Olivia Munn is ‘struggling’ with postpartum life 4 months after giving birth
Olivia Munn still suffering from ‘wonky’ hips, postpartum anxiety
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Olivia Munn continues to be transparent with her postpartum struggles, most recently revealing that she’s suffered hair loss since welcoming her son, Malcolm, last fall with boyfriend, comic John Mulaney.
After offering fans and followers a glimpse at her baby boy via Instagram Friday, Los Angeles fashion designer Amber Farr jokingly commented on the adorable photos, complimenting the star’s brunette tresses.
“Can I just have your hair for one day please?” Farr asked, with Munn responding, “ummm it’s falling out in clumps post partum. I’ll let you have it once I can grow it back and give it to you in better condition.”
Last month, Munn waxed poetic over “struggling” with postpartum life while up with baby Malcolm in the middle of the night.
“1:54 am. Post partum life right now: everyone’s asleep except me,” Munn posted to her Instagram Stories at the time. “Been wearing the same sweatshirt for three days (I think, maybe more?)
“I’m pretty sure that’s spit up on my shirt,” she added of the Disney top she wore in the snaps with no pants. “I’m so so happy and at the same time I’m struggling (weird to feel both simultaneously yet so grateful to have all the happiness to keep me afloat).”
She added in a second snap that the stain on her shirt was, indeed, “baby spit-up.”
The “Buddy Games” star also complained of her hips still feeling “wonky” since giving birth.
“My hips still feel wonky from pushing out a human being, my post partum anxiety is still here (and horrible), but I got myself up and took my first capoeira lesson today,” Munn captioned a selfie on her Instagram Story in early March.
She continued, “Getting back to martial arts made me feel a little bit more like myself. Hope I can keep it up.”
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