Ciara shares post-pregnancy weight loss update
Wonderwall 2hrs ago

Ciara is more than halfway to her pre-pregnancy goal weight.

On Jan. 4, the singer took to Instagram to show off her changing body while also stumping for Weight Watchers, which she's an ambassador for. 

"Super Proud of where I am starting off 2021! Down 28 pounds thanks to @WW," she wrote alongside an image. "This journey has been easy, stress free and fun! Especially juggling mommy life, work life, exercise, etc!"


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Ciara, who uses the weight loss company's app, said she has 20 pounds until meeting her goal weight.

"Let's go after all we want this year!," she said.

Last September, two months after welcoming son Win, Ciara announced that she joined Weight Watchers.

"Ready to level up up my plans post baby and beyond! Leading a healthier lifestyle has always been a long term goal of mine. With my growing family and career I'm more focused on living a balanced life," she said at the time. "The program is realistic for my goals and I'm having fun with the app! I've seen the impact it's had on family and friends and I'm excited for the journey ahead. I naturally lost 15lbs post baby and after starting the WW program, changing my eating, and working out, I've now lost the 5lbs I wanted. I'm ready to go after the rest I want to lose! Let's go!!!"

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