Ashley Graham embraces her 'new tummy' at 3 months postpartum: 'We’ve been through a lot'

·2-min read

Ashley Graham is embracing her body in a stripped-down mirror selfie.

The 34-year-old supermodel took to her Instagram on Sunday to share a series of photos showing her pose in just a pair of underwear. In them, she shares appreciation for her postpartum figure.

"Hi, new tummy. We’ve been through a lot. Thank you," she captioned the slideshow, alongside "#3monthspostpartum."

The photos of Graham, who gave birth to twin boys in early January, include a close-up of her stomach as she squeezes extra skin and shows off stretch marks. Babies Malachi and Roman have joined Graham's 2-year-old son Isaac, all three of which she shares with husband Justin Ervin.

"Amazing the lives you’ve created and carried and pushed into this world," fellow model Helena Christensen commented on Graham's post.

Actress Freida Pinto wrote, "And that tummy has the most beautiful, wholesome stories to tell."

Another follower praised Graham for the authentic post. "Always so refreshing to see women's bodies raw, unfiltered and in all [their] glory," she wrote. "You absolute beauty."

While these photos are the most revealing of what Graham has shared since having her second and third children, she hadn't shied away from offering an unfiltered look at her pregnancy.

"Justin says my stretch marks look like the tree of life," she captioned a photo of her body just one month before giving birth.

In the months since becoming a mother of three, Graham has also been outspoken about breastfeeding her babies and the reality of being a working mom.

"I'm not going to apologize for feeding my child," she captioned a TikTok video about breastfeeding in public. "Also, my boobs hurt if I don't."

Want lifestyle and wellness news delivered to your inbox? Sign up here for Yahoo Life’s newsletter.

Our goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions. In order to improve our community experience, we are temporarily suspending article commenting