LOOK: Maggie Wilson shows off hot mama body
Maggie Wilson must be every woman’s envy simply because of her oozingly sexy physique, something that she has been able to maintain, even after her pregnancy.
The former actress and beauty queen definitely stands for every girl’s “body goals,” as her fit figure does not seem to show any trace of her pregnancy in 2012.
Looking at her Instagram feed, her page is filled with hot bikini photos, and she seems certainly ready for summer.
In 2011, this mother-of-one launched her own swimsuit line, which she designs herself.
In a recent interview with Smart Parenting, she admitted to have gained 48 pounds after her pregnancy. But with her serious efforts to get back in shape, just four months after giving birth, she was back in her sexy swimsuits.
In a interview with Philippine Entertainment Portal, she said that maintaining such a figure demands discipline and hard work. The Philippines’ Next Top Model host said, “Well, if you [want] to look like this, it’s something that everyone should understand that I don’t wake up [to], you know, the next day to look like this.”
“I think what a lot of moms forget is that sometimes they let themselves go,” she was quoted in the report. “And when they do let themselves go, they end up becoming unhappy.”
The stunner said she is flattered when people compliment her about not looking like a mom at all. In addition to her workouts and healthy eating habits, she runs marathons with her triathlete husband, real estate magnate Victor Consunji. JB
6 years married and 8 years together.. We planned a day of spa treatments, massages and a romantic dinner.. instead, I had the worst migraine ever.. ended up staying in the room sleeping because of my meds and having room service for dinner! As long as we’re together that’s all that matters! To many more shared victories, adventures, fights and make ups! I love you! Happy Anniversary my love @victorconsunji ❤️
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