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Entertainment Ashley Graham says being pregnant felt like "an alien was taking over" her body

07:05  02 june  2020
07:05  02 june  2020 Source:   cosmopolitan.com

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Ashley Graham has spoken about struggling with the changes to her body during pregnancy in her first photoshoot since the birth of her son Isaac in It really took me some time to figure it out mentally, because it was like there was an alien taking over my body ." She then detailed the birth, saying

Ashley Graham says her pregnancy felt like an ‘ alien ’ taking over her body . The supermodel and husband Justin Ervin welcomed their son Isaac on 18 January with a home Ashley first announced the news she was expecting in August last year while celebrating her nine-year anniversary with Justin.

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Ashley Graham has spoken about struggling with the changes to her body during pregnancy in her first photoshoot since the birth of her son Isaac in January, saying it felt like an "alien taking over" her body.

In an interview with Harper's Bazaar Ashley spoke about the challenges she went through during her pregnancy with Isaac, who was born in January this year. She said that despite having dedicated her career to body positivity, getting used to her body changing so quickly was something she wasn't prepared for.

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Father was a married Protestant from Dublin with 14 children, who had an affair with their mother, 17 years his junior and a Catholic Ashley Graham breastfeeds newborn son Isaac in first magazine shoot since giving birth as model reveals pregnancy felt like an ' alien was taking over her body '.

This is the heart-stopping moment a teenage girl risks her life by walking on top of the ruins of a Tudor Castle. The youngster, believed to be aged around Ashley Graham breastfeeds newborn son Isaac in first shoot since giving birth and reveals pregnancy felt like an ' alien was taking over her body '.

Ashley Graham smiling for the camera: Ashley Graham has spoken about struggling with her body image while she was pregnant, saying that it felt like an © Theo Wargo - Getty Images Ashley Graham has spoken about struggling with her body image while she was pregnant, saying that it felt like an "alien taking over" her body.

"That was the wildest part," she said about changing physically. "I thought, 'What about the things I’ve told myself? What about the affirmations I’ve gone through?'"

She continued, "None of these mattered because my body was changing so rapidly. It really took me some time to figure it out mentally, because it was like there was an alien taking over my body."

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She then detailed the birth, saying that although Justin, her husband of ten years, was present, he wasn't quite sure what to do with himself...

"Justin wanted to be as helpful as possible, and the midwife told him: there’s nothing you can do, nothing! I was in the [birthing] pool, and I looked over to see him in the kitchen cutting up meat and adding seasoning, because it was all he could do..."

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'People are being killed out there and treated like s**t, and all people can complain about is who’s posting or who’s f**king not.' Ashley Graham breastfeeds newborn son Isaac in first magazine shoot since giving birth as model reveals pregnancy felt like an ' alien was taking over her body '.

Mrs Filmer said : ‘We were so shocked that I was even pregnant , let alone with twins. But it was a lovely surprise.’ Mrs Filmer’s pregnancy went Ashley Graham breastfeeds newborn son Isaac in first magazine shoot since giving birth as model reveals pregnancy felt like an ' alien was taking

those cheeks tho!!????❤️‼️ love you all!!

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That's one cute little baby.

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