The Love Don’t Cost a Thing star shares two children, daughter Violet and sons Kenna and Isaiah, with ex-husband The Dream and partner Matt Pokora, respectively. While pregnant with her youngest child, the actress showed her Instagram followers her budding belly’s progress, even posing in multiple bikinis during a Mauritius vacation.
“This is the life,” the New Jersey native captioned a January 2021 Instagram slideshow with her stomach on display.
The Grandfathered alum gave birth to baby No. 3 three months later, writing via Instagram: “Kenna, Welcome to the world baby boy! Wow, What an adventure we’ve been on since the day he was conceived! I thank God every day for blessing me with his super active energy (wonder where he gets it from?) and now to meet our healthy baby boy?! Thankful. Blessed. Now it’s party of 5 baby! Thank you my @mattpokora for being the best partner/dad/ best friend a woman could ask for. You’re a king in my eyes.”
While the singer “worried” about her postpartum body, she told Page Six in January 2022 that her exercise regimen makes getting in shape “easier.”
Milian explained at the time: “I always kept fitness in mind prior to getting pregnant. And then I continued a simple fitness routine that really helped, so that once I had the babies, it’s been a lot easier for me to get back in shape.”
As for Kurková, the model is the mother of Tobin, Noah and Luna with husband Archie Drury. Not only did the former Victoria’s Secret Angel announce her third pregnancy in December 2020 with a nude maternity shoot, but she continued showing her bump via Instagram.
“Fun in the sun,” the Czechoslovakia native captioned March 2021 bikini photos. “Just the two of us.”
Ahead of welcoming Luna, the actress wrote in a Glamour essay about “lov[ing] what happens” to her body while expecting, referring to it as “beautiful, feminine and [sensual].”
Kurková gushed, “When I give birth and when I’m pregnant, I really feel like a woman. It’s like, ‘Wow. I can do that. I’m so strong. I pushed this, I carried this, I’m breastfeeding this, I’m giving this person life.’ It’s a Wonder Woman feeling. And it’s your right to enjoy that. Celebrate it. Document it. Frame it.”