Over the weekend, Jessica Simpson, who gave birth to a son on June 30, enjoyed a night out on the town with her fiancé, Eric Johnson, and showed off her amazing figure at the same time.
Simpson, 33, is a spokeswoman for Weight Watchers, and she shared her weight-loss plan with ABC News last week. She counts her points and makes sure to hit the gym four times a week, but she's taking everything slowly.
"I'm taking it week by week so I don't get frustrated with myself," she said. "If I had a long-term goal, and that's all I thought about, I think it would set me back more. So I really, every week, try to make sure I stick with my points and get four workouts in. That's my goal this week, and I hope that I can lose from that. If not, I'm going to keep on going and try it the next week. So far, so good."
Click to see other new moms who have been working hard to get their bodies back post-baby.
Four and a half months after giving birth to her daughter, North, Kim Kardashian lost 50 pounds by following the Atkins diet, she said. (Want proof? She famously posted this risque selfie.) One major motivation could have been the people who criticized her body during her pregnancy. "It was really hard to read all these stories and hear all these nasty things," the reality star, 33, said recently. "I've definitely tried to live more of a private life because of that."
Just a few weeks after Fergie, 38, welcomed son, Axl, on Aug. 29, the singer was photographed hiking with her husband, Josh Duhamel. "She looks amazing for, you know, three weeks ago she gave birth and she looks probably better than she did before," he gushed to E! News in September. "I don't know if it's because of what she's been eating or what, she looks really, really great."
Jamie-Lynn Sigler gave birth to son Beau in August, and is getting back in shape by using Paleta, a "farm-to-table meal delivery service." Recently, Sigler, 32, posted a photo of her late night snack -- a peanut butter/cranberry energy bar -- and a balanced meal of what appeared to be meat, asparagus and tomatoes.
Alec Baldwin's wife, Hilaria, gave birth to their daughter, Carmen, in August, and she couldn't wait to get back to the gym. "I exercise nearly every day. Every once in a while I'll take a day off, but even then, I'm pretty active. I walk a lot, do yoga and Physique 57, which is a ballet barre class," she said. "I also jog and spin. In general, it's about treating yourself well -- eating to nurture yourself, listening to your body, exercising. And doing it because your body wants to move, not because you're punishing yourself."
Seven weeks after she gave birth to her daughter, Everly, Jenna Dewan told Self magazine that she'd lost 33 pounds. Her trick was staying in shape while she was pregnant. "I was working out almost every single day or walking or hiking, anything that made me feel good," she said. Now, to stay in shape, she dances, which her husband, Channing Tatum, seems to love. "Chan laughs because he walks in on me doing my routine to Lil Wayne in the living room," she said. "He hasn't jumped in yet, but I'm going to have to work on that!"
All eyes were on Kate Middleton in the days and weeks after she gave birth to Prince George in July, and naturally, she didn't disappoint. In September, she made her first red carpet appearance since the delivery, and she looked as glamorous as ever. She's yet to explain how she bounced back so quickly, but she did recently play volleyball in heels!