TV couple Karanvir Bohra and his wife Teejay Sidhu are all set to welcome their third child after twin daughters Bella and Vienne. The two are brimming with joy with this second pregnancy and they feel that they didn't choose the kid but the baby chose them. Teejay also said in one of her Instagram posts saying that there is some higher purpose and hence, they have embraced these new changes. Nevertheless, as Teejay is looking radiant in her pregnancy glow, she recently informed that she was subjected to body shame. The actor's wife recently took to her Instagram account and shared a picture of her five months of pregnancy and mentioned that she is being called too skinny during her pregnancy.
However, she asserted that she cannot help it in this regard. She also explained how she used to get nausea and couldn't eat properly but now she eats well. While sharing her first trimester, she captioned it as, "People say I'm too skinny, that I should be heavier, especially since I'm expecting. (This is my 5 months pregnancy pic.) But for me, putting on has never been easy. And in the first trimester, I had terrible nausea, couldn't eat anything! (There was no 'pregnancy glow!') Now I eat properly, I've put on weight, but still, it only shows on my tummy."
She even shared advice to all the moms who are expecting, asking them to embrace the maternity body. That's not it, she exclaimed that there's no ideal weight till one eats healthy. "I'd tell any expecting Mom, whether you're the thin/heavy, embrace your maternity body. Don't overthink what you 'should' look like. As long as you are healthy, there is no 'ideal' weight. Every pregnancy body is different - love yours, just as it is" her note concluded.
After she shared this post, her husband/actor Karanvir Bohra also made a sweet comment saying, "You are beautiful, just the way you are" followed by a few heart emoticons.
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