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‘Snapped All the Way Back’: Porsha Williams, Sister Lauren and Bestie Shamea Morton Have Fans Raving Over Their Figures

A photo Porsha Williams uploaded to Instagram recently may as well have been captioned “the real moms of Atlanta.”

Williams, who has long been a peach holder on Bravo’s reality TV series “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” posed with her sister Lauren Williams and her best friend Shamea Morton as the trio rocked fitted neon-bright colored dresses.

“🍊🍓🍏 #YummyMummy Shya 7month/PJ 3month/Bales 3years Postpartum 🔥” Williams captioned the group photo she shared on July 6.

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(From left) Shamea Morton, Porsha Williaams, Lauren Williams. (Photo: @porsha4real/Instagram)

The orange, strawberry and apple emoji corresponded to the colors of the dresses Morton, herself and Lauren wore to her birthday outing last month. Meanwhile, Williams also commented on the length of time it’s been since each woman in the photo gave birth to their only children, who are all girls.

While the ladies got remarks about their brightly-hued dresses, others immediately praised their after-baby bodies.

“SNAPPPPPPED all the way back 🔥🔥🔥”

“Snap back fr 💛”

“Yessss everybody got there body back lol 😂 @porsha4real ❤️😘❤️”


“PORSHA, where you put the baby fat girl???? You look MARVELOUS!!!!!!💐💐💐🔥🔥🔥”

The newest mom in the group is Williams. She’s made it clear she’s in no rush to get back to the size she used to be prior to welcoming daughter Pilar Jhena’ into the world in March. In fact, she’s been embracing her current figure, and it’s something fans can agree on.

“Mommy rolls and baby fat,” Williams captioned an image of her cuddling with Pilar in May. A month later, the rumored single mom responded in the affirmative when a fan commented on an Instagram photo, “Real after birth belly.”

Williams has likely had to take it easy to get back into shape since she welcomed Pilar, whose father is the star’s alleged ex-fiancé, Dennis McKinley, via a cesarean section on March 22.

The star opened up about the birth process to People magazine in April and admitted the delivery was not easy.

“A lot of people think that C-sections are easy — an easier way to give birth. But I assure you, it is full, serious surgery,” Williams told the publication. “It was difficult! Even recovery — healing from the cut and taking care of a newborn while being on pain medication and dealing with your body’s shock of having just had a baby. I’m doing pretty good now, but it was just a lot.”

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