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Pink shares an empowering message about post-baby weight: 'Stay off that scale'

Pink shares an empowering message about post-baby weight: 'Stay off that scale'

Pink isn't in any rush to lose weight following the birth of her son Jameson. The So What singer, who welcomed her baby boy in December, shared an empowering message with her fans on Instagram over the weekend, urging them not to focus on the scales.

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Posting a photo of herself in fitness gear with weights and an exercise ball in the background, Pink wrote: "Would you believe I'm 160 pounds and 5'3"? By 'regular standards' that makes me obese. I know I'm not at my goal or anywhere near it after Baby 2 but dammit I don't feel obese. The only thing I'm feeling is myself. Stay off that scale ladies!"


Pink gym photo© Photo: Instagram

Pink urged her followers to stay off the scales

Pink's body positive post received a great reaction from fans, with many thanking the singer for making women to feel better about themselves. "This is a wake up call to myself to be kind. You're changing negative thoughts as always," one commented. Another replied: "You are an inspiration. Thank you for your wise words."

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The 37-year-old welcomed Jameson, her second child with husband Carey Hart, at the end of December. Recently Pink delighted her followers by posting a photo of herself and the youngster smiling while baby Jameson rests his head on her shoulder. She has also shared a glimpse at family life with Carey, Jameson and their daughter Willow, five. "Family date night," she captioned a recent snap of her family together.

Pink family photo© Photo: Instagram

Pink shares daughter Willow, five, and Jameson, three months, with husband Carey Hart

Both Pink and Carey are smitten with their new arrival. Carey previously revealed to Peoplemagazine that he would love to have a baby boy to avoid "competition" for little Willow. "We got one princess, so hopefully we'll have a little guy coming," he said. I don't want any competition for my daughter. I'm nervous for what it's going to be."

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