Kimberley Walsh's post-pregnancy 'achievement'
Kimberley Walsh felt like it was an "achievement" fitting into her 'Strictly Come Dancing' outfit just six months after giving birth to son Bobby
Kimberley Walsh felt like it was an "achievement" fitting into her 'Strictly Come Dancing' outfit.
The former Girls Aloud singer appeared in a group dance on 'The People's Strictly For Comic Relief' and was amazed when she fit into the jumpsuit she wore two years ago, when she took part in the show, after recently giving birth to six-month-old Bobby.
She said: "I was really pleased that I managed to squeeze into the jumpsuit I wore for my show dance in the final of 'Strictly' a couple of years ago.
"To fit into it six months after giving birth felt like a bit of achievement. I'm not going to lie, the material is stretchy, but I guess my waist isn't miles away from how it was before I had Bobby."
The 33-year-old singer has insisted she hasn't been doing much exercise but instead thinks her weight loss is down to eating right.
Writing in her column for OK! magazine, she said: "Apart from walking, I haven't actually started exercising yet. I think my weight loss has been down to eating sensibly and breastfeeding.
"Also I used to graze while I was watching telly late at night, but now I go to bed so early because of Bobby that I'll eat my dinner and that'll be it - so I'm snacking less."