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Even “The Body” Elle Macpherson has struggled with feeling pressure to drop the post-baby weight in just three weeks, following the birth of her first child Arpad Flynn.

Opening up to expectant mum, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, 30, in an interview for Harper’s Bazaar, the 53-year-old said: ‘I was not a good example.’

Speaking of the pressures many women, including herself, have faced in dropping the baby weight quickly, Elle told Rosie: ‘If I could give advice to any woman having a baby it’s to take your time.’

‘I was not a good example because I did all that (shedding the weight quickly) for my first child (Flynn) and within three weeks I was back to normal.

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‘It was not a healthy way of doing it. I wouldn’t do that again and I certainly didn’t do it for my second baby (Aurelius Cy),’ Elle continued.

The veteran supermodel urged Rosie to shed her baby weight slowly, and that in the grand scheme a few extra months won’t make a difference, shared Daily Mail.

Victoria’s Secret model Rosie, who is eagerly awaiting the birth of her first child with fiancé Jason Statham, 49.

Yesterday we shared a story on how Mum’s were divided over Hi 5, Lauren Brant’s, post baby shot, read that HERE.

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  • times have changed and the focus seems to be on more realistic approaches towards things. curvy is allowed now and not looked down on as much as it used to be.

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  • Unless you have a full time nanny you won’t have the energy to lose all your baby weight in the first 3 weeks.

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  • I have never felt any pressure to conform to anyone else’s opinions or follow anyone else’s ideas on body image and weight.

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  • Although I don’t know Elle Macpherson, what she says here is wise.

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  • You may lose a little weight with rushing about but oyur skin won’t shrink back into shape that quickly.

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  • Personally I’ve never felt compelled to follow trends and fads.

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