Amber Rose is back to her pre-baby weight, nearly 10 months after giving birth to her son, Sebastian, on  Feb. 21. The 30-year-old former video vixen posted a photo showing her weight loss alongside a picture of herself when she was pregnant.

Wearing a form-fitting tank top and short shorts, it's clear that Rose has been working out and eating healthily. She recently admitted she weighed 202 pounds at the peak of her pregnancy, though most people were unable to tell because of her height -- she tops 5'7". She worked out for an hour and a half each day with celebrity trainer Jeanette Jenkins to lose the extra weight, and she revealed it was no easy feat to drop the pounds.

“It's hard to get off baby weight," she told E! News. "It's a different kind of weight, because for nine months you stretch your stomach out, and then it's hard to get that back. I'm working on it.” 

Last month, Rose posted a picture illustrating her weight loss with the caption, “I'm almost at my goal weight. Just 7 pounds to go! Absolutely no surgery just diet & exercise. Most celebs give u false hope when u have a baby (My son was 9lbs) and in 3 months ur supposed to be skinny again.... It's not realistic in most cases. It takes 6 weeks to heal before u could even work out. Anyway, the moral of the story is losing baby weight the natural way takes longer but it's much healthier for ur body and helps u stay strong to carry another baby. So don't put ur life at risk for societies standards of when ur suppose to lose ur pregnancy weight. Take ur time & don't take the easy way out [sic]– Muva”

She may have been indirectly speaking about Kim Kardashian, who began showing off her weight loss three months after giving birth to North West. Rose dated Kanye West, Kardashian’s fiancé, before he ended up with Kim, and Rose accused Kardashian of cheating on then-boyfriend Reggie Bush with West.

Regardless, Rose is right, as women are supposed to get permission from their doctor before starting any exercise program after having a child. Doctors usually recommend waiting six to eight weeks post-partum.