‘Octomom’ Nadya Suleman poses in panties, brags about her body


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Octomom Nadya Suleman has officially become even more annoying, revealing to a British magazine Tuesday that she doesn’t have to watch what she eats to remain a size 8 after giving birth to 14 children.

Oh, yeah, she also revealed almost all of her body to the mag’s cameras, posing for nearly nude shots — think topless but demurely covering herself with her arms — that reveal her post-mega-pregnancy shape. And she noted that after being celibate for 13 years, she intends to stay that way for the next 15, even though she gets ‘way too much male attention.’


‘I just pinged back into shape like a rubber band after the kids — I don’t know how I did it,’ Suleman told Closer.

‘I eat like a horse, don’t count calories and have never owned a set of scales. I gained an entire human when I was pregnant with the octuplets ... but, two months later, I was a size 8 again. Now I never weigh myself.’

Suleman, 36, delivered her octuplets in 2009 after the births of six children via five pregnancies starting in 2001.

She said that for a while after the octuplets were born, she hit the gym for two hours a night, three times a week, and now runs 40 miles a week, but only for for stress relief.

Celebuzz has bunches of the nearly nude pictures, if you dare, and TMZ has more. (We’d offer to show you a picture from when she was pregnant but that would be a double-dare and, well, we’ve gotten too many ‘eww!’ reactions along the way.)

In addition to flaunting what the good lord gave her, Suleman bragged to the Brits a bit about something else:

‘I’m such a good mother,’ she said. ‘I’m so loving, and my kids are so happy. There’s never been a time I’ve regretted having so many.’


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