Linda Robson claims her body had ‘been through a war’ post pregnancy
Loose Women panellist Linda Robson candidly opened up about her post-pregnancy body during Wednesday’s show.
During the episode on ITV, the ladies were speaking about how people’s bodies change once they’ve given birth.
Longtime host Denise Welch said: “Let’s not forget that your fufu is never quite the same again!
“Let’s be honest, let’s not beat around the bush, no pun intended.”
As the live audience burst into laughter and erupted into applause over Denise’s quip, Linda started to speak about her own experience after birth.
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She said: “I remember after I had Lauren getting a mirror and having a look at down below.
“It looked like I’d been through a war! It was completely savaged.”
Hearing Linda’s frank confession, the panel started to laugh as Denise put her hand over her mouth to contain her giggles.
However, guest panellist Joanna Page offered some advice to the women watching and the audience.
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She added: “I don’t think it matters which kind of birth you have. If you have a caesarean or a natural delivery, it presses down on your pelvic floor anyway. So tip for you ladies, do your pelvic floor exercises.”
Linda shares her eldest child Lauren with her ex-partner Tony Tyler and later went on to have two more children.
The Loose Women star is also mother to Roberta and Louis Dunford.
However, it’s recently been reported Linda and Mark Dunford have split as she told the panel last week she doesn’t need a partner.
She said: “I feel like I don’t really need a partner to love me. I’ve got my children, my grandchildren, my sisters and my friends.
“I’m looking for affection, not an erection!”
Loose Women continues weekdays on ITV from 12.30pm.
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