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Blac Chyna Reveals Her Pregnancy Weight Gain and Post-Baby Goals

by Rachel McRady 2:04 AM PDT, August 19, 2016
Playing Blac Chyna Reveals Her Pregnancy Weight Gain and Post-Baby Goals

Blac Chyna already has her post-pregnancy weight loss plan! The reality star took to Snapchat on Thursday to share how much weight she’s gained during her pregnancy and her plans for after she gives birth.

“So I weighed in I’m 183lbs, and loving it! So far I gained 48lbs,” Chyna wrote. “My goal weight after the baby will be 130lbs – I was 135lbs b4 the baby. I truly believe I will be 200lbs when I delivery that’s 17lbs away.”

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So to lose a potential 70 pounds to hit her goal weight of 130, Chyna already knows what she’s going to do.

“Strict diet/ Waist training/ Detox tea/ Working out,” she wrote.

Chyna also revealed that when she gave birth to her son, King Cairo, in 2012, she weighed 185 pounds – just two pounds away from her current weight.

She shared a photo of herself on the scale in September 2015, when she weighed 134.8 pounds, noting that at the time she was desperate to shed the remaining 4.8 pounds.

Perhaps, Chyna has gotten some post-baby inspiration from her future sister-in-law, Kim Kardashian. The mother of two has been sharing her weight loss journey with her fans on Snapchat after welcoming her son, Saint, in December.

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She posted that she weighed 123.8 pounds last week, attributing her success to workouts and the Atkins diet.

Chyna also noted in a recent Facebook Q&A with her fiancé, Rob Kardashian, that her weight loss is important for the couple deciding on a wedding date.

"If it was up to Rob, literally, we would go tomorrow," Chyna said.

"We would have been at the courthouse, downtown, a long, long time ago," Kardashian agreed.

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