L’aspetto e il look perfetto di Kate Middleton dopo il terzo parto hanno spinto le donne inglesi a pubblicare le loro foto post parto e a divertirsi nel notare l’impietoso paragone.
Tutto comincia con un tweet della giornalista della BBC Jane Garvey, che invita le inglesi a mostrare com’erano loro a 7 ore dal parto. “Non c’è dubbio che l’aspetto della Duchessa di Cambridge sia incredibile. La maggior parte delle donne subito dopo il parto sembra un sacco di patate. Pubblicherei una mia foto ma dopo averla vista avreste bisogno di aiuto. Se siete disposte a condividere la vostra verità, twittateci!”.
Le donne inglesi, sfoggiando la loro nota vena autoironica, non se lo sono fatto dire due volte. E il risultato è davvero esilarante ma anche infinitamente tenero e veritiero.
Tra chi descrive travagli e parti atroci, cesarei d’urgenza e situazioni che anche trucco e parrucco non avrebbero potuto sistemare, c’è anche chi non invidia affatto la Duchessa: forse anche lei, in fondo, avrebbe preferito restarsene a letto in pigiama accoccolata insieme al suo fagottino profumato piuttosto che essere sbattuta in una doccia, truccata, messa su un paio di tacchi e spinta giù da una scalinata sotto al vento per essere esibita davanti a tutto il mondo insieme al nuovo, piccolo trofeo della famiglia reale.
Altro che Kate Middleton: le foto delle donne normali dopo il parto
Here you go @janegarvey1 – me and Kate 7 hours post-natal…. I’m the one on the right, in case you’re wondering…. @BBCWomansHour pic.twitter.com/6yf3H5a2T1
— Nina Warhurst (@NinaWarhurst) April 24, 2018
Here’s me 12 hours later… pic.twitter.com/HrtKmQPff4
— Lisa McWilliam (@LisaMcWilliam) April 24, 2018
This is me, 18 hours after giving birth. Massive post-partum haemorrhage, several units of blood and emergency surgery, and I still look like death warmed up. Note pale skin, swelling & general exhaustion. #newmum pic.twitter.com/dRzULBTyS5
— Sally (@Tupperwarepanda) April 24, 2018
No make up, my hair is greasy. I look exhausted. But this is me… warts and all after having my baby 11 weeks ago! (The smile is real!) pic.twitter.com/S7xmcPFOH7
— Kalpana Boodhoo 📻 (@kallyboo) April 24, 2018
I put on eye make up before delivery and had my hubby pull my hair back, before the family showed up to snap pictures. I was wearing a pad that made me walk like I was straddling a horse & I had stitches too😣 I could NEVER pull off a Kate. She is Stunning😊 pic.twitter.com/BxV1aRFWyE
— jennifer rohde (@Ian_in_Jenn) April 25, 2018
I didn’t get out of bed for 15 hours post birth, let alone put high heels on and went outside! pic.twitter.com/gmbOiEex1g
— Dawn (@_gryffindawn) April 24, 2018
The comparison is uncanny #royalbaby #KateMiddleton #labour pic.twitter.com/7NzUq6Tszh
— Jade Whyley (@JadeBarnes23) April 24, 2018
Excuse the blood but in this photo I had cuddled my son and was in the process of having the episiotomy stitched. I was on such a huge emotional high as years earlier I’d been told I couldn’t have children 😁 My dream came true the day Luke was born 💖💖💖 xxx pic.twitter.com/oLQuo31h4V
— Corrina (@Confarreo) April 24, 2018
Doesn’t everyone get their hair and make up done for the occassion?! 😂😂 she looked fabulous and would expect no less! Here I am ten minutes after birth… but the picture is deceiving as I was holding a sick bucket ! pic.twitter.com/rsppgUPULN
— Debbie DPR Schogger (@debbieschogger) April 25, 2018
In labor on the left. One day later getting ready to leave the hospital on the right! pic.twitter.com/Steg00InSz
— Love the Cambridges (@CambridgeAwe) April 24, 2018
Proud to show off after 4days and emergency CSection, I brought my William into the world. 7 months later and he’s a happy little man. pic.twitter.com/vujsstA1X3
— Elspeth Hardie (@eahardie) April 24, 2018
About 4 hours after he was born, I had pre eclampsia and was still in hdu here. Happy but nowhere near as swish as wonderful Kate 💖 pic.twitter.com/8QTJFM2w3B
— Abi (@abihawkins90) April 24, 2018
I love that me and my son have the same battered and confused look on our faces! pic.twitter.com/wW6ACcuIn4
— Lemon Shark (@lemonsharky) April 24, 2018
7 hours post-birth and weeks of recovery needed after 😂💙 pic.twitter.com/VDyelM8kOV
— Lea (@LeaW638) April 24, 2018
Me and my son about 7 hours after he was born. He will be 21 next month! Not quite up to Kate’s standards but good on her pic.twitter.com/txFdDsIHou
— nippysweetie (@mtfhayes) April 24, 2018
E voi Unimamme com’eravate a 7 ore dal parto?