Maren Morris is proud of her post-baby body.
On Saturday April 3, the 30-year-old country star delivered an empowering, body-positive message to new moms on Instagram.
“I never say ‘try to get my body back’ again. Nobody took it, I didn’t lose it like a set of keys, ”Morris said captioned the photos, one in a bra and underwear and another of her- even exercising with a Bosu training ball.
“The pressure we put on mothers to recover is overwhelming and deeply embarrassing. You are and always have been a badass f-king. And yes, I am proud, ”she added.
Morris and her husband Ryan Hurd welcomed their first child, a son named Hayes, on March 23, 2020.
The “My Church” singer decided not to share her son’s photos on social media after facing severe trolls on mothers and on the internet.
“I should just say to anyone who is a mother who shames another mother, it obviously comes, I think, probably from a deep insecurity in your own motherhood that you have to criticize someone else who is particularly new to it. this area, ”she told Andy Cohen in an episode of Watch what is happening live in July. “And we all feel like we suck at first anyway. I’m just going to say, I’m going to be a little more private about it. “
Back in 2019, Morris said Playboy that she’s never afraid to cheer on trolls and body shamers online.
“Every time I spoke or applauded a troll, it was really me,” the singer told the publication. “I won’t come back to any of this, because they deserved it. Body shamers? They ask. I would never regret calling them.”
“I should be allowed to speak when I’m passionate about something. It’s always to raise awareness. It’s to let my fans know where I am. I don’t want to be one of those head-in-the-sand artists who only care about keeping the money in my pocket, ”she continued. “I only have one life here, and if I want to be a musician and do this thing that I got a gift for, I want people to know what I believe in. what i want is the world i want my kids to live in. That’s why I speak up when I do. It definitely ruffles the feathers. Few country artists express themselves.