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Aguilera’s ‘planning to slim after birth’

Published 26/07/2014

Christina Aguilera
Christina Aguilera

Christina Aguilera can’t wait to give birth, but sources say she’s already planning how to drop the weight.

The star shot to fame in the late ‘90s but in recent years the focus has often moved from her career, towards her weight. Last year Christina revealed a new slender figure, allegedly going from a size 16 to a size 6 in just 12 months. But sources say Christina, who is pregnant with her second child, is said to be determined to drop her baby weight within a matter of months.

“Christina cannot wait to meet her daughter, but has told pals she’s determined to get her pre-baby body back once she gives birth. She and Matthew [Rutler, fiancé] haven’t set a date for the wedding, but Christina says she wants at least a few months to get into shape” a source revealed to British magazine Closer.

Christina already has a six-year-old son Max with her ex-husband Jordan Bratman. The singer married Jordan in 2005, but later divorced.

Since then Christina’s weight has fluctuated, but 2013 saw dramatic weight loss for Christina, allegedly due to limiting her alcohol intake and unhealthy foods. During her second pregnancy, Christina has been staying out of media attention but looks to be in great shape.

“Christina’s been eating very sensibly, sticking to lots of green veg, chicken and fish dishes. She’s been doing lots of yoga and walking as much as possible” a source revealed.

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