Peggy Zina bounces back
New mum Peggy Zina gets her pre-baby bod back as she launched her latest single
This new mum is taking motherhood in her stride. After she gave birth to her gorgeous bouncing baby daughter Electra, Peggy is about to take the charts by storm with her latest single Sou Hrostao Akoma Ena Klama.
The artist filmed the clip to her latest single Megali Brittania in a hotel in Athens. Nick Moriatis wrote the song with music by George Sambanis.
But it's her significant post-baby weight loss that is gaining attention in the press. Peggy hasn't resorted to starving herself like other stars and gave this advice to new mums: "they can eat whatever they want but to keep in mind that if they are breast feeding, what they eat goes directly to the child".
Peggy, who breast fed her child for five months, said she ate a healthy diet and exercised and had a stress-free pregnancy because of it.
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