Here’s one celebrity daddy who loves his spouse’s post-baby body exactly the way it is. Chris Pratt and his wife Anna Faris welcomed a son Jack, three months ago, and ever since then, the couple has been enjoying being first time parents and using any excuse they can find to be super adorable when discussing their marriage and their new baby to the media. When E! asked Anna Faris about her “post-baby body” — collective groan here, the Movie 43 actress said:
â€śI think itâ€™s from hauling around the little guy,â€ť FarisÂ tellsÂ E!, adding she prefers to â€ścherishâ€ť her baby boy rather than hitting the gym. â€śIâ€™m trying to do it without help. So itâ€™s been a lot of lifting.â€ť
But according to the new mom, the pressure from Pratt is off â€¦ or ratherÂ onÂ â€” to keep some of her curves! â€śI have the sweetest husband. He makes me feel good at any weight,â€ť Faris, 36, shares.Â â€śIn fact, I kinda think that he likes it when my butt is a little bit bigger.â€ť
Awww and awwww. It’s nice to see a famous person not super stressed about hitting the gym and fitting back into her skinny jeans the second she gives birth. Chris Pratt, who is starring in the upcoming holiday release Zero Dark Thirty and who plays Andy on Parks and Recreation, added this:
â€śIâ€™ll take it. I like it. Donâ€™t work too hard.â€ť
It seems like Chris actually doesn’t expect his wife to bounce back right after giving birth and is accepting of her new body. I wasn’t sure this was allowed, and sort of assumed you get kicked out of Hollywood and TV land unless you got into shape the moment after you left the hospital or at the very least, had a spouse who was giving you the crook-eye if you didn’t keep the figure you had prior to giving birth.