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Thursday 18 December 2014

Aguilera 'healthy pregnancy plan'

LOS ANGELES, CA - MAY 10:  Recording artist Christina Aguilera attends 102.7 KIIS FM's 2014 Wango Tango at StubHub Center on May 10, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images For 102.7 KIIS FM's Wango Tango)
Christina Aguilera

Christina Aguilera is said to be determined not to get so big during her second pregnancy.

The 33-year-old star is currently expecting a daughter with her fiancé Matt Rutler. She also has six-year-old son Max with ex-husband Jordan Bratman.

After her first pregnancy Christina worked hard to slim down, dropping from a UK size 16 to a petite size 10. This time round she is desperate to not get so big.

“Christina has hired the best people money can buy to make sure she doesn’t pile on too many extra pounds while she’s pregnant,” a source told British magazine Star. “She’s been put on a low-acidity diet and is training four times a week. She doesn’t want to lose control of her body.”

When expecting Max, Christina is thought to have gained around 40lbs. She reportedly puts this down to her bad diet and is determined not to go through the same process again.

“Christina hated the way she looked and felt last time she was expecting, and she knows it was because she overindulged on junk food,” the source added.

“Now she’s older, it’s more difficult for her to lose weight, so she wants to minimise the effects of being pregnancy and snap back into shape after.”

The blonde singer was previously reported to be eating around 1,200 calories a day to shed the extra weight. She is thought to have hired a personal chef to help keep her eating healthily.

“Christina’s chef ensures her diet is full of skinless chicken, chickpea and lentil salads and fresh fruit. She does eight 90-minute workouts a week, so sometimes exercises twice a day,” an insider previously divulged.

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