Updated January 4th, 2024 at 12:44 IST
Sonam Kapoor opens up about her postpartum journey: Without crash diets and crazy workouts...
Sonam Kapoor tied the knot with Anand Ahuja in 2018. The couple welcomed their first child, a son, Vayu two years later in August 2020.
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Sonam Kapoor took to her social media account to share a series of photos of herself in a golden-hued lehenga. The actress shared the photos along with a caption on how she got her body back after delivering her son Vayu Kapoor Ahuja in August 2020. The actress tied the knot with her long-time boyfriend Anand Ahuja in 2018 and the couple welcomed their first son two years later.
Sonam Kapoor reveals she did not opt for crash diets, crazy workouts after childbirth
On January 4, Sonam Kapoor took to her Instagram account to share a series of photos of herself in a golden lehenga. The actress posed for the photographs in an intimate living room setup. Along with the photos she shared how being a woman is a ‘wonderous thing’ as she penned how she got back to her normal body postpartum.
Sharing the photos, Sonam wrote in the caption, “It’s taken me 16 months to feel like myself again. Slowly steadily without any crash diets and crazy workouts just consistent self-care and baby care. I’m not there yet but almost where I want to be.. still very very grateful for my body and how incredible it has been. Being a woman is a wondrous thing.”
Sonam Kapoor shares glimpses of her ‘rollercoaster’ like 2023
At the onset of the new year, Sonam Kapoor took to her Instagram account to share a glimpse of the past year. The actress shared a video montage featuring her time with her husband, son and friends. She penned a note expressing gratitude for her loved ones and also opened up about her husband’s ill health during the year. She wrote, “The last year has been a roller coaster. Coming to accept the fact that we are parents and all the joys and fears that come with it. Understanding that I had changed drastically emotionally, physically and spiritually and that comes with pain, acceptance and eventually exhilaration. Then dealing with my Husband falling very sick which no doctor could diagnose and eventually finding out what it was and him recovering completely( it was three months of hell and thank you God and Dr Sarin) Moving talent agencies and moving out and into new homes 4 times! Starting work again while supporting my husband in his work and his exponential growth at work, while trying to spend time with my precious family and incredible friends has been the most tough, amazing, fulfilling and enriching year.”
She concluded the note by hoping that the next year also has its ‘ups and downs’. She prayed for peace and love in 2024.
Published January 4th, 2024 at 12:44 IST