Hilary Duff Weight Loss: How Did The Actress Drop The Weight After Baby Luca? [PHOTO]

By Amir Khan on December 4, 2012 8:50 AM EST

Hilary Duff
Hilary Duff in 2009 (Photo: Creative Commons)

Hilary Duff's weight loss has been dramatic, and people are asking how the actress managed to drop so much weight shortly after giving birth to baby Luca. The Hilary Duff weight loss comes a mere eight months after giving birth, and the Hilary Duff weight loss has people chomping for her secret.

Hilary Duff and her husband Mike Comrie had baby boy Luca in March, and while the Hilary Duff weight loss has been a slow road, the actress is finally seeing results, tweeting a picture of size 26 jeans with the caption "Yaaaa bitches! Gabe Johns you're kickin my ass and its paying off! Skinny jeans! lets go!"

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Gabe Johns is the secret to the Hilary Duff weight loss, as the actress teamed up with the Los Angeles-based personal trained to drop the baby weight, according to US Weekly.

"Hilary and Gabe have been doing everything from boxing to two-a-day workouts incorporating wind sprints and jump roping in an effort to finally shed the baby weight," a representative for Hilary Duff said, when asked about the Hilary Duff weight loss. "Hilary's been steadily dropping pounds each week."

But while the Hilary Duff weight loss has come slowly and steadily, other recent moms try and lose the weight right away. Hilary Duff said her method worked for her, and that she isn't concerned about what other people do.

"There are some women who look the same right after -- I think they are freaks of nature! I don't know how that happens," she told Parents magazine. "I'm not one of those people. It takes your body nine months to get there -- really 10 months. So I'm trying to be patient but I'm working hard. And I think now more than ever, I appreciate my body and what it's done for me."

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