Trainer to the stars Tracy Anderson gives birth to a baby girl (but will she shed the post-pregnancy weight as quickly as her clients)
22:27 GMT, 23 May 2012
Celebrity personal trainer Tracy Anderson has given birth to a baby girl with her husband Matt Mogol.
The 37-year-old fitness guru, who has transformed the bodies of Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow, welcomed baby Penelope on Monday.
Weighing 5lbs, 10oz, this is Ms Anderson's second child who joins her 13-year-old son with former husband, retired New York Knicks player, Eric Anderson.
Baby girl: Ms Anderson, who has transformed the bodies of Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow, welcomed baby Penelope on Monday
Having remodelled half of Hollywood (Ms Anderson has a long list of other celebrity clients – including men – whose names she won't reveal), her baby shower in March boasted a celebrity guest list, according to US Weekly.
Catt Sadler, Sally Pressman and Nicole Richie attended, while friends and clients including Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Lopez, Courteney Cox and Jessica and sent items from her registry.
Ms Anderson is known for her six days a week, an hour a day, 'for the rest of your life,' intense fitness regimes, and has specialised in the removal of post-baby weight since she gained and lost 25kgs during her first pregnancy.
Celebrity clients: Ms Anderson (left) has remodelled half of Hollywood, including Gwyneth Paltrow (right)
Many are curious to see whether Ms Anderson will simply relax in her new baby joy, or jump back into her famous The Tracy Anderson Method to quickly shed her baby weight.
Supermodel Karolina Kurkova credited Ms Anderson for helping her get back in shape after her pregnancy in 2010.
She told W magazine: 'She's a working mom like me and she understands that, and understands a woman's body.'
Pregnant workout: Many are curious to see whether Ms Anderson will simply relax in her new baby joy, or jump back into her regime to shed her baby weight
The trainer famously told the Guardian no woman should have saggy arms, or poor skin tone.
She said: 'It's good for your body to train all the time, it keeps you young. Who wants to get old That is part of my inspiration and it is going to end up helping so many other people,' she added.