Hilary Duff is proud of her post-baby body: 'It's helped me build a beautiful family'

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Hilary Duff says she is proud of her body after giving birth to her three kids. 

The 34-year-old actor, who shot to fame playing the title role in Disney sitcom Lizzie McGuire, is now married to Matthew Koma and has daughters, Banks (3) and Mae (10 months), with him, as well as Luca (10) with ex-husband Mike Comrie. 

"I'm proud of my body. I'm proud that it's produced three children for me. I've gotten to a place of being peaceful with the changes my body has gone through," Hilary said in Women's Health, where she posed nude as the cover star of the mag. 

"I think at 34, I've just gained a lot of respect for my body. It's taken me all the places I need to go, it's helped me build a beautiful family," she added. 

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Hilary went on to let fans know she had a glam team for the cover shoot who made her look good and placed her in a flattering position, adding that she now wanted to work on "the inside" and not just outer appearances. 

"We bust our a** to get our bodies in shape and to look the best we can. We get facials and botox and our hair done and highlights and brows and lash lifts and all this s**t. But I want to work on the inside. That's the most important part of the system."

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