By NADIA MENDOZA
Don't topple over: Nadya ballooned as she was pregnant with octuplets
Most new mothers would recoil at the thought of stripping off for the camera after giving birth. But Nadya Suleman, otherwise affectionately nicknamed Octomum, has posed nude to reveal her post-baby body - albeit with a pair of flesh coloured knickers to protect her modesty. Now that her eight little tots have turned three, Nadya has finally shrunk back to a size she likes.
The mother of 14 has embraced her new shape, claiming that she has 'never looked this good'.
In fact, as she posed topless for Closer, Nadya is rather boastful in many aspects of her life, crediting herself with being 'such a good mother' and saying she is swamped with 'too much male attention'.
She also seemed a little irate that no one is giving her more praise, as she revealed: 'The kids have structure and discipline and only eat healthily, they don’t know what candy is!
'I’ve done a really great job with them. I don’t get any credit.'
Juggling motherhood: Nadya now has 14 children, all of whom are the product of the same sperm donor
Juggling so many children, Nadya claims she has been celibate for 13 years and that all of her children were all conceived through a sperm donor as she simply has no time for a man.
She said: 'I get too much male attention, but I won’t date until the octuplets are 18 - I live for them.
'I know a lot of women like male attention, but I’ll go out with no make-up on and wear tracksuits, a wig and even a fake pregnancy stomach to put them off.'
Yet it seems there is nothing Nadya can do to disinterest men as she has such a fantastic figure.
She said: 'I just pinged back into shape like a rubber band after the kids, I don’t know how I did it. I eat like a horse, don’t count calories and have never owned a set of scales. 'I gained an entire human when I was pregnant with the octuplets, going from 10st to over 19st, but two months later, I was a size 8 again. Now, I never weigh myself.'
The 36-year-old gave birth to her brood in 2009, and after the six boys and two girls turned three in January, they became the longest-surviving set of octuplets in American history.
She added: 'I wouldn’t rule out a relationship in the future. But now, when men look at me, I look away and they know not to approach me. I know I’m beautiful - I don’t need a man to tell me that.'
The feature appears in the real life supplement, free with this week’s Closer on sale now.