The unofficial queen of body acceptance among mothers, Ashley Graham, is sharing an image of her ‘very different’ stomach after carrying and birthing three children—including twins earlier this year.

“You look very different from what I’m use [sic] to,” Graham captioned her Instagram Story photo Wednesday, showing her bare stomach. “But I do appreciate you.”

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Graham gave birth to twins Malachi and Roman back in February, and their big brother Isaac was born in January 2020. And if there’s one thing Ashley Graham’s gonna do, it’s be transparent and relatable about her body—and other mamas appreciate it so much.

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She has always been unapologetic about what she chooses to wear and how she views herself. She’s beautiful yes, but she doesn’t subscribe to toxic and outdated beauty standards. She’s shared photos celebrating her “new” body to social media and been open and honest about her feelings regarding the toxicity of “bounce back” culture.

“Posting this video for all the mamas who haven’t and may never ‘bounce back’ and for anyone who needs to be reminded that your body is beautiful in its realest form,” she wrote in the caption. “This is my strong, five-month-postpartum-been-pregnant-for-two-years body. as it is. in hopes to further normalize ALL bodies in every and any stage of life.”

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It’s wild that our bodies can grow and house and nourish human life, which absolutely requires our skin to stretch, and society still makes us feel less than if our body looks like it did all of the amazing things it did. Why should we be made to feel like we have to hide the evidence of pregnancy?

It’s so refreshing to see a celebrity share the rawness and insecurities we all face, no matter who we are or where we come from. After delivering Isaac, Graham touched on the pressure she put on herself to “bounce back.”

“I learned that the hard way when I tried to control everything when I was pregnant with Isaac and I told myself that I was going to bounce right back because I was breastfeeding and everybody told me, ‘Oh, if you breastfeed you’re going to lose all the weight,’” Graham said at the time, and acknowledged that isn’t what happened for her. “It’s so hard acknowledging and accepting the loss of control of your body when you’re pregnant. 

Let’s all just admire her for sharing her “new” tummy as we all take turns admiring our own, shall we?