Pauleen Luna flaunts ‘pre-baby body’: ‘Not doing this for my husband’
Pauleen Luna is finally back into shape three years after giving birth, stressing she did not lose weight for her husband Vic Sotto.
“Hello, self! Good to see you again. Back to my pre-baby body (after [three] years),” the “Eat Bulaga” host said on her Instagram page on Sunday, June 6. She can also be seen in a series of photos showing off her toned figure.
Luna admitted that while it took her three years to get back to her desired weight, she only started to take her fitness journey seriously in February.
“Boy am I glad I did! Lots of [hard work] and discipline but I’m happy that I was able to get back on track even if it took a long time!” she stated. Luna noted that she will continue living a healthy lifestyle and encouraged fellow mothers to take their time in achieving their “pre-baby body.”
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Several netizens complimented Luna for getting back into shape, with one @merlinitajagurin telling the TV host to maintain a healthy figure so she can get Sotto’s attention.
“Sige lagi kang magpaganda para [sa’yo] na lang [attention] ng mister mo. Pero sana ‘yung pagpapaganda mo para sa mister mo lang,” the netizen told Luna. (Go ahead, make yourself beautiful so your husband’s attention is always on you. But I hope your efforts to be pretty are only for your husband.)
Luna responded to the netizen and emphasized that she lost weight so she can live a long, healthy life. She added that she is not making an effort to look pretty for any man’s attention.
“Thanks for the concern but I’m doing this for myself. I wanna be strong and healthy so I can live a long life for my family,” she said. “Not doing this for my husband’s attention or for any guy’s for that matter.”
Luna and Sotto tied the knot in 2016, after confirming their relationship in 2013. The couple welcomed their daughter Talitha Maria, known as Tali, in November 2017. JB
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