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    You know what surprises me about these comments on here sometimes, that people often don't realize how small Australia is (population wise) and that the people you are speaking about from the news may be members of BH. We have a few friends that are actually quite close with her and I've met her, Australian 'celebrities' are usually still pretty ordinary people that just happen to have a job in the public eye, they're not huge Hollywood stars that are unlikely to read anything. She's actually still pretty young so why on earth is everyone jumping to the conclusion that she's had work. And who cares if she put on some makeup? I did too! If you don't want to wear makeup or feel it's unnecessary, more power to you but why make others feel like cr@p who want to put it on, for whatever their reason.

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    Exactly HGL. I know her from my uni days and she is/was lovely.

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    I had to google. It looked like a beautiful photo of a mother with her new babies. I don't know who she is. But looking at the photo, it is a beautiful photo. I hope she's enjoying her babies and not reading all the negativity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    You know what surprises me about these comments on here sometimes, that people often don't realize how small Australia is (population wise) and that the people you are speaking about from the news may be members of BH. We have a few friends that are actually quite close with her and I've met her, Australian 'celebrities' are usually still pretty ordinary people that just happen to have a job in the public eye, they're not huge Hollywood stars that are unlikely to read anything. She's actually still pretty young so why on earth is everyone jumping to the conclusion that she's had work. And who cares if she put on some makeup? I did too! If you don't want to wear makeup or feel it's unnecessary, more power to you but why make others feel like cr@p who want to put it on, for whatever their reason.
    This reminds me of the time my grandmother was hosting a party and my mother went along. My mother was bagging out Delta Goodrem (this was when she was first peaking in her career) saying she was a horrible singer and claiming the cancer was just a PR stunt and all this stuff. She was sitting next to Deltas aunt or something.
    Just about everyone knows someone who knows someone semi-famous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahalfdozen View Post
    This reminds me of the time my grandmother was hosting a party and my mother went along. My mother was bagging out Delta Goodrem (this was when she was first peaking in her career) saying she was a horrible singer and claiming the cancer was just a PR stunt and all this stuff. She was sitting next to Deltas aunt or something.
    Just about everyone knows someone who knows someone semi-famous.
    Exactly, Australia's surprisingly small, there's like two degrees of separation instead of six

    But there's been a few instances where a mom has been on the news (for bad reasons) and people remember her posting on the hub, so no reason Judd, as a young mum wouldn't be on the hub.

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    Not sure about you girls, but after I gave birth I looked like sh!t, and my babies looked like phlegm. If people had said I was glowing and my baby was gorgeous, they'd have been telling fibs. But I'm not really interested in fake compliments, and that one definitely can be.

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    I don't get it? I just looked at the pic, she looks like a normal person holding babies. She is very pretty, big deal. Congrats to her on the birth of healthy babies. I do feel sorry for her now with all the b.itchy crap she needs to put up with from people who don't even know her. Like it's not hard enought being a mother to 4 kids and being in the spot light, poor woman now needs to put up with being judged on her face... insane.

    To answer OP I know of one friend who decided to go for a third and had a single a baby and was 100% done. Then when the third was 4 months old she fell pregnant again. Not really the same thing but close.

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    I guess that one was for me J37?
    Hand on heart all my friends were glowing with happiness on their first pic with Bub. And yes their babies are/were gorgeous.

    I don't give fake compliments, I truly care for my friends.

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    I had 3 caesarians and honestly I looked fine. My skin glows in pregnancy and as I didn't labour for the last 3 I wasn't exhausted. My babies looked gorgeous.

    I love my photos with my babies after they were born.

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    I looked tired and had no make up yet looked totally blissed out in my birth photos. I treasure them! I'd be sad if I didn't have any photos of that immediate moment after birth, for sure.

    And DS looked a little squidgy but hey, I challenge anyone not to after spending 24 hours descending through a teeny passage!


 

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