Thanks to an open bikini, Hilary’s new tattoos on private areas were seen to fans.
Just one year after giving birth to her third child, Hilary Duff flaunted her incredible shape for the January 2023 issue of the Australian Women’s Health. The Lizzie McGuire actress, 35, demonstrated her progress by displaying her toned body after overcoming an eating condition that made her feel uncomfortable in her own skin.
She smiled in the tight outfits as she changed from one blue swimsuit to the next, showcasing her muscular stomach and ripped biceps. Her extensive ink collection was prominently shown in many places, including the roses on the inside of her right bicep next to a crescent moon, star, and triangle formed by a pointed downward arrow. She also had a bear tattoo on her hip bone that had never been seen before. The How I Met Your Father actress also received a ghost tattoo with the words “ride or die” on the bottom, which she got alongside best friend Alanna Masterson. She also has “Let It Be” inked on her right foot.
On the right side of her rib cage, a smiley face and the French phrase “Ma Petite Amie,” which means “my girlfriend,” were both tattooed. She also disclosed to Women’s Health that the word “mother” has been tattooed recently on the back of her neck. The mother-of-three said to the magazine that it wasn’t until the birth of her second child, three-year-old daughter Banks, that she felt at ease in her own flesh once more.
After the divorce, she said, “I didn’t even know if I would have the chance to have another kid.” Being a mother once more, perhaps. It was a variety of factors, including becoming content and appreciating my strength, talent, and intelligence. It’s all mental. The pressure to be “thin” as an actress, according to Duff, may be challenging to deal with and contributed to an eating disorder that lasted a year when she was 17 years old.
She described her battle with an eating disorder, which led to her admission to an anorexia and bulimia treatment center, as “horrifying.” At 34, I have a lot more regard for my body, she continued. It has helped me create a lovely family and has brought me everywhere I need to go. I believe that as I get older, I become more comfortable in my own skin.
When Duff was just eight years old, she received the lead part of Wendy in the 1998 made-for-TV film Casper Meets Wendy, which served as her big debut in the entertainment industry. She rose to fame in 2001 because to her popular Disney Channel series Lizzie McGuire, which helped her land roles in movies and television shows including Younger and A Cinderella Story. She and her husband Matthew Koma share their two children, Banks and Mae, one, and Luca, ten, with her ex-husband Mike Comrie.