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People Are Hating On Meghan Markle for Cradling Her Baby Bump

Can we just leave the poor pregnant royal alone?!

Eva Longoria Is Adding Intense Weight Training to Her Post-Pregnancy Workouts

Five months after giving birth, she's ready for something more.

One Woman Shares All the Unexpected Ways Pregnancy Can Change Your Body

"You may not recognize your own body anymore, but you need to give it time."

This Mom Wrote a Letter to Herself About Loving Her Body One Year After Giving Birth

In it, she shared what she’s learned about keeping her self-love journey on track.

Why Tone It Up's Katrina Scott Says She Prefers Her Post-Pregnancy Body

She says she wouldn't go back to her pre-pregnancy body if given the choice.

This Influencer Opened Up About the Decision to Get Her Implants Removed and Breastfeed

Emily Nolan explained why she went through with an explant surgery—and why she's happy she did.

Amy Schumer Announces She's Pregnant with First Child with Husband Chris Fischer

And the award for the most creative pregnancy announcement goes to...

Ritual Just Launched a New "Essential Prenatal" Vitamin Subscription

Are these convenient, delivered vitamins the healthiest way to go?

How Kate Upton Is Staying Fit During Pregnancy and the One Workout She Can't Wait to Do Again

But the fit mom-to-be is already talking about upping her strength training after birth.

Keira Knightley Just Wrote a Powerful, Candid Essay About What It's Really Like to Give Birth

And she's not afraid to say that our societal expectations of new mothers are pretty effed up.

4 Ways You Need to Change Your Workout When You Get Pregnant

You don't have to stop working out, but you do need to make some tweaks.

How Carrie Underwood Is Working Out During Her Pregnancy

She's slightly modified her existing routine.

Pregnant Carrie Underwood Reveals She Suffered 3 Miscarriages In 2 Years

She opened up about her fertility struggles during the past few years.

Is Eating Your Placenta Really Beneficial or Is It Actually Dangerous?

"Placentophagy" might be common among the A-list crowd, but is the controversial (and semi-icky) practice actually safe?

James Van Der Beek Shares Why We Need Another Term for "Miscarriage" In a Powerful Post

"'Miscarriage,' in an insidious way, suggests fault for the mother."