Nikki and Brie Bella revealed their post-pregnancy bodies after giving birth earlier this month.
Nikki and Brie Bella on Their Post Baby Bodies
“I am so incredibly happy to finally be a Mama,” Nikki wrote alongside an image of her laying in bed. “It’s so important as mamas to take care of ourselves after birth and feel proud of our bodies and its strengths!”
She shared that she is a promotional partner with Frida Mom, who designed postpartum underwear. “Keeping this first-time mom as comfortable as possible and I didn’t have to steal the fishnet undies from the hospital lol,” she concluded.
“It’s been such a magical time✨,” Brie wrote along with an image of her cradling her belly. “After giving birth it’s essential to take care of yourself so you can take care of the new love in your life too! Recovery the second time around has been so different in a good way because I was way more prepared – thanks to @fridamom and especially their super comfortable and durable underwear for my C section scar. Let’s be proud of our bodies and be open and honest about the process so future moms can feel more prepared too!“
See the photos, below.
The Bella Twins’ Births
After announcing that they were both expecting back in January, their deliveries were just hours apart. Nikki and Brie gave birth just one day apart. Nikki and fiancee Artem Chigvintsev welcomed their baby boy, Matteo Artemovich, on July 31. Brie and husband Daniel Bryan welcomed their son, Buddy Dessert, on August 1.
“We’re lucky because [our hospital rooms] were right next to each other and I was just like, ‘My sister and I have been quarantined together and we’re identical twins. Can she come in?'” Brie recalled to People. “They said, ‘Okay, in the middle of the night, we’ll bring her, Artem and Matteo.'”
Nikki was originally due on August 6 but had to get induced by doctors due to high blood pressure. Ironically, her water broke while at her doctor’s office.
“Artem and I were so not prepared,” she revealed to the outlet”We barely had bags packed. I labored for 22 hours, and I pushed for two hours while wearing a mask because of COVID-19.”