Fans loved actress Hilary Duff’s amazing acting in How I Met Your Father. This morning, America woke up to Hilary Duff photo shoot, and she went viral on the internet in minutes.
34-Year-Old Hilary Duff photoshoot was focused on empowering Women’s Health. She answered powerfully when asked about her body changes post-pregnancy. According to the fans, Hilary Duff photoshoot will be a true inspiration to women who want to start a new life after pregnancy.
Commenting on Hilary Duff photoshoot, she said – “I’m proud of my body. I’m proud that it’s produced three children for me. I’ve gotten to a peaceful place with the changes my body has gone through. I also want people to know a makeup artist was there putting glow all over my body, and someone put me in the most flattering position.”
In these photos, Hilary Duff could be seen inspiring the internet to be more acceptable about their bodies. Magazine editor Lindsay Geller commented on her pictures, “I can’t get enough of the gorgeousness.” Surely Lindsay is one of the women feeling the message behind Hilary Duff’s Photoshoot.
According to the promo by a magazine on a recent Photoshoot – “Hilary Duff spent years trying to live up to Hollywood’s standards. Now, as she poses for the May cover of Women’s Health’s Body Reflections issue, she’s approaching her life and career on her own terms. “I’m proud of my body. I’m proud that it’s produced three children for me,” she tells WH.
A user who disagreed with Hilary Duff photoshoot commented – “I am profoundly disappointed in this article. This is a beautiful woman who has the resources to keep her body up to our culture’s ridiculous standards. This is not redefining strength, growth, power, and presence.”
Another user also questioned the pictures being ‘Photoshopped’. She’s absolutely amazing, and a role model, but what I want to know did the magazine photoshop and airbrush, is this an authentic representation, or are magazines part of the problem of the distorted and augmented false reality women have to deal with and face every day with lack of representation of real bodies?
All Photos Belongs to Women’sHealth Magazine.