Alesha Dixon hasn't been ''obsessively training or diet'' to try and lose her baby weight as she'd rather it shed the few extra pounds naturally.
Alesha Dixon insists she hasn't been ''obsessively training or dieting'' to lose her baby weight.
The 35-year-old singer only gave birth to her daughter Azura five months ago and she's adamant she won't be rushing to achieve her pre-pregnancy figure.
She said: ''I haven't been obsessively training or dieting. i wanted to let natural take its course. I'm still nursing so I want to make sure that i'm good to myself. I always try to eat healthily, but I've not deprived myself of anything. I think I've got a lot of energy and probably that's what's helped me burn it off.''
The brunette beauty, who is currently juggling her judging duties on 'Britain's Got Talent' with being a mother, admits parenthood was challenging in the first few weeks, but she's learnt to adjust pretty quickly.
She explained to The Sun newspaper: ''It's a life-changing thing emotionally, hormonally... The whole experience is really testing. In the first couple of weeks, I felt overwhelmed, like I had to survive on no sleep. Before, when I had five or six hours sleep, I'd think, 'Oh I'm tried, I need more.' No, no, no! Five or six hours sleep is amazing!''
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