Hottest female celebs under 30 who have kids – If you thought that motherhood was a thief of good looks and a hot body, then you would be wrong. So totally, completely, utterly wrong. Here we have 20 ladies that show us that you can still be a mom and be a stunner. Here is our list of the 20 Hottest Female Celebs Under 30 You Didn’t Know Have Kids. Really, we weren’t even aware that these hot mamas were literally hot moms.
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But, here you have it. There are singers, athletes, models, and actresses here who have not let motherhood put a damper on their lives or careers. In fact, motherhood has brought out the best in these women!
We all might think that once a woman gets pregnant, she needs to ditch the mini-dresses, the bathing suits, and the body-hugging outfits. The reality is that with hard work and self-care, a woman can give the best to her baby and herself. Just take a look at Hilary Duff, Heather Morris, Hayden Panetierre, and the other lovely ladies on our list. And prepare to be amazed at just how good motherhood looks on them!
And by the way; whoever said that women were not strong was so mistaken. These gals are tough and hot!
20. Teresa Palmer
Teresa Palmer is going to star in the remake of a 1991 thriller, and this Aussie actress is the perfect fit for the role. She is tough, sexy, and who knew? A mom! The actress and model shines bright wherever she goes, and she should be a beautiful damsel in distress in Point Break. The 29-year-old almost didn’t make it onto our list, but here she is. Her son is Bodhi Rain, born in 2014. Teresa had Bodhi with Mark Webber, an actor-director she married in late 2013. Be sure to catch Teresa in other upcoming films, such asLights Out, The Choice, and Hacksaw Ridge.
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