Nikki Bella is not shy at all about her sex life just two months after welcoming son Matteo with fiancé Artem Chigvintsev.
Talking with her twin sister, Brie Bella, on The Bellas Podcast Wednesday, Nikki had no issues discussing her postpartum sex life.
On the subject of Nikki’s recent Instagram posts, she captioned the following which raised eyebrows:
“Mama getting her groove back… postpartum panties out the door, boobies still off limits lol, but everyday feeling more like me,” the new mom clarified however that she didn’t mean to imply that she and Chigvintsev were about to have sex.
“Like I’m not bleeding, there’s nothing wrong. No more postpartum panties. They’re out the door,” Nikki said. “But maybe I should’ve said like in the trash, away for good.”
Nikki said she didn’t realize the connotation until it was pointed out to her.
“I reread it and I’m like, ‘oh my god I totally did make it like Artem’s throwing my panties out the door’ and like, here we go. I did not mean that,” she said.
But Nikki did admit to her sister how she and he Chigvintsev have “already been having sex.”
“I didn’t even make it to the six-week point, I just started at five. I was like I’m healed, I’m fine,” she said. “Even though last night it didn’t seem fine, but that’s okay. It was a little different.”
“I felt like organs were about to drop out,” Nikki said of the experience. “I was like, shoot, did I mess up?”
“Okay Nicole, enough about all the gross stuff going on with our vaginas, especially yours,” Brie said.
With a background in the creative and educational fields, Amelia Finefrock is freelance writer, singer-songwriter and nanny based in Chicago.
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