Jessie J opens up about difficulties of motherhood as she admits she hasn’t ‘slept in three days’
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Jessie J has opened up about the difficulties of motherhood in a relatable post after welcoming her first child earlier this year.
Taking to her Instagram Stories today (3 August), Jessie J confessed she had never been so tired in ‘all her life’ after not sleeping for three days.
Alongside a video of her son resting, the ‘Domino’ singer wrote: “Legit haven’t slept in three days. Daddy away so all me. And he has turned into a snoring gremlin clarinet. Help.
“I have never been this tired in all my life. Hugging all the mums and dads doing it alone right now. Delusional, exhausted and doing your best. You the MVP.”
Jessie J also joked about a blunder she made because of her lack of snooze time, adding: “I just put the bottle down and fed him the lid. Nope.”
On Tuesday (1 August) Jessie J hit back at people commenting on her postpartum body on social media.
Taking to Instagram Stories, the ‘Bang Bang’ hit-maker shared a direct response to body shamers who were pointing out how her body had changed since giving birth.
“Couple of people have said to me, ‘I bet you can’t wait to get your body back," she wrote, before adding a rolling eyes emoji.
“I don’t want to go back,” she declared. “That body is gone. I want my body to go forward. I’m getting my body forward.”
In a powerful messages directed to her 13.6 million followers, Jessie J - whose real name is Jessica Cornish - shared an ode to self-love and encouraged her supporters to nurture healthy relationships with their bodies.
“That’s the vibe ladies,” she wrote at the end of her post. “Embrace that bowddddddy!”
Jessie J announced the birth of her son, who she shares with her boyfriend Chanan Safir Colman, in May.
At the time, she gushed: "The feeling is indescribable. I am flying in love. He is magic. He is all my dreams come true."
The singer previously opened up about spending ‘nine months prepping for a natural birth’ before being told to ‘have a planned C-section for the safest birth’.