Y’all know right from childhood, we have not always known Kelly to have one if the best bodies out there. Sure, definitely, Beyonce and that butty too a front roll, but the slim, fit, and beautiful body goddess has always been Kelly.
With constant care and exercise, it is still incredible that Kelly is keeping up with that hottest even after all these years.
She showed off the body on her Instagram page through a mirror photo, first of all clarifying that it wasn’t even a thirst trap, which we don’t mind at all, but a strip down form of gratitude for a body like that belonging to a 39 year old Mum and wife. She is so yummy. You go girl. Workout sure did the remaining after some other hidden ones were done.
The black girl magic was brought in by our big girls who clearly don’t crack. Find their ages from left to right.
Reposted from @kmichellemusic This body of mine has been through hell! It isn’t perfect but it’s MY body. This journey has been difficult but i’m a tough cookie. Proud of myself and that’s all that matters! Finishing up my reconstruction with @drcarlosgomez1 I’ll see you in Jan. Also i’m excited about my new tv show helping women like me remove silicon from their bodies! Powerful and how I want to spend my 2020, saving some peoples life🙏 – #regrann
The hip work on Shakira is something something we have to be proud of. This mother of two has kept her petite agile self this whole time in the entertainment . While finally sharing a Superbowl halftime stage with her Latina sister Jlo, both women are putting teenagers to shame with their body work, despite both being above 40. These girls did me proud.
Reposted from @nytimes Shakira and Jennifer Lopez were Latina superwomen in their sparkling Super Bowl halftime show. They sang, shimmied and thoroughly outshone the brief appearances by their guests, Bad Bunny and J Balvin, both reggaeton stars. “The show was a no-nonsense affirmation of Latin pride and cultural diversity in a political climate where immigrants and American Latinos have been widely demonized,” writes Jon Pareles, our chief pop music critic. Tap the link in our bio to read our review of @shakira and @jlo’s performance. @nytmills took this photo. – #regrann
from @americaferrera Soooooooo hard to workout through the nausea & exhaustion of my first trimester!!! I would walk into the gym and nap for 10 minutes on the massage table before I started. Some weeks I’d only muster 1 workout or I’d miss the week entirely, but I refused to feel like I had failed.
Through this pregnancy I’m equally committed to feeling strong AND being kind to myself. As you start your 2020 workout resolutions, be kind to yourself.
Celebrate your intentions and meet yourself where you’re at with compassion for everything you’re asking of yourself. Go get it! Thanks @grantrobertsfit for letting me nap between sets. #firsttrimester – #regrann
Reposted from @just_aminat Happy Birthday to ME…One time for the BIRTHDAY chic! Oh what a time to be alive…38 and I feel great! Enjoying every moment of this thing called life. I am blessed beyond measure and it feels so good to say I deserve it. #LiveLoveLaugh #itsmybirthday
from @lizzobeeating This decade is off to a soul shaking start. These extreme highs and lows are like a rollercoaster and we are all strapped in, helplessly waiting for the next loop. I can’t help but to feel connected to everyone… can you? From what I’ve seen lately—the jokes, the memes, the grieving, the hopelessness as our planet heads to a fever— it’s like we’re all crying out hoping somebody hears us. I pray you feel seen and I pray your voice is heard because that’s precisely the tool we need if we’re going to make it through this. It’s time to speak up but most importantly show up. Our collective heavy hearts are searching for the light in this world.. it’s there, but we have to march through the darkness to reach it. Every act of love is an act of defiance to hate. How will you love today?
from @lizzobeeating 2009 was the year my daddy died.
2009 was the year I lived in my car and cried myself to sleep on thanksgiving.
2009 I was a girl in Houston Texas with no plan, no hope, no will to carry on.
2019 is the year my album and song went number 1.
2019 is the year I told my mama ‘I can buy you a house’. 2019 I am a woman with a 20/20 vision of the future.
Anything can happen in a decade.
Tomorrow is the beginning of your anything.
Thanks for the ride 2019. Here we go 2020!
Reposted from @lizzobeeating “I’ve been doing positive music for a long-ass time. Then the culture changed. There were a lot of things that weren’t popular but existed, like body positivity, which at first was a form of protest for fat bodies and black women and has now become a trendy, commercialized thing. Now I’ve seen it reach the mainstream. Suddenly I’m mainstream! How could we have guessed something like this would happen when we’ve never seen anything like this before?” – story for @time by Sam Irby – #regrann
Babies are so adorable. They bring in the blessing, the love, the light, the strength to keep that hustle going and the bag coming. Most people who don’t want them will only look at what they will cost you, but what about the good side of them?
With her first born coming in at 47, Kenya is revealing that she is just now finding out that she needs her child more than her child needs her. so a sweet thing to hear from someone who never thought they needed something only to find out that the baby is her whole life.
Reposted from @thekenyamoore Happy Birthday to Me! Whew this has been quite a year! Despite the turmoil there has been a constant positive force of love and light in my life.
God brought this Angel into my world who is the miracle known as Brooklyn and everyday is my birthday. How did she get here? Why did she choose me? She knew I needed her far more than she needed me.
You are my life Brooklyn, my happiness, my joy, and the unconditional love I waited my whole life for. You have my grandmother’s spirit. She left me so I could have you.
I live my whole life for you. You are everything that is good in me and you inspire me to be better everyday. You are my legacy.
My only birthday wish is may God continue to cover you and bless you forever and always.
I pray for these things Jehovah in the name of your son Jesus Christ. Amen. ❤️👶🏽 #miraclebaby #babybrooklyn #unconditionallove
With her number of years in Hollywood, she has seen it all and knows where everyone will end up based on their persistence and attitude towards their trade and others. So when Gabrielle Union, Mrs Dwayne Wade, Mummy to Savage baby Kavia Wade, tells you that she is impressed by you, then you are doing something good.
For her WCW, she is shining the light on those who have not gotten enough light on them, but yet are doing so good that the light has no option than to find them and shine on them. For the part three wednesdays, here are the first three sets of people who have made the 47 year old woman proud.
from @gabunion This week’s #WCW goes out to a mother-daughter power duo — @zoeisabellakravitz and Lilakoi Moon. I wanted to highlight the bond between mothers and daughters as I try to make my way as a new mom with babygirl.
I’ve always admired the obvious love, respect and nurturing village Zoe’s parents created and how beautiful it has been to witness as a mom just trying to figure it all out. Talk about two strong and talented women.
Zoe is the daughter of beautiful Lilakoi and is truly making a name for herself. From being the lead of her band Lolawolf to landing meaningful roles on the big screen she has been a legend in the making for the past few years now.
Let me also point out she is a flat-out fashion goddess and got it from her mama 😉. Lilakoi has inspired me for years with her class, effortlessly cool style, and kindness. Leave it to this mother daughter duo to steal your heart…@kaaviajames look forward to these type of moments! Let us lift them up in the light of goodness and hold them there.
Reposted from @gabunion This week’s #WCW is the stunning and dynamic South Sudanese-Australian model, Adut Akech Bior. She spent her early years in a refugee camp in Kenya, and she attributes this life of violence and fear to what taught her the power of gratitude .
In school she was bullied for her skin tone and her gap, and now she has owned those aspects of herself and made it into a brand of self love! She started her modeling career at 16 years old, and just three years later has graced the cover of countless magazines and has garnered awards and honors like: , 2019 BFA – Model of The Year, 2019 Industry vote – Model of The Year, 2019 Time – 100 NEXT List… just to name a few.
Beyond her beauty, she is set to work with the U.N. to help refugees at her former camp, and one day she wants to build a school, a hospital, or a modeling agency in South Sudan. Keep on shining. Let us lift her up in the light of goodness and hold her there. – #regrann
Dr Olumide Ofinran is a consultant gynaecologist, sub-specialist in gynaecological oncology and advanced laparoscopic and robotic surgeon. The specialist in colposcopy who is with the National Health Service, United Kingdom, talks about cervical cancer in this interview with ALEXANDER OKERE
What is cervical cancer?
Cervical cancer is the abnormal growth of cells from the cervix (neck of the womb) that have the ability to invade tissues or spread to other parts of the body.
What are the causes and risks of cervical cancer?
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