‘I didn’t care how I looked’: Lucy Mecklenburgh reveals she didn’t feel any pressure to snap back after putting on 4.5 stone during pregnancy  

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Lucy Mecklenburg has admitted that she didn’t feel the pressure of losing her post-baby body to four and a half stones during her pregnancy with Roman.

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The former TOWIE star, 30, who welcomed her 19-month-old son with fiancé Ryan Thomas, 37, revealed last March that she felt happy embracing her new curves as she tweaked her body to recover. had left.

‘When I was pregnant, I was in such a happy bubble. I actually put on 4 1/2, and I thought: “I don’t think I’ll ever be the same size I used to be, but I really didn’t bother,’ she said. Sun.

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‘I didn’t care how I looked’: Lucy Mecklenburg reveals she felt no pressure to go back after she was 4.5 stoned during pregnancy

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‘Then when I had Roman, I thought: “Six to eight weeks and I’ll be back in my workouts and eat well.”

‘But I was angry so I didn’t want to. I had to leave my body to recover and I didn’t care what I looked like. After six months, I started doing some light workouts and eating better, but now I train in a very different way than I did before Roman.”

Lucy reveals how she focuses on ‘low-impact’ workouts these days while taking care of her mind, as opposed to her old ways of ‘getting over it’ and ‘getting lean’.

Looking good: The 30-year-old former TOWIE star, who welcomed her 19-month-old son with fiancé Ryan Thomas, 37, reveals she took pleasure in embracing her newfound curves (pictured in August)

Looking good: The 30-year-old former TOWIE star, who welcomed her 19-month-old son with fiancé Ryan Thomas, 37, reveals she took pleasure in embracing her newfound curves (pictured in August)

This comes after he revealed Roman He was taken to intensive care and placed on a ventilator after he was found ‘blue in his cot’.

The influencer took to Instagram last month to tell fans about the health scare and admitted that she Ryan “can never fully recover”.

Roman spent almost a week in intensive care – it is not known what caused his illness – but his parents confirmed he is now safe and sound at home.

The scare: This comes after she revealed that Roman was taken to intensive care and placed on a ventilator after being found 'blue in his cot' (Lucy's fiancée Ryan pictured in the hospital with Roman it was done)

The scare: This comes after she revealed that Roman was taken to intensive care and placed on a ventilator after being found ‘blue in his cot’ (Lucy’s fiancée Ryan pictured in the hospital with Roman it was done)

Lucy wrote: ‘As some of you may have noticed we haven’t been on social media lately. Exactly a week ago I found Roman in his cot blue – probably every parent’s worst nightmare.

‘Without going into two detail it ended Roman being transferred to St Mary’s in London and placed on a ventilator.

‘Thankfully we are all at home now and Roman is back to his cheeky nature.’

Lucy said the experience inspired her to join a charity for sick children and the hospital where Roman was taken.

NARRATION: The Influencer took to Instagram last month to open up about the health scare to fans and admit that Ryan 'can never fully recover'

Statement: The Influencer took to Instagram last month to open up about the health scare to fans and admit that Ryan ‘can never fully recover’

Ryan wrote: 'No words can describe how grateful we are to have our little boy safe at home after spending almost a week in intensive care'

Ryan wrote: ‘No words can describe how grateful we are to have our little boy safe at home after spending almost a week in intensive care’

She wrote: ‘I am eternally grateful to Basildon Hospital, the CATS team (Children Action Transport Services) St Mary’s London PICU and the Ambulance Service for arriving so early to Cosmic Charity (Caring for Infants and Children in Intensive Care).

‘I would love to do something in return and help other sick children and their families. I want to help with the area of ​​the new children’s garden at Basildon Hospital as it is unusable at the moment and I know it will bring great joy to the children.

She continued: ‘I want to support Cosmic Charity with a donation from our side, and make a promise that I will support this charity as much as I can in the future.

‘If you would be generous enough to support this incredible charity, I have a Just Giving page in my bio, which would mean the world to me and this cause if you donated.

Giving back: Lucy said the experience has inspired her to join charities for sick children and the hospital where Roman was taken

Giving back: Lucy said the experience has inspired her to join charities for sick children and the hospital where Roman was taken

‘The Cosmic Charity raises vital funds for the Children’s Intensive Care Unit at St Mary’s Hospital in London, which was moved to Roman when Basildon Hospital simply couldn’t do much more for…

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