Size 14 and still wobbly: Jodie Kidd in no rush to lose weight after giving birth to baby boy

Rigorous exercise and a strict diet might be the norm for most stars desperate to lose weight after having a baby. 

But former heroin chic model, Jodie Kidd, says she is in no rush to squeeze back into her size 10s after giving birth to her son, Indio, eight months ago. 

The 33-year-old, 6ft beauty, is happy being a 'good, size 14' and proud of her wobbly bits.

Happy: Jodie Kidd pictured at an awards ceremony is loving being a mother and embracing her size 14 figure

Happy: Jodie Kidd is loving being a mother and embracing her size 14 figure

Speaking to the Sunday Mirror, she said: 'I don't care. I don't even weigh myself and I've always been quite relaxed about it. Eight months later and I'm still wobbly.'

Miss Kidd said she was gobsmacked when she saw Amanda Holden from Britain's Got Talent displaying a svelte figure after giving birth.

But the model said losing weight is not her priority and instead she is embracing her changing body.

As she was: Jodie Kidd at London Fashion Week in 2004

As she was: Jodie Kidd at London Fashion Week in 2004

She said: 'All I know is that I'm a good two sizes bigger than I was before.'

Miss Kidd kept swimming late into her pregnancy and was back in the water within a couple of months of giving birth.

She also revealed that she stopped breast feeding only three weeks ago despite giving birth last September to Indio, who was born two weeks early by emergency caesarean section weighing just under 8lbs.

Her Argentinian polo playing partner, Andrea Vianini, 46, who is Indio's father, use to be a racing car driver and luckily got her to the hospital in time.

Miss Kidd, who starred on Strictly Come Dancing and was a show jumper as a child, is already hoping for more children in the future. 

But despite wanting to create a bigger family, she said she is no hurry to walk up the aisle just yet after her marriage to Aidan Butler ended in 2007. 

Miss Kidd now splits her time between the UK and Andrea's two homes in Uruguay and Argentina.

The comments below have not been moderated.

The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline.

We are no longer accepting comments on this article.

Who is this week's top commenter? Find out now