Hot Mama! Blake Lively Lost a 61 Lbs. She Gained During Pregnancy: ‘Feeling Very Proud’

Blake Lively’s stats: mom of two, owners of six-pack abs.

The actress, 30, showed off her newly-ripped physique after 14 months of tough work with her trainer, Don Saladino, to mislay a weight she gained during her final pregnancy.

“Turns out we can’t mislay a 61 lbs. we gained during pregnancy by only scrolling by Instagram and wondering since we don’t demeanour like all a bikini models,” Lively joked on Instagram. “Thanks @donsaladino for kickin my A double S into shape. 10 months to gain, 14 months to lose. Feeling unequivocally proud.”

Lively is mom to daughters James, 3, and Inez, 16 months, with husband Ryan Reynolds. After her pregnancy with James, she felt like her physique was different, though she was fine with that.

“After we had a child we thought, ‘Okay, this is what my physique looks like. This is extraordinary — we warranted this body,’ ” she pronounced in 2016. “‘And it’s not as good as it was before we had a kid, but, oh well.’ ”

But afterwards Lively fast jumped into sharpened The Shallows, and had to be in surfer figure within 10 months, that she pronounced was a “nice advantage.”

“I’ve never been in that good a figure in my whole life,” she said. “So to do it after carrying a child was indeed unequivocally nice. Because we see your physique after carrying a child and it’s pleasing since we only gave birth, though it’s also ‘Oh my god, this is not what my physique looks like.’ You feel like you’re never going to get your physique behind again.”

Lively also worked with Saladino forward of The Shallows, and followed a despotic gluten- and soy-free diet.

“I did no gluten and no soy,” she said. “Once we mislay soy, we comprehend you’re eating no processed foods. So that’s fundamentally what we did. No processed dishes and afterwards operative out. [It] seems like, ‘Oh, that’s unequivocally easy to cut that out,’ though afterwards we realize, there’s soy in everything. Like, all we eat, there is soy in it. Even if it’s healthy, Whole Foods-organic stuff, there’s always soy in it.”

But luckily, Lively didn’t have to cut out all delicious.

“I was still means to have sugarine and all of those things. It’s all in moderation. You only have a change of protein, carbs, and vegetables. And it wasn’t a worst. Like, we was eating rice and sushi.”