Fantasia Barrino Thanks Baby Keziah, 11 Weeks, for Changing Her Body: 'Never Had These Hips'
Fantasia Barrino is opening up about her post-baby body changes.
On Monday, the American Idol alum, 37, posted a mirror selfie to her Instagram Story with her 11-week-old daughter Keziah, candidly commenting on her appearance since welcoming her daughter in May.
"Well I Guess I can say Thanks kezzy cause I never had these hips lol!!" the star captions the photo of herself wearing a bodycon dress. "Now this weight must continue to come off 😂 not all just a lil more"
Barrino's daughter, whom the singer shares with husband Kendall Taylor, was born on May 23 and spent nearly one month in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) before she was allowed to go home.
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On June 22, the singer announced the happy news that Keziah could go home by sharing a sweet photo on Instagram of her baby girl dressed in a white romper with matching booties.
"𝑊𝑒𝑙𝑐𝑜𝑚𝑒 𝐻𝑜𝑚𝑒 🧸 @keziahlondontaylor🎀," Barrino wrote.
The star also posted a photo on her Instagram Story of the elaborate welcome home sign placed on her front lawn in honor of the newborn's arrival.
"Thank You So Much for making me Cry Lol!!! My Baby Deserved it because kicked the NICU BUTT 👏🏽," Barrino adds.
Days after announcing Keziah's arrival, Barrino wrote on Instagram, "Keziah was born a little too early but she is a fighter just like her Mother."
"When you see the words Strength, Determined, Perseverance, and Unbreakable think of Fantasia Monique Taylor," she wrote alongside a maternity photo of herself.
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"Almost Home 🎀🧸💕👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾," Barrino captioned the sweet picture.
When she announced that she gave birth, Barrino explained, "The Elephant is the animal I chose to surround @keziahlondontaylor with because it represents patience, strength, power and remembrance."