Sinéad Kennedy won't give "a second thought" to those commenting on post-baby body
"People will pass remarks regardless."
RTE's Sinéad Kennedy has said she won’t be giving a second thought to others commenting on how she looks after having a baby as people will always have something to say.
The presenter returned to screens on RTE’s Today show after welcoming her first child, daughter Indie, in March last year.
Speaking on how she has learned that there will be critics no matter how she looks, Sinéad said she doesn’t care what viewers think about her weight and appearance.
She said: “I’ve found at my heaviest or at my lightest, that people will pass remarks regardless.
"You’re either too slim, too heavy or your hair is awful; there’s always something and people, if they’re that way inclined, will pick you apart.
"So I haven’t given it a second thought. I’m happy in how I look.
"I mean I look tired because I am tired,” she jokingly added.
The Winning Streak presenter previously told the RTE Guide that little Indie has been the “making” of her.
“I just look at her and wonder how I got this lucky in life to deserve this gorgeous human being; she’s been the making of me. I’m a completely different person,” she said, adding that she is "far more relaxed, far less stressed".
“I know this sounds naff, but I really feel like I was made to do this and I’m so happy. I feel I found myself by becoming a mother.”