Real talk: the thought of having kids is probably the most terrifying thing in the world. Not the whole taking care of them and stuff, that will be lovely, but the actual having them. The horror stories you hear about ripping and splitting is enough to make our vajays shrivel up and never come out again.
And it turns out celebs are no different. No money and fame in the world can change that baby’s mind of how it’s coming out. And these famous faces got SUPER real about their experience...
BUT FIRST, THESE ARE THE REALITY STAR PREGNANCIES WE DID NOT SEE COMING....
The new mum to Stormi Webster opened up about her body post-birth in a YouTube video with her BFF Jordyn Woods. She said: “My boobs are definitely three times the size, which bothers me. I have stretch marks on my boobs. My stomach isn't the same, my waist isn't the same, my butt's bigger, my thighs are bigger. It's just a change. Honestly, I'm finding that I have to change my style a little, because nothing in my closet fits me from before."
Transformers' Megan admitted that her original birth plan included no drugs for pain until she started having contractions. She told Access Hollywood: "It was level orange alert pain. It hurts so bad. It was so intense. And I thought I was going be really tough and make it but the first contraction that I got was horrific!"
Fans of Keeping Up The Kardashian will remember the total boss move Kourt pulled during her daughter Penelope’s birth - the reality star literally pulled her from her own body. She told Us Weekly: "[Penelope] was coming out, and I was thinking, 'I should pull her.' With Mason, I had no idea I was going to do that. This time, I thought, 'This is what I'm supposed to do.'"
It was reported that the supermodel told her then-husband Orlando Bloom that he wasn’t allowed to leave the room to go to the bathroom during the birth of their son Flynn. She told InStyle Australia: "I actually thought I was going to die at one point and left my body. I was looking down on myself, the pain was so intense."
According to Mariah’s ex Nick Cannon, she remained super concerned with her lighting even while pushing out twins. He told The Talk: "It was definitely over the top. I was the production manager of the whole production. I was the DJ. I had the camera on one hand. The lighting had to be perfect. My wife was like, 'If you've got a camera, you make sure the lighting is right.'"
The Hills star admitted that the pain she felt was like nothing she could have imagined, with the reality babe telling People: “The pain was like nothing I've ever experienced. It was so painful but a different kind of pain — because I knew we were going to meet our son. It was worth every minute and I'll do it again."
Her sister Kylie might have a few body complaints since giving borth but it seems Kim is the opposite. She told The Huffington Post: "The first thing I did was go and look at my vagina in the mirror. It looks better-looking than before."
After J Lo had her twins she revealed she noticed the difference in her stomach almost immediately. She told Us Weekly: "I remember my flabby belly hanging out right after I gave birth. I kind of laughed and said to Marc [Anthony], 'Look, baby! Isn't this crazy?' I just didn't care.”
The Hills star has been super open about having a baby and even started her own YouTube series called I Love My Baby But... She admitted on her channel: “Having a vaginal delivery changes everything down there and that’s just something that’s really not discussed. Like what it’s actually going to do and that there’s a really long recovery afterwards. It’s painful and uncomfortable and along with having to take care of a newborn, you also have a whole other situation to take care of."
And now, meet the Geordie Shore parents...