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Destiny’s Child’s LeToya Luckett Shares Her Journey Of Improving Her Body After Giving Birth: “I’m Officially Now 30 lbs Down”

Singer, songwriter, and actor LeToya Luckett got candid about her weight loss journey.

On April 15, Luckett, who rose to fame as a member of the R&B girl-group Destiny’s Child, took to her verified Instagram account and showed off how she became fit after giving birth to her second child, Tysun Wolf Walker.

As known, the former member of one of the most recognized girl groups welcomed her second baby with her husband, Tommicus Walker, back in September. As natural, she gained weight during her pregnancy period; however, months after giving birth, she got rid of her postpartum body and got a perfect-shaped body.

In order to share her progress with her fans and followers, Luckett posted a photo collage showing the changes in her body; alongside the photo, the singer wrote the following message as a caption:

“Transparent moment guys. The pic on the left is the day I got home with my son & the pic on the right is a few months later. Here we are month 3 update on my weight loss journey. I’m officially now 30 lbs down and feeling so good y’all!”

The singer, who expressed in her message that she is starting to feel like herself again, also stated that there are only 20 more pounds to go.

Following releasing the above-mentioned post, two-time Grammy Award-winning artist took to the comments section and wrote that of course there is no obligatory for mothers to get fit after birth. She concluded her words as follows:

“No pressure guys! Just want to reach my pre-baby weight. That’s where the 20 Lbs came from, but if I don’t. I’m perfectly fine & I feel good.”

Here is the mentioned photo collage the actor shared through her social media platforms.

Photo Credit: LeToya Luckett – Instagram Photos

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