Apparently, it’s not good enough.
All eyes were on Megan Gale when she stepped back out on to the David Jones stage this week.
The 39-year-old was admired by many as she graced the David Jones Autumn/Winter 2015 Collection Launch in Sydney in a Camilla and Marc outfit. She looked – as always – flawless.
But the Australian model has said that she hasn’t quite gotten back to her pre-baby body since having her son River (with partner Shaun) last year.
"I don't feel like I'm back to the way I was," she told Daily Mail Australia. "To be honest I haven't really had much time to focus on it. My priority has been more about looking after him."
Megan admitted that right now, it is the baby's routine that comes first while hers takes a back seat.
"I think once he gets to a stage where he's settled and I feel comfortable with that, then maybe I could kind of start to factor in more of a routine for myself but the routine for him has been the most important thing," she told Daily Mail Australia.
To be honest Megan, we'd have no complaints stepping out looking like this...
Megan also said that she's very much in love with her new son, and so the post-baby body routine isn't high on her priority list.
She is enjoying motherhood, but has admitted that she won't be having another one any time soon.
"No more on the way, not right now. I still feel like a new mum and I really want to enjoy my time with him right now,' Megan said.
She also said that she's been designing her next swimwear range - Isola swimwear and will be promoting her new film, Mad Max in the coming months - so it's a busy a year ahead for the new mum.
We just hope that Megan realises how incredible she looks. Because we definitely would not be complaining if we look half as good as her (pre-baby even).
Flaunt it Megan.
What do you think of all the hype around post-baby bodies?
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