Hilary Duff models a gingham dress as she says her daughter’s home birth is the ‘most hippy dippy thing about me’ while on Kelly Clarkson’s show
Hilary Duff wore a black-and-white gingham dress while on The Kelly Clarkson Show on Wednesday.
The actress posted shots from the green room and from the set on her Instagram account following her chat with talk show host.
‘Ok,’ she wrote, ‘… if my smiling face is any indication that I had fun with @KellyClarkson you should tune in and watch @kellyclarksonshow… My cheeks still hurt and I just love her. *The show is nationally syndicated. Please check your local listings!!!’
All smiles: Hilary Duff said her cheeks hurt from smiling so much during appearance on The Kelly Clarkson Show
The How I Met Your Father star wore a black and white checked dress with with an empire waist and sexy thigh high slit.
The 5ft2in actress completed the outfit with a black t-shirt, black stilettos and a simple black and white diamond necklace.
The My Kind singer sported a girl next door look with natural make up and her trademark blonde locks styled loose waves.
During their chat, Clarkson asked the mom of three about her youngest daughter’s home birth.
Keeping it simple: The singer and actress donned a black and white checked dress with black t-shirt and a simple diamond necklace for her conversation with Clarkson
Mae James Bair Koma, was born in March 2021.
When asked why she wanted to deliver her baby via home birth, using a birthing tub, the 34-year-old Duff said she had an ‘easy” first birth with her son in the hospital and after that experience she ‘knew her body’ could handle a home birth.
Duff’s husband, Matthew Koma, 41, attended the water birth, as did Duff’s two older children, daughter Banks Koma, three, and son, Luca Comrie, 10. Luca is Duff’s son from her first marriage.
Family Affair: The Beat of My Heart singer said is was ‘beautiful… to bring another family member in with everyone around’
The Younger star also delivered her oldest daughter at home.
The Youngblood singer star said she was inspired by actress Ricki Lake‘s home birth documentary The Business of Being Born and said to herself, ‘I think I can do this.’
‘What was really cool about the home birth,’ Duff explained, ‘you’re bringing a baby into the world. That’s some of the hardest work anybody can do.’
How I Met My Baby! The How I Met Your Father star beamed from ear to ear as she shared her experience bringing daughter Mae into the world during a home birth in March 2001
Duff commented on her experience giving birth in a hospital: ‘They don’t let you have water in the hospital. Or food, or snacks. ‘
The Lizzie Maguire star admitted that she enjoyed eating sushi in her bed with her baby, and a glass of rose she had been dying to drink. ‘I took a sip and was like, “That’s not doing it for me,” but the day after I had some.’
Clarkson commented that the idea of a home birth was scary for her.
Really Beautiful: Duff said she enjoyed sushi in bed shortly after giving birth to her baby, Mae, in March 2001
The talk show host and Stronger singer said she experienced complications while in the delivery room. The single mom has two children, son Remington, seven, and daughter River, five.
Duff said she realized medical issues and concerns about complications can prevent many women from following her example.
The busy mom and actress admitted her home birth experience was ‘the most hippy dippy thing about me,’ and admitted, initially, she thought it was kind of weird, but in the end, ‘it was ‘really beautiful, like, to bring another family member in with everyone around.’