Montana Brown has just proven that she is as genuine as Love Islanders come.
After rising to stardom on Love Island in 2017, the 27-year-old is now opening out about her post-partum experience.
The reality personality announced her pregnancy in December and gave birth in mid-June.
Montana and her partner Mark O’Connor announced their pregnancy in March with a charming gender reveal party.
‘Welcome to the world Jude Isaiah O’Connor,’ she she wrote in a post announcing the birth.
‘We’re so smitten with you little man 23.06.23.’
Montana has already revealed some photos of post-partum life, only a few weeks after giving birth to little Jude, and she’s being very candid in them.
While some may be enticed to share adorable newborn baby images, the singer did not shy away from revealing the truth behind the ideal myth that is sometimes marketed on social media.
Taking to social media with a series of snaps, Montana wrote: ‘newborn files: Jude, sexy dad and post partum glam 😎.’
Montana and Mark are shown cuddling up with their bundle of joy, who seemed to be getting along just fine.
Montana also shared a selfie in which she was wearing cooling (or heating) breast pads underneath a bralette.
The hydrogel pads may be heated or cooled to assist new moms by providing rapid relief from common nursing issues.
Breasts may become uncomfortable if they get too full with milk or if milk becomes trapped, resulting in clogged ducts and unpleasant lumps or knots.
Mastitis, an inflammation of the breast that produces discomfort, warmth, and swelling, and can occasionally entail infection, can also create problems.
Breast pads can assist with some frequent post-partum problems.
Indeed, Montana wrote in a comment further down the post: ‘Thank god for the therapearls, cooling pads and that sweet sweet nipple cream.’
In another picture, Montana captured her post-partum stomach, which was an instant hit with her admiring followers.
‘I would have put money on your post partum updates being the most authentic content of all the latest baby mums ❤️,’ wrote one follower.
‘Congratulations! Thank you for the honest post partum body post! Needed to see that,’ said another.
Another one of Montana’s 1.2million followers chimed in: ‘Well done for keeping it real darling so rare to see nowadays ❤️❤️❤️.’