• Suki Waterhouse is a happily a mom
  • Her journey was a little rock at first
  • HERE is how she describes it all

Suki Waterhouse, the stunning model turned singer and actress, recently got real about her pregnancy and the early days of motherhood in a heart-to-heart with 'British Vogue.' At 32, embracing her new role as a mom, Waterhouse shares insights that are as raw as they are relatable.

Raw emotions

"I wish I hadn't wanted to find out," Waterhouse admits, reflecting on her eagerness to learn her baby's gender. The moment she found out it was a girl, emotions overwhelmed her.

"I called my mom in a flood of tears," she confesses. The fear of repeating her own tumultuous teenage years with her daughter sent her spiraling. Yet, her mother's reassurance offered comfort, reminding us all of the timeless worries that come with parenthood.

"I was like, 'Oh my God, am I going to have to go through what [you] went through with me?'" Waterhouse recalled asking her mom. "I was just such a little bitch. [My mum] usually loves telling my terrible teenager stories, but she was like, 'No, no you were great. You were amazing, you were fine.'"

Since having her daughter, Waterhouse says she has a deep appreciation for her own mother, noting that she often tells her, "You are incredible and I don't know how you had four kids under eight."

Fast forward to the arrival of her and fiancé Robert Pattinson's (38) bundle of joy in March, Waterhouse's transition into motherhood has been nothing short of a transformative journey. April saw her sharing an intimate glimpse into her "fourth trimester" on Instagram.

She took a minute to honor her postpartum experience in her caption, noting that the adjustment to being a new mom had been challenging.

"The fourth trimester has been… humbling! the postpartum period has been filled with exhilarating joy, so much laughter, tears, so many hormones!" Waterhouse wrote. "I’m proud of everything my body has achieved and proud of the kindness and grace I’ve given myself during this recovery period."

Clad in postpartum underwear and a bralette, she didn't shy away from the raw and real aspects of postpartum recovery. "Humbling!" is how she describes the experience, highlighting the joy, laughter, tears, and hormonal whirlwind that it entailed.

Through it all, Waterhouse's admiration for her own mother has deepened, marveling at how she raised four kids under eight. It's a sentiment many new mothers can relate to, as they navigate the complexities of parenthood themselves.

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Suki Waterhouse's journey into motherhood is a testament to the strength, resilience, and profound love that defines the experience. Her candid revelations offer a glimpse into the realities of pregnancy and the postpartum period, reminding us of the beauty and challenges that come with bringing new life into the world.