Olivia Munn Opens Up About Postpartum and Breastfeeding on Instagram

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Olivia Munn may be a celebrity but she’s also just a new mom going through the throes of postpartum, like many a mother has. Wonderful and supportive friends instinctively seem to know what you need during these times. Munn’s friend Kiley Fitzgerald, a hairstylist, showed up with sheers to give the new mom a refreshing new look.

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In the adorable photo, Munn has her sleeping infant in her arms, Fitzgerald behind her, and a new doo upon her head. It’s a sweet moment in time captured, that speaks volumes about friendship.

Fitzgerald showed up unexpectedly, knowing Munn could use a little pick-me-up.

In the caption for the post, Munn writes, “When your friend shows up and surprises you with a blowout, even though you’re in your robe and not going anywhere.” She goes on to thank her friend for making the day feel “a little less postpartum.”

Since Malcolm was born, Munn has been candid about her journey on Instagram.

 

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Breastfeeding is often a struggle for new moms and Munn has posted about it in Stories, according to People. In one such story, she commented, “8 weeks in, and I’ve taken a million vitamins, countless teas, lozenges, tinctures, and worked with two lactation consultants. Breastfeeding. Is. Hard.”

As a follow-up, she reportedly also shared a photo of her dog having a little snooze on her breastfeeding pillow. She commented on the photo saying, “At least someone is making good use of it.”

Despite the hardship of it, we have no doubt Munn will find the right solutions for her unique body. Thus far, she’s demonstrated a studious dedication to overcoming the difficulty. Which is already a glowing sign of someone who will be the very best kind of mum.

Do you relate to Olivia Munn? Are you a new mom struggling with breastfeeding? Let us know in the comments below.