Strictly’s Janette Manrara cruelly mum-shamed as she works out 12 weeks after giving birth | The Sun

JANETTE Manrara has been cruelly mum-shamed after posting a clip of her working out 12 weeks after giving birth.

The Strictly It Takes Two presenter, 39, welcomed her first child, daughter Lyra Rose, with husband Aljaz Skorjanec at the end of July.

Former show professional Janette took to Instagram to share a video from a recent session and told fans she had started a new 12 week programme.

Alongside the post she wrote: "It’s scary to get back into training after so long because my body has definitely changed since Lyra, but I would not have it any other way!"

While many fans were quick to praise Janette, some were more critical of her working out so soon after having a baby.

One wrote: "Listen to your body and don't overdo it.

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"There is so much pressure to get back to you."

Another said: "Take recovery easily and exercise with patience and you’ll get there."

And a third added: "Take time to rest too, just as important."

Janette was recently forced to defend her decision to cut her maternity leave short.

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Earlier this month, she returned to work co-hosting Morning Live, just six weeks after Lyra's birth.

She will also be back on hosting duties of Strictly It Takes Two alongside new co-host Fleur East from Monday, September 25.

In an interview with HELLO! Magazine, she said: "But I’m really proud of being able to get back into work, and Aljaz has been my number one cheerleader.

"It’s wonderful to know that a working mum can still be a great mum."

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