BEING pregnant is tough – having a body that doesn’t feel like yours can be hard to deal with for many women.
But on top of that, being shamed for how your bump looks is anything but ideal.
One woman, pregnant Lynn Peats, has taken to TikTok to reveal that she has been body-shamed for how her baby bump looks.
Known as ‘mamaevy3’ on the social media platform, Lynn has a huge following, with over 429,000 followers and 14.9million likes.
Lynn has five children, one of which unfortunately passed away.
Lynn is now pregnant with her sixth child, which is due very soon, on May 26th.
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The mum-of-five is currently 34 weeks pregnant and regularly posts bump updates to TikTok.
In one of her videos, Lynn opened up about the bump-shaming she has had.
She uploaded the video with the caption ‘And it’s one thing to body shame a woman but if you are a mother and you body shame a pregnant woman that’s worse, but I’ve come to love my belly’.
She said: “I love my pregnant belly.
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“It’s one of a kind and not like “other pregnant bellies”.
“I’m carrying life, this is my babies’ home for nine months
“I am my babies’ protector.”
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Lynn’s video has clearly touched many, as it quickly went viral and has 569.3k views and 12.1k likes.
Many TikTok users were shocked that Lynn had been shamed for the appearance of her bump and took to the comments to share their support.
One person said: “All bellies are beauties! Growing a human is precious, unpredictable and there’s never any identical story/appearance!”
Another added: “I don’t get it? It’s an adorable, perfectly little round bump… it’s so cute!!!”
A third commented: “To me it surely looks perfect.”
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One TikTok user stated: “Nobody should body shame BUT especially when someone is pregnant. You go girl, you’re powerful.”
Another said: “What are people body shaming? I see perfection. So beautiful.”
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