Stacy Keibler, pregnancy expert, won’t shut up about her healthy, organic pregnancy


Are itsy-bitsy babydoll dresses appropriate for pregnant women? Scratch that, are itsy-bitsy babydoll dresses appropriate for any grown-ass woman? Here are some photos of Stacy Keibler, out and about in LA on Wednesday. Her outfit makes no sense to me: babydoll minidress, a leather vest, fringe-tastic purse and suede booties (with extra fringe)?! The eff? Anyway, Stacy has been talking about her pregnancy all over the place this week coughcoughcough not that it’s about anyone in particular. Of course none of what she says is in any way pointed of shade-baiting. Never! Most of what she has to say is just normal pregnant-woman stuff, like “I feel very blessed!” and such. Some highlights from all of the press she’s been doing:

Her food cravings: “I’m really boring and don’t have any! But I can tell what I eat does affect the baby in different ways. The baby will kick around depending what I eat.”

She’s expecting a girl: “I am so excited! I can’t wait to dress her. My husband is having so much fun picking out clothes.”

Staying in shape: “I make sure to walk everyday! I also make sure to eat healthy and organic foods. Eating healthy is very important to me right now because it builds a foundation for the baby’s health. I want to make sure my daughter will have healthy, organic foods and not fill her up on sugar and oil and things like that.”

Morning sickness: “I haven’t had one day where I’ve been sick or tired…I’ve had so much energy, but I’m very conscious of making sure I work out every day and eating healthy, so I really, truly believe that’s a big part of it.”

Organic: “I try to be as organic as possible, especially with food. I not only try to eat organic, but no preservatives, nothing artificial.”

[From Star Magazine & People Magazine]

Well, I guess we should have expected this. The Motherhood Industrial Complex is so powerful these days that Stacy Keibler has basically fashioned a new career for herself based only on being pregnant for the first time. While I think it’s fine for Stacy to shill for her organic, active pregnancy, it also feels slightly judgy on her part. Like, women have no one to blame but themselves if they have a “bad” pregnancy, or they have morning sickness or whatever. Because obviously they weren’t as healthy as Stacy. And because every woman’s pregnancy is the same, don’t you know?

Stacy has also been Instagramming about her pregnancy, and she’s a pregnancy-blogger now, because she’s an expert I guess. She’s been posting photos of her pilates workouts, reminding everyone: “Stretching your obliques is key during pregnancy. I devote at least 15 minutes each day to stretching! #fitpregnancy #pregnancytip.” She also recommends using ghee instead of butter. Ugh! My dad used to make ghee and it is the most disgusting smell ever. My favorite Instagram was the one she posted of herself and her husband Jared in what is an obviously posed, formal portrait. She tacked on this message: “Happy First Father’s Day to my hubby!!! Our daughter is so lucky to have u as her daddy.” Your move, Amal Alamuddin.



Photos courtesy of Fame/Flynet and Stacy’s Instagram.

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  1. Maria says:

    I have nothing of value to add.

    I LOVE that blue /white dress she’s wearing, it’s gorgeous to me.

    • Emma13 says:

      Not just to you! That’s a beautiful dress and I really really want it : (

      I think the last picture is nice. Yes, it’s staged but I think it also looks sweet.

      • Pandy says:

        Agree. Last pic does look sweet. She looks happy and not “stifled” as she looked as Clooney’s arm candy.

    • Selina says:

      Agree on the dress. I admire her muscle tone.

    • L says:

      Seriously. I want that dress. It might be a staged picture, but it looks natural and not forced.

    • kri says:

      I love that dress too. Perfect fr a garden party or outdoor summer wedding. And HAHAHA! You know, alot of people were dissing this chick as dumb or beneath Clooney, but her PR game is damn good. Check, mate. She knows how to work what she’s got.

  2. Lil says:

    Reinventing herself ….. AGAIN!

  3. tk says:

    she was never that lovey dovey with clooney

    • Anonny says:

      It takes two to tango. He’s never been lovey dovey (in photographs, at least) with any of his alleged girlfriends.

      • Caroline says:

        Yes Clooney did look lovey dovey, what a stupid expression, with Eli and Stacey – but only on the red carpet of course.

  4. Sullivan says:

    Blech. She’s giving me morning sickness and I’m not even pregnant.

    • Tanguerita says:

      Lol. So true.

    • eva says:

      Ha! Perfect

    • starrywonder says:

      Yep. I am sick of her. Seriously Stacey Keibler your 15 minutes are pretty much up. No one is interested in her since Clooney has moved on and I think she may get some people interested in her but when you have big name celebs like Goop, Reese Witherspoon and others getting in on the website and mommy blogs she doesn’t stand a chance. Not that I think they are the bees knees either.

      • BangersandMash says:

        I will take Stacey over Goop and Witherspoon any day of the week, month or year.

        I like her, she knows her place and she’s working it for all it’s worth.

    • Green Is Good says:

      Sullivan, ha ha!

  5. Eleonor says:

    If I had those legs I’ll show them all the time.

  6. Nur says:

    I have been eating healthily (meaning mostly organic and green, all home made, no preservatives or processed food of any kind) for the last three years since my father’s cancer diagnosis and it has made a huge impact on my life quality. However, i have not come suddenly to this realization just because I started growing a baby in me but I did it for all for myself and my own health. It drives me crazy that ppl suddenly become all health judges once they conceive. If you do it, do it for yourself first, not because the new age mommy complex requires it.
    And as a side note, I have been pregnant and had a terrible time and miscarried in the end and my healthy ways did not help any of that. So shut up about it Miss Keibler!

    • Tiffany27 says:

      I’m sorry to hear about your miscarriage. Sending good vibes your way and I agree with everything you said.

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      I’m so sorry for your loss. And you’re right, she’s over-simplifying the whole thing. Of course, it’s good to eat healthily but that will not prevent morning sickness or miscarriage. All the best to you.

    • Francesca says:

      Yeah, she needs to slow her preachy roll. Pregnancy is one unpredictable ride. No amount of organic food or prego pilates can keep some scary or unexpected complications from happening. I wish her and her baby good health. I just wish she wouldn’t seem so smug and confident about it all…

      • Nur says:

        Thx for the best wishes. Like one poster below commented, my problem turned out to be genetic. You can try to stay as healthy as you can by the choices you make but no amount of organic and healthy food can completely reverse the problems you are gentically predisposed to. Thats just totally out of your control.
        There is no magic fix, in nature or anywhere else. You can try to minimise the damage and hope for the best.

      • We Are All Made of Stars says:

        And yet she never said that eating healthily did. Why put words in her mouth?

        “I haven’t had one day where I’ve been sick or tired…I’ve had so much energy, but I’m very conscious of making sure I work out every day and eating healthy, so I really, truly believe that’s a big part of it.”

        That sounds completely plausible and reasonable to me, and the statement is clearly contained to her own personal experience.

  7. perplexed says:

    I didn’t feel she sounded judgmental. She said “I” a lot so I took that to mean she was talking only in relation to herself.

    If she had said “all women” or “you must take my advice” I’d understand the criticism. But what she said here sounds harmless to me.

    Since she looks good, fit, and healthy, I’m inclined to listen to what she has to say. She doesn’t sound quite as airheady as George Clooney made her (and all his other girlfriends) out to be. She also doesn’t sound like Giselle Bundchen who uses odd phrasing at times.

    I don’t always follow all of these healthy choices as a non-pregnant person, but whenever I hear a celebrity talking about how they eat in a healthy way it sounds sensible to me, whether or not I actually follow what they’re saying. She’s always looked healthy and fit so I’m inclined to think she was eating this way even before the pregnancy. From the way her body looks, I would assume she was always kind of a health nut.

    • SpookySpooks says:

      Me neither. She sounds perfectly fine.

    • Jess says:

      I agree with you! I actually think it’s kinda cute and she’s just excited about becoming a mother, her world is centered around that right now so it comes out on her social media outlets. Doesn’t come off sounding judgmental to me.

    • Kenny Boy says:

      Yeah, she said zero words about pregnancy in general, or how other women take care of their bodies. She is only talking about her own experience, which she has every right to do.

    • Kate2 says:

      Yeah, I really don’t care about this chick and I have never been preggo but I didn’t think anything she said was obnoxious or preachy at all. She wasn’t telling anyone to do what she said, she was saying that this is what she felt helped her avoid problems. She didn’t say she was right.

      I just think too much has been read into her comments.

      • Amanda_M87 says:

        I agree. I find people often read too much into what celebrities say, especially when it comes to pregnancies. She’s just talking about her own personal experience.

    • Lucinda says:

      She sounds like a woman pregnant for the first time. She also sounds boring. The reality is she was relevant ans Clooney’s girlfriend and she did a good job parlaying that into something else. But it doesn’t make her particularly interesting or insightful. That’s all.

      • Becky1 says:

        I agree @ Lucinda

      • perplexed says:

        Sorry, I should have clarified I’m inclined to listen to what she has to say about exercise and eating in the same way I might listen to a personal trainer simply because she herself looks as fit as one. Because she physically looks to be in good shape and happy at the same time, I’d probably find myself listening to what she says on food and nutrition more so than to Reese Witherspoon or Gwyneth Paltrow, despite their being clearly more pop-culture relevant because of their movie work.

        I have no opinion on her either way as a regular celebrity, though. Or the state of her and Clooney’s former relationship.

    • Marianne says:

      I agree that she’s probably just excited to be a mom which is why she gushes alot…but it could come across as “judgy” to some people. Especially when she says things like “stretching your obliques is key during pregnancy. #pregnancy tip”. As though that works for everyone.

      • perplexed says:

        Maybe pregnancy is viewed differently than just being a non-pregnant person trying to maintain their health (hence, my confusion of why her comments would be considered loaded), but I just take her tips in the same way I might read tips from Prevention or Self magazine or any number of people who excel at or show a strong interest in fitness. I wouldn’t be naïve enough to take her as seriously as a real doctor, but what she’s saying sounds like stuff fitness aficionados like to share with other people with the same interests. Since she’s a former wrester (a somewhat odd profession to me, for sure), I don’t see her emphasis and interest in fitness to be unusual for the line of work she’s in.

        The Instagramming stuff might be a segue into another kind of career based on personal coaching/training, but since everyone is now on Instagram showing pictures of themselves I see that more as a symptom of our times, and as such am not bothered by her trying to fit in with what everybody else who is famous or not-famous is doing right now. It just kind of seems like something everybody is doing because that’s the “in” thing right now, and some people benefit from sticking their pictures on the site with captions and others probably don’t. But I see this applying to non-famous people as much as famous people. I think of her being on Instagram in the same vein as friends being on Facebook rather than as a concerted, personal money-making effort to annoy people and raise their ire in the same vein as GOOP…although anyone who succeeds on those sites could probably then take what they’ve learned from that experience to do exactly that in the future. But at the present stage, I don’t find what she’s doing to be problematic.

    • Virgilia Coriolanus says:

      I agree–I don’t give two figs about this chick. I don’t hate her, I wish her well, and I don’t care about what she does. But she does not sound judgmental AT ALL. She’s talking about herself, and HER experience so far.

  8. Gwen says:

    I’m a bit tired of people taking diggs at Cloney’s former contracts. Why on take diggs at them and not Cloney who made it happen repeatedly? For that matter it would make more sense if Stacy is now the one in a real relationship and Cloney is that one who just picked a different sort of woman for his next contract. But oh no, let’s go after the women – obviously pitching them against each other and just ignore Cloney. Of course.

    • Jaderu says:

      Agree completely. Why such a harsh analysis of such a harmless interview of an excited expectant mother. Like no other celebrity has ever given an interview going on and on about her experience with pregnancy and what exercise, diet, etc she’s using.
      I know she used Clooney as a springboard to a career but she actually sounds happy.
      Considering the PRapalooza that King George Clooney has been rolling out, I’m sure we’ll get the same type of interview in a year or so from Amal when she’s knocked up with the George’s mini-me. If that charade of an engagement even makes it that far….

    • Lady says:

      Exactly what I was thinking. She said she prefers real food and exercise someone shoot her!

  9. DanaG says:

    As per usual Stacy doesn’t have a clue. Morning sickness and a bad pregnancy have nothing to do with what you eat or if you exercise. Stacy is lucky but she is too stupid to realise that. She is going to be even more annoying once the kid is here.

    • Francesca says:

      You said it better than I did. She really is over estimating how much influence she has over pregnancy.

    • We Are All Made of Stars says:

      The diet, weight, and overall health of the mother absolutely has an impact on pregnancy. No, this is not the same as saying that all problems are caused by or can be solved by diet and exercise, but let’s not pretend that one’s choices have no impact on the mother or child. I would also point out that the idea of food as a form of medicine as well as nutrition is commonplace all over the world. She’s telling a story about how she takes care of herself and her unborn child. Good for her.

      • amara says:

        Very well said.

      • perplexed says:

        I agree.

      • perplexed says:

        I think I’m used to seeing Dr. Oz give similar remedies for morning sickness (and everything else), whatever Stacy is saying sounds standard to me.

        I believe people when they say nothing can actually cure morning sickness completely, but so many people offer the same and/or similar advice related to remedial solutions for temporary relief I don’t think anything she had to say sounds particularly inflammatory or odd.

      • jwoolman says:

        Don’t know about pregnancy, but my menstrual cramps completely vanished when I started doing a few minutes of yoga stretches every day. Before that, I had noticed the cramps were always milder if things started during the day when I was active. My guess is that I was just marginal enough on muscle tone or something in that area that the stretches moved me into the comfortable zone. I imagine such problems were rarer in times and places where women were more likely to do hard physical labor routinely. Hence also the stories of women popping out babies and returning to the fields in an hour… So it’s logical to assume that unless other problems exist, our bodies are set up to handle both menstruation and childbirth without difficulties but some aspects of modern life may be interfering.

        A friend’s doctor told her long ago to consider childbirth as an athletic event and prepare accordingly.

  10. Loopy says:

    I don’t think Amal is the type to make a ‘move’, she seems very laid backed and not fussed. And maybe Stacy is just generally happy.

  11. Schmathleen says:

    When is this baby due? Wait til it’s big enough to be ramming your stomach up your oesophagus while tap dancing on your ribs and playing corners with your lungs before you get too carried away with the never-sick not-tired bragging. Then it’ll be all Nutella, TimTams and a comfy recliner.
    Ok let’s talk about me.

    • Kay says:

      Six months preggo here and now I want some Timtams! But I live in the states, and my brother and sister in law don’t get here from Australia for another 5 weeks…damn I need my Tim tam fix! Lol

  12. T.Fanty says:

    I take issue with that “I haven’t been sick because I’ve been eating well” BS. One of my close friends is a dancer, who is in good shape – she eats well, dances and does yoga daily, and she threw up for the entire nine months of her pregnancy. It’s about genetics, and so much of it is beyond the woman’s control. Sure, you should aspire to eat well, and exercise, but you should also do what you *can.* I worked out four days a week during my first pregnancy, and still put on 80lbs. During my second, when I had a toddler, it was all I could do to drag myself out of bed in the morning, and when I got migraines, my doctor prescribed caffeine, so I had a daily coke, and it was the highlight of my day. Everyone is different, and I do take offense when people get preachy.

    Rant over.

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      I also have a friend in excellent shape, all organic all the time, and she had a miscarriage and 3 very difficult pregnancies. I’m happy for Stacey, but she’s approaching smug territory. Did you ever hear that song “Pregnant Women Are Smug” by Garfunkle and Oates?

      I can’t count the ways now, you speak in cliches now, you’re really annoying…

  13. Mia4S says:

    Pregnancy as a career move, Mommy’s little meal ticket. Sorry, I find it repulsive. Getting knocked up makes you worth listening to? My neighbour’s 17 year old got knocked up, I guess I’ll tell her to go get her book deal!

    • littlemissnaughty says:

      Do I sense grumpiness? Because I’m right there with you. I’m not sure why pregnancy (or being a celebrity for that matter) means anyone should listen to you. Granted, Stacy doesn’t really give “advice” but so many celeb moms do and it’s so annoying. You got knocked up, you did NOT get a medical degree. Stop giving advice, you’re not qualified.

      • Mia4S says:

        Grumpiness maybe. Mostly just being completely over it. It’s amazing how Kerry Washington managed to make it through an entire birth and pregnancy without yammering on. Oh wait, no it’s not. Kerry had an actually interesting showbiz career to talk about instead. Extending your 15 minutes this way is just pathetic.

        And really if women are going to listen to a celebrity, how about one that’s on their third or so pregnancy, not their FIRST?! It’s like taking the word of an intern over the chief of surgery. It’s stupid!

    • Snowflake says:

      Exactly! Who is she to be dispensing pregnancy advice?

  14. Argirl says:

    I’m 35 weeks pregnant. I hate her.

    Okay, hate is a strong word. But could she be more annoying? When I was puking 14 times a day in the first trimester, what was I supposed to eat? When was I supposed to exercise when I couldn’t go three steps without getting sick? So clueless.

    • g0tch4 says:

      Seriously. I was sick for almost the entire first trimester. I’m just entering my third trimester and just left work to camp in my bathroom because I plan on projectile vomiting all over my bathroom very soon. Fk her.

    • Morgan says:

      Yeah. I’m 37 weeks and I read her article in Fit Pregnancy at the OB’s this week. She’s gotta be like 4 months pregnant in the pictures, going on and on about how much exercise she’s doing and how great she feels and how healthy she’s eating and I just wanted to give her a medal for being the very best pregnant mom ever.

  15. Kiddo says:

    So, wait. She stopped making cookies in trees? That was the only interesting thing about her.

    • cookie monster says:

      mmmm, I have visions of the soft ‘n chewy Chips deluxe, but I’d even settle for the iced animal cookies!!! I bet she scarfs these down all day long – it’s in her genes!

  16. eliza says:

    I didn’t find her statements obnoxious. She was simply discussing what she does or how she feels. She didn’t sound preachy or smug to me.

    • Marigold says:

      The preachy and smug part to me is where she says he hasn’t been (morning) sick because she’s been exercising and eating well. There’s no correlation between morning sickness and what you eat or do. Sure, maybe eating well and exercising will make a person feel good but it isn’t a way to avoid the massive influx of hormones that are to blame for morning sickness. She isn’t experiencing morning sickness because she’s lucky, not because of a healthy lifestyle. Her argument to the contrary makes it seem she believes other women have morning sickness because of what they eat or what they’re not doing and that’s just not how it works.

  17. Madi says:

    What trimester is she in? She may find her daily walks become a daily waddle when she gets bigger.

  18. truthful says:

    I never really cared much for her but now she has something to talk about its not too bad. she looks good and I love her lil outfit, I need it in my life.
    nice gams on her too.

    what happened to his string of broken hearts, where is everyone now, LOL

  19. Sighs says:

    Sorry, I’m calling BS. She’s never been tired? Not one day? Yeah right. I find most people who are yelling the loudest about how perfect their pregnancy is have the most issues. Usually mentally. Wait til you get to the last month, honey.

    • Delta Juliet says:

      Well, maybe she isn’t really doing anything other than exercising and taking it easy. If I hadn’t had to work throughout my entire pregnancy while puking for the entire 40 weeks I may not have been tired either.

    • ScrewStewrat99 says:

      I don’t know. My moms pregnancies with me and my sister were complete opposite. She said with me she was tired all of the time, but with my sister she was full of energy and constantly wanting to move and go. Maybe she really isn’t tired. Plus like the poster above said, she probably isn’t doing much to begin with.

  20. aenflex says:

    Blah blah blah. I’m with you Argirl. Pregnancy disagrees with me fully, I’m exhausted all of the time and a super-bitch to boot. Last thing I’m gonna do is head to the gym for some pre-natal pilates.
    Her choice and I’m glad she’s well, but what works for one won’t ever work for all.

  21. perplexed says:

    I’m no where in the kind of shape she is and I have a weakness for cheese-cake (even the processed kind), but I’m not offended by people who feel good about how they’re feeling saying why they feel healthy. As long as a celebrity doesn’t word her comments like Tracey Anderson, I’m open to hearing their thoughts on how to eat better and exercise.

    I thought Melissa Etheridge sounded odd when she was commenting on Angelina Jolie and her health, but Stacey Keibler sounds pretty benign to me.

    I also don’t seem Stacy Keibler anywhere in her quotes claiming to be Dr. Oz or to be a pregnancy expert. Sounds like she just gave her opinion in the same a friend might if you asked how things were going.

  22. lucy2 says:

    I’m always a little bothered by fame hungry women who try to turn their pregnancy into a career, and by first time pregnant women/mothers who act like they have it all figured out and are doing everything right.

  23. Nick says:

    I guess we are trying to start another “triangle”? Please do not. One is enough.

    • perplexed says:

      Yeah, I doubt either Amal or Stacy think about each other.

      Even if they did, this triangle sounds boring.

  24. j.eyre says:

    “babydoll minidress, a leather vest, fringe-tastic purse and suede booties (with extra fringe)?!” – Baby Brain? Or cravings, instead of craving food, she is craving fringe and overworked leather.

    • jwoolman says:

      I think she looks nice. It’s just a short non-tight dress and seems wonderfully comfortable. And no high heels! She can walk in them! She could even run in them! What’s not to love?

  25. GreenieWeenie says:


    Except not.

    I don’t wish anything less than an ideal labor and delivery on her, but honey–there’s a very real chance it won’t happen like that. Labor and delivery isn’t earned. It simply happens.

  26. AryaMartell says:

    It’s smug women like Stacy and the condescending women like her who have to act like they are experts on everything regarding pregnancy and child-rearing that make me think twice about having kids. Stacy is not nearly as bad as some female celebrities but even in this mild form this pisses me off. If this is what women turn into after getting pregnant then count me out. I think it’s vital to show respect and understanding to everyone and to have enough empathy to understand people have different values systems and have their own reasons for doing things in different ways. Judging anyone and making people feel guilty for being different from you by forcing your viewpoint on to people is why we have so many problems in the world and with the state kids are being raised today. When did we stop having enough empathy for others that we have to be so judgy?

    • amara says:

      I don’t think she was forcing her viewpoint on anybody. She was simply talking about her own pregnancy, how she feels and what she does to make herself feel good. She never said “if other women did this, they too would be healthy” or something stupid like that.

      • AryaMartell says:

        To be clear Amara, my main issue is the media setting up any woman with 2 seconds of fame is set up as an “expert” in pregnancy. I also felt she came off as pretty pretentious.

    • perplexed says:

      Sounds like a reporter asked her questions at a barbecue and she answered them. It doesn’t sound like she suddenly started talking about her pregnancy out of the blue.

      I’ve never had an opinion on Clooney’s girlfriends one way or the other, but she doesn’t sound terrible to me or condescending. I’m a little surprised that someone saying they like to eat right and exercise could be considered not sensible when answering a direct question.

      • AryaMartell says:

        Once again to be clear my bigger problem is how the media sets up anyone who has been famous as an expert in pregnancy and child-rearing. Also once again, in my opinion I think she comes off sounding pretentious.

      • perplexed says:

        I don’t think she sounds pretentious. I think she just gave her opinion on what she felt right for her particular body.

      • AryaMartell says:

        Ok. You are entitled to your opinion as I am entitled to mine.

  27. Bridget says:

    Meh, its a terrible outfit but I don’t think it’s ridiculously inappropriate, especially since “baby doll” (or empire, if you prefer) is a fairly standard pregnancy silhouette. And it probably would be a better length on someone who wasn’t 6 feet tall.

    The rest… good for her for having the desire and the ability to eat organic and exercise during pregnancy. But why is she even being interviewed?

  28. Nic says:

    I’m not buying what she’s selling but I find her somewhat likeable… well, I find myself rooting for her, which isn’t quite the same thing. I even googled her for 10 seconds, so now I’m an expert:

    This isn’t her first reinvention since she comes out of performance art (if not acting) through wrestling. And it’s a step up from wrestling (her move seems to have been to stick her butt up in the air and smile sweetly), but it’s also kind of a step up from George’s girlfriend too. At least as a pregnant woman and a mother she’s the boss. Go Stacy!

  29. amara says:

    Hmm, I don’t know….I didn’t really find anything offensive about her comments. I took it that she is speaking about her own experience with pregnancy; she is not judging other women because they might have morning sickness or don’t exercise.

    I was the same way when I was pregnant…I had no morning sickness at all, I ate healthy and exercised daily. I went to the gym up until 37 weeks….then I got bored of that and didn’t feel like it was worth the drive, so I just went on daily walks up until the day my daughter was born. Everything was in moderation and I followed my doctor’s orders and I made sure to rest a lot. That was just me though, I had an easy pregnancy and an easy delivery, but I know not everyone is that lucky and that pregnancy affects each woman differently. Like I said, I did not take it she was being judgmental towards other pregnant women.

  30. wow says:

    She looks so cute and wears her pregnancy extremely well. Not everyone can pull off the itsy bitsy dress look but she has the body to do so even while pregnant.

    What annoys me about Stacey though is that she seems to be in media competition with her ex as to who is most happiest after their breakup. And although I commend people for wanting to be healthy, extreme health nuts annoy me.

  31. Jayna says:

    My sister-in-law eats very healthy and is active, and her fourth pregnancy is a nightmare. She is nauseous all day, all night. My friend eats okay, nothing great, some junk food, not active, and she is adverse to even walking for exercise, and is breezing through pregnancy.

    Her comments, I haven’t had one day where I’m sick or tired, filled with energy. Good for her, but she’s no expert on pregnancy and why she didn’t get morning sickness.

  32. MSat says:

    I ate healthy, exercised and took care of myself all through my last pregnancy, and it ended in stillbirth. I am always a little nervous about moms who brag like this. It makes me uneasy. There is so much out of our control with having a baby. I feel like it’s bad luck to put yourself out there too much. You really never know how things are going to work out.

  33. cody says:

    If Stacy isn’t careful the whole new healthy lifestyle thing expert is going to back fire on her and she is going to turn into Goop. The next we will see her giving advise on raising healthy babies , then healthy kids and then how to communicate with you teenager on living a healthy lifestyle.

  34. lowercaselois says:

    Stacy can join the ranks of celebrities: Alicia Sliverstone, Jessica Alba, Gwyenth Paltrow, Jenny McCarthy , Dr. Phil ,who give us, the public, unwanted advice on what we are doing wrong in raising our children Get in line Stacy.

  35. Lydia says:

    Maybe Stacy never feels tired because, apart from her daily walks to her gym for the paparazzi, she’s at home sleeping? She doesn’t work a real job like most women.

    Why do all celebs act like they are the first women to ever be pregnant?

    • Becky1 says:

      Yes, it’s annoying. Most of them have the resources to not work (or cut way back on their work) while pregnant. They also have money to buy the nicest maternity wear, the best food, take all sorts of prenatal fitness classes, etc. Their experience of pregnancy is totally different from the majority of women yet they love to act as though they are pregnancy experts.

  36. birdy says:

    She is having a daughter? God help that kid if she is chubby.

    I really think Stacy has some serious body image issues. She is pregnant and walking every day. Plus Pilates 5 times a week. Plus hiking the canyons as per her twitter account. Stretching every single day. Everything must be organic. No sugar or unhealthy foods. WTF? She is pregnant and going overboard. You would think this would be the time in her life were she could cut herself some slack. I mean, I get that she has probably been on a diet for the past 15 years, she seems to have some seriously extreme body image issues and warped food viewpoints. I mean, she is super tall so she would most likely carry the baby weight well. Yet it is like she is overreacting to the idea of putting on any reasonable amount of weight plus the baby and is doing everything to combat it.

    But then, considering her “career” is based on the way she looks and who she use to date (who has moved on as well) and her hosting gig from last year doesn’t seem to have gotten picked up for a second season, she hasn’t updated her healthy living “website’ in months and she has no endorsements deals despite her organised pap shots with her favourite pap holding a particular product (from blind items about her), she might just be worried. I just think she believes that she remains what she considers to be hot and hustle for attention any way that she can. Lord know she has been papped in the same place in BH at least 6 times in the past few weeks.

    You would think this would be time that she could relax and enjoy the changes to her body. It seems like she is fighting them left, right and centre. And that will never make her a good role model for pregnancy. It is wonder why the pregnancy press is courting her? She will be bragging about being back in her skinny jeans within a fortnight of having the kid – I guarantee. How is that any good for her or the kid?

  37. Tolva says:

    She looks great. Sounds very happy too. Her hubby is hawt.
    In Europe there is a George Clooney commercial running and it plays up his heartthrob status,the commercial was probably made about two years ago. The lead girl in the commercial with him is somewhat a Stacey lookalike, she looks similar to Stacey. I thought it was her for a moment, but it’s not. I just thought it interesting he chose a lady for the commercial who looks similar to Stacey.

    P.S. she’s no worse than Advil Amal constantly leaking in the press through her family and law associates about her coming wedding with George. Advil is becoming totally annoying.

  38. Double edged says:

    Congrats to Stacy for her happy outcome post-Clooney; the other Clooney women seem not to have done so well. I don’t agree with her low-fat everything and over exercising (non-preg) for keeping in shape, but each to their own and whatever works for you. Setting yourself up as a lifestyle guru is always fraught with danger; people hate being told what to do. But some people do well out of it. Two things are clear: (1) don’t do the elitist thing like GOOP and (2) “make sure to” is grammatically incorrect.

  39. birdy says:

    Blind Items Revealed

    February 19, 2014
    At a store in NYC, this was heard as two brawny guys bullied people out of the way. “Everyone needs to clear this aisle. Move out of the aisle now. There is a celebrity coming and they will need their space. Please do not talk to or look at the celebrity. They will be here just a short time and then you can get back to shipping in this aisle. You will just have to wait.”

    Who shows up? This B list celebrity who is supposedly the host of some show on cable but is known for being contracted to this A+ list mostly movie actor. No one recognized her and everyone was laughing as she pretended to be shopping while paps took photos.

    Stacy Keibler

    Appears to be these pics:

    • Double edged says:

      Looks exactly like the Katie Holmes tanning production promotion! So it looks like Stacy Keibler was probably shooting a pseudo-natural product promotion for the mascara.

  40. Tolva says:

    Don’t worry Advil The fiancée will be doing the same things soon, is she hasn’t already.

  41. chocolate mint says:

    Forget organic, gluten free, dairy free, fat free, her secret is the Keibler cookies, trust me!! Heck, she even looks like one of the elves.

  42. Amulla says:

    I think its extremely humorous that celebrities seem to think they are the only ones who eat healthy, organic or gourmet foods. I am just an ordinary person, not a movie star; and I eat lots of organic, fresh produce and try to eat gluten free as well. I also eat ghee instead of butter like Stacy Keibler does. I drink lots of mineral water. I take vitamins. I exercise. I am sick of famous women (Gwyneth Paltrow being the biggest offender) thinking they are the only ones who eat healthy, or try to. They rub their diets in everyone’s face as though what they eat, or don’t eat, makes them really important somehow. Its even more annoying when celebrities publish cookbooks, even though they don’t even cook themselves and brag about having personal chefs create their meals for them. Want to learn about cooking? Talk to a grandma who raised a big family. Or take a cooking class taught by a REAL chef. Celebrities don’t know anything about cooking, and in some cases, know even less about acting.

  43. P.J. says:

    Her latest IG post from today or yesterday was about the “dangers” of the traditional orange liquid glucose test for gestational diabetes. I have no problem with a woman only eating organic, low fat, vegetarian, whatever (and Stacy pretty much has ALWAYS been this way; she also regularly fear mongers about gluten despite admittedly not having Celiac or any remote intolerance to it herself but that’s a whole other can of worms), but when you start preaching about things as if you went to medical school because some blog/neighbor/charlatan has told you that this or that is “unhealthy” or “dangerous” without any medical proof or training whatsoever to back it up, that’s where I totally draw the line. And Stacy Kiebler is turning out to be the queen of this risky Jenny McCarthy-esq movement-pre and during pregnancy.

    Her behavior also reminds me of how Selma Blair said that she refused to get a single sonogram throughout her pregnancy with her son because she “heard they were dangerous.” You know, because the countless potentially life threatening illnesses, defects and malformations that can be detected, diagnosed and even cured for baby due to early and regular ultrasounds are irrelevant and those risks are totally worth taking because someone randomly spoke negatively against them. JESUS. Where is the logic here??? Glad none of these women were my mother!

    • Amulla says:

      I also am tired of celebrities trying to play “doctor” and give out medical advice. Its downright scary that some people actually listen to them.

  44. Amy says:

    Ignore her and she’ll go away. Seriously.