Kelly Clarkson Shows Off Her Inspiring Post-Pregnancy Body

Kelly Clarkson, unofficial queen of body positivity, has recently slimmed down post-baby, showing us that loving your body doesn't mean you can't change it. She proves that no matter where you are in your journey with your body, you should celebrate it.

Kelly Clarkson, unofficial queen of body positivity, in May 2015. Credit: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

Clarkson, who has been on the receiving end of multiple body-shaming attacks for her fluctuating figure, has always stood strong when it comes to those looking to put her down. And with her post-baby body, Clarkson is taking a cue from Chrissy Teigen and Anne Hathaway, embracing a message of positivity and acceptance for new moms.

Clarkson first shared a photo of her healthy and joyful, post-baby self via a happy-go-lucky Instagram post after taping an appearance on "The Ellen Show."

The singer makes it clear in her exuberant post that feeling good about yourself, not letting others put you down and wanting to change (or not change) your body are not mutually exclusive goals.

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Are you inspired by Kelly Clarkson's post-pregnancy weight loss? Do you think you can lose weight and still love your body? What are your go-to weight-loss tricks?

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