Ryan Lochte’s wife, Kayla Rae Reid, shows off her ‘postpartum day one’ body

Kayla Rae Reid may not love her post-baby cellulite and stretch marks, but she sure isn’t hiding them.

In fact, the wife of Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte shared a photo of her postpartum body in her Instagram stories just one day after giving birth to the couple’s second child, daughter Liv Rae, on Monday.

Reid gave birth to daughter Liv Rae, her second child with Lochte, on Monday.

The former Playboy model, 27, shot a photo of herself Tuesday posing in a white bra and a pair of post-pregnancy undies.

“Postpartum day one (I will leave the TMI stuff to myself),” she wrote on the photo, which found her 12-time Olympic medalist hubby, 34, lounging in a bed behind her.

Reid, whose wet hair is seen wrapped in a towel, then noted a few facts about her body after childbirth.

“Swollen. Cellulite and stretch marks have tripled,” she wrote, adding, “Gained a total of 50 pounds (126 -176).”

Those undies? “Depends diapers,” she shared.

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Keanu Reeves ‘in talks’ with Marvel bosses to join universe and our dreams could come true

Keanu Reeves with Marvel logo

Go on Keanu, make our dreams come true (Picture: Rex)
Keanu Reeves may be set to join Hollywood’s biggest blockbuster franchise, with Marvel bosses confirming they are ‘in talks’ with the star about him becoming a member of the MCU.

Marvel fans have long hoped that Keanu, 54, would join the Marvel Cinematic Universe because, frankly, it’s probably one of the few things he hasn’t conquered in Hollywood.

Our hopes and dreams may be coming true though, as Marvel boss Kevin Feige revealed he is in talks with the studio.

Speaking at a Spider-Man: Far From Home press conference, Kevin told Comic Book: ‘We talk to him for almost every film we make.

‘We talk to Keanu Reeves about. I don’t know when, if, or ever he’ll join the MCU, but we very much want to figure out the right way to do it.’

Go on Keanu, do it for the fans.

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Kevin also compared Keanu to Jake Gyllenhaal, whom they held ‘multiple’ talks with before he signed on for Spider-Man: Far From Home.

Kevin Feige attends the 2019 PGA Nominees Breakfast

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Dan Murphy: Veggies' Swimsuit Issue

Let's be clear: There's nothing wrong with the vegan community ogling some male models 'dressed' in little more than briefs. But that's where the …
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Italie : les raison du déclin

ROME, ITALY - JULY 20: Workers of ILVA steelworks protest at the Ministry of Economic Development against the sale of steel producer Ilva to ArcelorMittal, on July 20, 2017 in Rome, Italy. (Photo by Simona Granati - Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images)SIMONA GRANATI / CORBIS / GETTY IMAGES Par et AnalyseRéservé à nos abonnés

Publié le 16 juin 2019 à 16h31 – Mis à jour le 17 juin 2019 à 15h18

L’Italie cumule les handicaps structurels et s’enfonce dans la stagnation depuis 20 ans, devenant le plus grand point faible de l’UE.

C’était un défilé ininterrompu, qui a vu se succéder, en quelques heures, tout ce que l’Italie comptait de puissants, ainsi que des milliers d’anonymes. En ce 18 septembre 2016, une chapelle ardente avait été installée au Sénat italien, dans le centre de Rome, pour permettre à tous de rendre un dernier hommage à l’ancien président de la République Carlo Azeglio Ciampi, mort deux jours plus tôt, à 95 ans.

Economiste de formation, Ciampi avait été appelé à la présidence du conseil en 1993, alors qu’il occupait les fonctions de gouverneur de la Banque d’Italie et que la République semblait sur le point d’être emportée dans le tourbillon de l’opération « mains propres ». [...]  read more