I’m a mom with an apron belly – I just hide it with high-waisted undies, but it’s totally normal

A mother with an apron belly has challenged other women with similar shapes to wear her belly with pride.

There’s nothing to be ashamed of, she said, because it’s perfectly normal.

TikTok user Shelli hides her apron belly behind high-waisted underwear


TikTok user Shelli hides her apron belly behind high-waisted underwearCredit: TikTok/stylenright
But she was happy to show hers to reassure others it was completely normal


But she was happy to show hers to reassure others it was completely normalCredit: TikTok/stylenright

Shelly (@styleright) admitted to hiding hers behind high-waisted underwear, but was happy to show it off to reassure others.

This brave lady responded to a comment on her TikTok saying, “I have an apron belly and I love your page for inspiration.”

In her postShe revealed what her high-waisted panties contained under her shorts.

Without much fuss, she pulled her shorts and pants down below her neck, exposing her apron midriff — and there was no shame here.

I'm a medium height mom with an'apron stomach' - this is how I style relaxed denim
I'm medium height and have an apron belly. Skims viral dress makes me feel so beautiful

“A lot of us have apron bellies,” she said, “under our high-waisted underwear.”

She reminded the women that it was “completely normal.”

For her, having one was like being in the “cool kids’ club.”

“No matter how we made it,” she wrote, “we stick together.”

It wasn’t always perfect, she admitted, but she found peace with it.

“I don’t always love it, but I’ve learned to live with it. Wear it with pride,” she urged her apron-bellied sisters.

Commenters on her post were blown away by her openness about her belly rolls.

“Belly Apron Club unite,” said one.

“The cesarean gave me mine,” this lady wrote. “Thanks for making me feel normal.”

This viewer had a different name for her: “I call it my kangaroo pouch.” It held my 11 lb baby.

The last commenter wanted to know where to subscribe.

“I didn’t know it had a name. Can I join the club?” she asked.

With apron bellies, she comforted other women


With apron bellies, she comforted other womenCredit: TikTok/stylenright


“Belly Apron Club Unite,” said one viewerCredit: TikTok/stylenright

Emma James

Emma James is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma James joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing emmajames@ustimespost.com.

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