She has previously spoken frankly about what happened to her body when she welcomed her twins, and how she was approaching fitness and body image as a new mum.


Now, Zoe Saldana has been praised by her followers for not only sharing such a positive message about post-baby bodies, but for inspiring and celebrating mums everywhere.


The 37-year-old, who welcomed twin sons Bowie and Cy back in January, got conversation going on her Facebook page this week when she shared a gym selfie.


Showing off the fruits of her hard work over the past six months, the Guardians of the Galaxy star wrote: “Almost there! It’s been difficult but so rewarding. I feel strong. All it takes is determination. Mommies, we can all do it, damn it!!!”


In response to the positive comments she received on her post, the mother-of-two added: “We are stronger when we stick together – wishing each other good, cheering each other along.”



Zoe, who is married to Marco Perego, previously revealed how her body had been left ‘bent out of shape’ after her pregnancy.


“Everything from my thyroid to my platelets crashed. Thank God, we are all doing great now, but my body was really bent out of shape after the boys were born,” she said, earlier this year.


Almost there! It's been difficult but so rewarding. I feel strong. All it takes is determination! Mommies we can all do it, damn it!!!

Posted by Zoe Saldana on Wednesday, July 29, 2015


It’s great to see mums celebrating and supporting each other as they reach their milestones.




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