Sonam Kapoor, a beloved Bollywood actress, has impressed everyone with her acting skills. Recently, she embraced motherhood, and admirably juggles her personal and professional life, while taking care of son Vayu. Sonam is an inspiration for new mothers, sharing insights on shedding post-pregnancy weight and regaining confidence. In a recent mirror selfie posted on her Instagram stories, Sonam showcased her remarkable weight loss.

The clip featured Sonam posing in her bedroom, dressed in all-black athleisure wear—black tights paired with a sports bra. She confidently flaunted her flat tummy and curves. Accompanying the video, the “Blind” actress wrote, “What a wow..20 kgs down..6 more to go.”

Sonam Kapoor has been transparent about her post-pregnancy journey on social media. In a recent post showcasing her in a stunning lehenga, she shared her experience, stating, “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.”
Reflecting on the challenges of 2023, which she described as a roller coaster ride, Sonam acknowledged accepting the changes that accompany parenthood. She revealed facing challenges such as her husband falling seriously ill, enduring a three-month period of uncertainty until a correct diagnosis and recovery, relocating talent agencies, and moving homes multiple times.

Sonam Kapoor’s journey serves as an inspiration for many, emphasizing the importance of gradual and consistent self-care instead of resorting to extreme diets and workouts. Her candid sharing on social media resonates with new mothers, portraying the realities and triumphs of post-pregnancy life.

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