Selma Blair: "I Haven't Lost Any Post-Baby Weight"

Celebrity Moms Sep. 14, 2011 AT 7:26PM
Selma Blair: "I Haven't Lost Any Post-Baby Weight" Credit: Michael Tran/FilmMagic

This mama can't be bothered with weight drama.

After giving birth to her son Arthur Saint Bleick in July, Selma Blair didn't have time to hit the gym. Instead, she hit the ground running for the press junket of her latest film, Dark Horse.

"I actually haven't lost any weight since the day I left the hospital," the star told to Us Weekly at the J. Mendel fashion show in NYC Wednesday. "I still weigh the exact same number. I haven't really been focusing on that at all, because I've been running around to different things like Toronto [International Film Festival] and Venice [Film Festival].

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The 39-year-old actress stepped out onto the red carpet in Italy just five weeks after welcoming her 7 lbs, 12 oz.-son into the world July 25. Her most recent wardrobe hits include a form-fitting green Roland Mouret dress, a floor-length red Lanvin gown, and the black, embroidered J. Mendel number she wore Wednesday.

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So what's the actress' secret to maintaining her amazing post-baby bod, sans gym?

"I've been following Alicia Silverstone's The Kind Diet," said Blair. "It helps with my clarity and endurance. In a few weeks I think I'll start getting into [the gym] when things slow down a bit -- it'll be Pilates in L.A.!"

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Arthur is the first child for Blair and her beau, fashion designer Jason Bleick.

"Arthur is wonderful!" the proud mama gushed to Us. "I'm one of those people that shows off pictures on their iPhone, which I never thought! But he's so great traveling with me and daddy."

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