Tiffani Thiessen Is Fine With Baby Weight

After having her baby daughter in June, Tiffani Thiessen isn’t worried about losing the baby weight.

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New mom Tiffani Thiessen is okay with her new body after giving birth to Harper Renn.

Thiessen, 36, told People, “I’d love to be my size again but my body is just not that way. It doesn’t work that way for me and I’m okay with that.”

Thiessen lost 30 of the 50 lbs she had gained during pregnancy, but is having a difficult time losing the rest.

“When you’re running on four hours of sleep it’s a little hard to get motivated but I am definitely trying. I’m going to the gym three to four times a week and I started to run again. It’s about trying to balance and find the time to do it.”

The former Saved By The Bell and 90210 star is enjoying being a mom.

“She is a definite momma’s girl. She is very attached. When I’m nursing she just sits there and looks at me. She’ll sit there, then she’ll pull off and laugh. She is totally playing a game.”

Thiessen is excited to launch a new project, “I’m starting a new line [called] Petit Nest. It’s baby furniture, bedding and wall art. We launch in October.”

Good for you, Kelly Kapowski!

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