Mom-to-be Kajal Aggarwal hits back at 'self-absorbed morons' for body-shaming her, says 'process of birthing is a celebration we are privileged to experience'


Kajal Aggarwal is expecting her first child with her husband Gautam Kitchlu this year. The celebrity couple announced the good news on January 1. Mom-to-be Kajal is currently enjoying her maternity break and is busy preparing for the arrival of her little one. As the actress is experiencing physical changes, trolls targetted her for her 'weight gain'. Hitting back at trolls for body-shaming her, Kajal penned a beautiful note on motherhood on Instagram.

"I’ve been dealing with the most amazing new developments in my life, my body, my home and most importantly my workplace. Additionally, certain comments/ body shaming messages/ memes don’t really help :) let’s learn to be kind and if that’s too hard, maybe, just live and let live! Here are a few of my thoughts for all those who are going through similar life situations and need to read this and most definitely the self-absorbed morons who just don’t seem to understand," Kajal wrote.    

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She further added, "During pregnancy, our bodies go through several changes, including weight gain!! Hormonal changes cause our stomach and breasts to get larger as the baby grows and our body prepares for nursing. Some might develop stretch marks where our body gets larger. Sometimes our skin will break out with acne. We may also be much more tired than usual and have mood swings more often. A negative mood may make us more likely to have unhealthy or negative thoughts about our bodies."

Kajal shared, "Also, after giving birth, we may take a while to get back to the way we were before, or may never completely return to the way we looked before pregnancy. And THATS OK.
These changes are NATURAL and while we are struggling to cope with all the new additions to our lives, (especially the anticipation of the arrival of our tiny little humans) we don’t need to feel abnormal, we don’t need to fit in a box or a stereotype and we don’t need to be made uncomfortable or pressurised during the most beautiful, miraculous and precious phase of our lives! We must remember that the whole process of birthing a little infant, is a celebration that we are privileged to experience."

Concluding the note, she wrote, "Below are some points that I regularly practice that help me cope with my undefined feelings. Hope this post helps those in this wonderful phase, along with me.
Sending you all my love."

(Source: Instagram)