Angelina Jolie did it, Heidi Klum blitzed it and Katie Holmes also conquered it — but how does the non-Hollywood new mum get their pre-baby body back?
"SRC recovery shorts are worn from one or two days post-delivery for up to eight to 10 weeks and they provide abdominal support, perineal support, leg support and back support," she says.
She has used a similar concept for pregnant women, and champion swimmer Brooke Hanson calls them a "pregnancy revolution".
"The shorts will definitely help me get my body strength back, not back into Olympic shape but back into pre-pregnancy shape," she says.
SRC Recovery Shorts featured on the popular nightly Australian current affairs program "A Current Affair".
Regaining your body after having a baby may look easy for celebrity mums, but it's a battle for average women.
Now one mother says she has found the answer that will have women everywhere jumping for joy - a promise you'll be able to squeeze back into your jeans, one week after giving birth.
Melbourne mother of three, Sinead O'Donovan has created a ground breaking new supportive garment, specifically designed for women who have just had a baby.
SRC Recovery Shorts shown on the popular ABC Television show "The New Inventors" that features inventors from all over the world and their inventions.
Sinead O' Donovan appears on the show with invention #3, Post Pregnancy Recovery Shorts.
These shorts are specifically designed with unique panels that provide support and compression to caesarean wounds, upper and lower abdominal muscles and stitches to the perineum.
SRC Shorts television advertisement / commercial. This is a short 30 second video featuring the SRC Pregnancy Shorts, SRC Recovery Shorts and the SRC Sports shorts.
The advertisement also features mothers wearing the SRC products and features Olypmic athlete, gold and silver medalist Brooke Hanson (O.A.M.).