GMA: Body After Baby & Science Behind Celebrity Look A-Likes

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One women received criticism after writing an open article discussing the way she feels about her body after having a baby. Plus, is there a science behind why some people look alike? Good Morning America reported.

GMA: Honesty About Body After Baby

GMA: Body After Baby & Science Behind Celebrity Look A-Likes

Alexis Rodriguez received some criticism after talking about resenting her post-baby body. (Gladskikh Tatiana / Shutterstock.com)

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Many celebrities seem to bounce back quickly after having a baby. Miranda Kerr, Heidi Klum, and even the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate, all seemed to look great in a very short amount of time after having their babies. However, Alexis Rodriguez doesn’t feel the same way. She recently wrote an article for Yahoo titled “Beauty After Baby: The Honest Truth.” In the article, Alexis Rodriguez said, “I’m madly in love with my son and feel blessed that I was able to have a child and that he is healthy, but I have to admit that I resent what pregnancy has done to my body.”

Alexis Rodriguez received mixed feedback from readers. Some called her vain, while others praised her for being honest. Alexis Rodriguez clarified on Good Morning America that her article wasn’t about superficial looks, but was really about how she felt as a new mom. “You shouldn’t feel ashamed to want to feel the way that you used to feel.”

Editor of TheStir.com Ericka Souter said that there’s nothing wrong with feeling this way, and that many women go through this after giving birth. Alexis Rodriguez said that regardless of how she now feels about her body, she doesn’t for a moment regret having her son.

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Good Morning America: Celebrity Look-Alikes

Buzzfeed recently released an article about celebrity doppelgangers, but is there a science behind people looking alike?

Dr. Doris Day said that most people, in general, have many characteristics that could be similar, including proportions, bone structure, and even the way people age over time. The trick is just pointing out the feature that really stands out.

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