‘Wonder if I can do this to my body after the baby?’ Pregnant Lauren Goodger shares svelte throwback snap and muses over her postpartum figure
She is expecting her first child with boyfriend Charles Drury.
And Lauren Goodger is already starting to consider how her body will look after she gives birth as she shared a svelte throwback snap to her Instagram on Friday.
The former TOWIE star, 34, who famously lost four stone back in 2015, showed off her slim frame as she posed with a friend in the snap alongside the caption: ‘Wonder if I can do this to my body after the baby’.
Goals: Lauren Goodger is already starting to consider how her body will look after she gives birth as she shared a svelte throwback snap to her Instagram on Friday
Lauren lost the amazing amount of weight over six months leading to the release of her wildly successful workout DVD back in December 2015, and on Saturday she was looking back on the time fondly.
The beauty wowed in a low cut black lace top and tight black trousers as she enjoyed a night out with her glamorous pals in the old picture.
Lauren continued yo-yo dieting after the success of her DVD and last year she revealed lockdown romps were the reason she had lost weight since meeting Charles – with the romps have now resulted in baby joy.
The stunner, who is now 22 weeks pregnant, is clearly keen to return to a slim size.
Blooming: She is expecting her first child with boyfriend Charles Drury
It comes as it’s been reported that Lauren is considering a water birth rather than the conventional alternative of giving birth in a hospital bed.
Lauren thinks having a water birth would help her have the ‘calmest labour for herself and her baby’.
A water birth is when the pregnant woman is in a birthing pool filled with warm water for at least part of their labour, delivery, or both.
It can take place in a hospital or at home with medical staff on hand to help the woman deliver their baby.
Lauren took to Instagram stories to ask mums who have had a water birth what their experience was like.
Svelte: Lauren famously lost weight for her fitness DVD in 2015
She wrote: ‘Been thinking about a water birth has anyone had one? DM me would to chat about how you found it?’
A source told MailOnline: ‘Lauren is taking her birth really seriously having seen other people having water births and thinks it could be for her.
‘She thinks it seems calming and wants the calmest labour for her and her baby.’
Earlier this month, Lauren and beau Charles, 23, beamed with happiness as they proudly showed off their 20- week ultrasound scan.
Lauren described pregnancy as a ‘beautiful journey’ and gushed how she ‘can’t wait to meet our little one’.
Wow: Lauren continued yo-yo dieting after the success of her DVD, yet last year she revealed lockdown romps were the reason she had lost weight since meeting Charles – although the romps have now resulted in baby joy
Lauren and Charles, 23, donned matching ‘Mummy’ and ‘Daddy’ loungewear sets in the picture which showed the builder holding up the ultrasound scan for the camera.
The reality star captioned the post: ‘So happy to see our baby at 20 weeks scan all healthy and growing strong! 5 months pregnant today and I can’t wait to meet our little one half way now .. a beautiful journey.’
Lauren later shared a close-up of the ultrasound along with a poll asking her followers if they wanted her to do a gender reveal.
Just last month, Lauren admitted that she found the first three months of her pregnancy ‘quite difficult’ due to sickness and nausea.
During an Instagram Q&A, she answered questions about her journey into motherhood, including her baby’s name, a gender reveal and plans for labour.
Plans: It comes as it’s been reported that Lauren is considering a water birth rather than the conventional alternative of giving birth in a hospital bed
She also responded to criticism regarding her decision to share her private life online, as she teased a potential return to reality TV.
Lauren said: ‘[I] Found it quite difficult for the first three months. It’s just over as well and it’s just starting to get better so yeah, just tired still, but not the sickness.’
Later on, she elaborated on her feelings of nausea: ‘I felt very, very sick but wasn’t actually sick all the time. I have been sick a few times, or just had the feeling, I would rather have been sick because it’s a mental release.’
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