Ashley Graham proudly shows off stretch marks three months after twins birth

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Ashley Graham isn’t afraid to show motherhood, unfiltered.

Posing topless in her bathroom, the model and mother of three — who gave birth to twins Malachi and Roman in January — bared her belly, showing off her stretch marks.

“Hi, new tummy,” she posted. “We’ve been through a lot. Thank you #3monthspostpartum.”

In the series of photos, Graham, 34, poses in the mirror while covering her chest, pinching her tummy in one closeup shot.

The post got plenty of support from celebs and fans alike.

“Amazing the lives you’ve created and carried and pushed into this world,” fellow model Helena Christensen posted, while actress Freida Pinto added, “And that tummy has the most beautiful, wholesome stories to tell.”

“Thank you for posting the real you,” a fan commented. “This makes people going thru this feel like they are not alone.”

This isn’t the first time the Sports Illustrated model proudly displayed her stretch marks.

Over the years she’s been vocal about showing off her body on social media without airbrushing, like in December 2021 when she shared a snapshot of her pregnant belly captioned, “Justin says my stretch marks look like the tree of life.”

Graham and her husband Justin Ervin are also parents to two-year-old son Isaac, and the supermodel posted a video back in September 2020 making a heart around the stretch marks from her first pregnancy.

Whether it’s dancing in her bra and panties while pregnant or sharing a nude selfie, Graham has always advocated for body positivity on social media, especially during her pregnancy and motherhood journey.

“When I look at my new stretch marks and the changes that my body went through, it reminds me that, as women, we’re all superheroes,” she told Elle in 2020.

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