Some celebrity moms kick their dieting and workouts into high gear after giving birth to lose the baby weight as soon as humanly possible. However, Meghan Markle wants to give the world a realistic depiction of motherhood, so she won’t be rushing to lose the weight.

The new mom gave birth to baby Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor in early May, and a royal source revealed she is still carrying some pregnancy weight.

According to her old acting resume, Meghan used to weigh just 113 lbs. However, she isn’t trying to get back to that specific size. Understanding that her body has changed, the Duchess of Sussex “wants to change the perception that you have to be skinny to be beautiful,” an insider told Us Weekly.

Prince Harry’s wife isn’t finding it simple to shed the pounds either. “It’s not easy to lose the weight,” a source said in July. “But she’s happy to be a realistic example to new mothers.”

The 37-year-old is likely holding onto some extra weight because she is breastfeeding. Sources told Us in the June 24 issue that Archie was being fed while the rest of the royal family waved from the balcony at the Trooping of the Colour.

“The reason Harry and Meghan didn’t appear on the balcony when the Queen returned back to Buckingham Palace was because she was breastfeeding,” the source said.

Meghan and Kate Middleton are very different when it comes to baby weight. Kate may have gained less weight, but that’s likely because the Duchess of Cambridge suffered from severe morning sickness, making it difficult to put on weight. Meghan seemed to have an easier pregnancy.

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Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, is pictured in London on Jan. 16, 2019. Eddie Mulholland/AFP/Getty Images