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Celebrity fitness trainer Tiff Hall has been praised for sharing 'raw' pics of her body and breastfeeding just days after giving birth.
The 37-year-old Aussie star welcomed her second child, a daughter Vada, on May 30.
And days later, the proud mum showed off her baby in a series of gorgeous shots.
In one, the new mum is wearing just her underwear as she kisses her brand new bundle of joy who is wrapped in a cute pink blanket.
The Instagram photos attracted scores of comments from Tiff’s fans, with many praising the star for being “raw” and “real” .
“Love the raw, realness of this pic you are fantastic Tiff,” one said.
Another wrote: “So lovely seeing what it’s really like, thank you for sharing with us."
And another said: "So beautiful thanks for sharing the real authentic truth."
Tiff was also breastfeeding her baby in a beautifully natural, make-up free shot.
And she opened up about the difficulties of the “fourth trimester”, referring to the first few months after giving birth.
"Home from hospital with Vada. Juggling post partum recovery, nurturing the sibling relationship so no one feels left out, sleep deprivation and feeding,” she wrote.
“Let the 4th trimester begin. The washing can wait! Any tips?”
The 26-year-old, who rose to fame on Australia's The Biggest Loser, made history by becoming the first woman to show off her baby bump on the cover of Women's Health Australia.
Tiff said she felt “honoured and empowered to be the first pregnant woman to ever grace a @womenshealthaus magazine cover”, writing it was once “taboo to show your bump”.
She gained 30kg (around 4.7st) during her first pregnancy and chose to “take her time” regaining her figure.
“To be honest, I didn’t want to bounce back after having a baby,” Tiff told news.com.au in March 2019.
"Crash dieting and the damage it can have on the body and emotional and mental wellbeing is not good for new mums.”
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