Ali Landry Says She Will Not Be on a Magazine Cover After Her Baby Comes

The model appears camera shy now that she has some baby weight.

Jul 5 2013, 8:29am CDT | by

Ali Landry Says She Will Not Be on a Magazine Cover After Her Baby Comes
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She’s appeared in her fair share of magazines, but former model Ali Landry won’t be caught on their covers showing off her postpartum body after baby arrives. “It’s frustrating for me when I see moms in Hollywood on a magazine three months after having a baby in a swimsuit. It’s really just not realistic for most moms,” Landry, 39, says in The Bump‘s August issue.

“For me, personally, it takes nine months to put on that weight and it really takes nine months to take it off.” People reports. But while the mom-to-be — she’s due with a baby boy in July — isn’t in a rush to regain her famous figure, Landry is still making an effort to maintain her sense of style with her maternity fashions. We wish her and her new addition all the best.

 
 
 

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