June marks about two months since Rumer Willis welcomed his first and only child Louetta Isley Thomas Willis, making parents Bruce Willis and Demi Moore his first grandparents.
She and baby daddy Derek Richard Thomas gave birth to the baby via a drug-free home birth in April, which she was previously open to.
However, recently the mother-of-one adored her postpartum figure and couldn’t help but flaunt it on social media.
Rumer Willis’ Postpartum Body Looks ‘Comfortable’ in All-White Outfit in New Photo
Rumer recently took to Instagram with a mirror selfie showcasing her postpartum figure in an all-white ensemble, caught in what looked like a closet. Her outfit included a pair of baggy drawstring pants, a crop top, and a long button-up shirt worn as a jacket.
Although the new mom’s outfit clings loosely to her figure, her flawless midriff was on full display as fans could see her ample chest accentuated by her top. She was also captured raising a hand to her blonde curls, wearing blue patterned socks, and standing in front of an obscured individual sitting in a white chair.
The piece had clothes hanging in the background, and its calm vibe matched Rumer’s outfit, which in turn flattered her postpartum figure.
She made sure to credit the brand responsible for her look by adding a text overlay that read, “Mom bod feels so comfy in my @bleusalt.” It comes days after the ‘90210’ actress opened up about her childbirth experience on an episode of the ‘Informed Pregnancy’ podcast.
She revealed during the candid session that she gave birth with her amniotic sac intact as her ‘water sac was bulging but still not popping’ despite being ready to push baby Lou. When things didn’t go as planned, Rumer had to handle things on her own with the help of a doula who allowed her to break her amniotic sac.
She recalled the experience, saying she “reached [her] finger up there and I could feel that little bag…like a water balloon but with a bit tougher skin. This happened during the unfolding of her ensuing contraction.
Additionally, the “Hostage” actress explained that it was “a different feeling when the water bladder is pushing against your cervix than when the baby’s head is,” and it made her express “a shock and a surprise” based on a photo of her at the time. moment.
From there, her delivery went smoothly as she was able to push Louetta without any difficulty, with the midwife and her companion, Derek, by her side to catch up with the newborn’s entry into the world. Adding more details about her daughter’s birth, Rumer gushed: ‘It was the craziest thing. She had a cord wrapped around her neck, but it was also wrapped around her body, like, almost, like a ball sash.
The little one was then “untangled” and placed in his mother’s loving arms, which left the “Sorority Row” actress emotional. AAccording to her, cradling her baby while “sobbing with joy” was “the most ecstatic and joyful moment” of her life.
‘The House Bunny’ star announced the birth of her first daughter on Instagram
In April, Rumer confirmed on Instagram that she welcomed a baby girl with her boyfriend, about four months after announcing her pregnancy to the world. She made the announcement by uploading a sweet image of the dozing newborn on a blanket with the caption:
“Louetta Isley Thomas Willis. You are pure magic. Born at home Tuesday, April 18. You are more than we ever dreamed of.
In no time, the 34-year-old’s fans and loved ones were congratulating her on the fantastic news, including her mother, who expressed “pure love for this little bird.”
Likewise, her mother-in-law Emma Heming Willis, who was over the moon, remarked, “Omg we love her so much.” Several other celebrities came forward with comments, including actress Melanie Griffith who congratulated the new mom, called Lou “beautiful” and welcomed her into “this world” with open arms.
A comment from Nikki Reed read, “The sweetest girl. I love you and your mom endlessly,” followed by another from actress Hilary Duff: “Yes, mom…. Magic!’
Afterwards, model Ireland Baldwin, who was pregnant at the time, expressed her delight, commenting, “Too cute…that’s not right. So happy for you!!!”