• Webb (32), and Falcons quarterback AJ McCarron (31), have three sons: Raymond Anthony III aka Tripp’, four-year-old, Cash Carter, two-years, and Gunnar Cruz, nine months

  • On Wednesday, the model posted a photo to Instagram showing her wearing a black sports bra with high-waisted leggings and a pair of sporty bomber jacket

  • She reposted the photo on her Instagram Stories after receiving many negative comments.

  • Webb stated that she had ‘given birth’ to three children in the past five years, while telling critics to stop sending them ‘nasty DMs’ about her weight and stomach

  • Former Miss Alabama insists her weight is fine. She also said that although she would like to lose some weight, she doesn’t need to do it “ASAP”.

    Katherine Webb responded to online trolls that sent her ‘nasty DMs’ about her post-baby body. She said her ‘weight is fine’

    Former Miss Alabama 32-year-old shares three sons with her NFL husband, Falcons quarterback AJ McCarron (31).

    Webb has been posting less on social media since the births her youngest sons. On Wednesday, Webb took to Instagram to share a photo in which she was wearing a black sports bra, high-waisted leggings and a sporty jacket.
    After receiving negative comments on the image, she posted it to her Instagram Stories and called out her critics.

    She wrote, “Listen, haters.” “I have given birth to three children in the past five years. Stop sending me nasty DMs regarding my weight and stomach. I am fine with my weight.

    “Do you want to lose some?” She agreed. “But it doesn’t have to happen immediately.”

    Webb welcomed Gunner, her baby boy, in April 2021. In October 2020, Webb opened up about her third pregnancy.

    She shared amazing photos of her growing baby bump, wearing a sports bra with bike shorts and revealing her astonishing weight gain.

    “I told my agent that what you see is what your get when you send her these digitals yesterday. I gained 20 pounds during my first trimester, and I don’t know why. She wrote that she gained 20 pounds because of morning sickness.

    WebMD states that expectant mothers should gain between 2 and 4 pounds in the first three months and about 1 pound per week during the second and subsequent trimesters.

    Webb referred to the statistics in her post and said: “They say that the average weight to gain is between 2-4 pounds so it’s hard for me to believe that.”

    “Have any of your ladies had similar experiences?” She asked her 265,000 Instagram users at the time.

    She said that round three was the most difficult, but she is grateful to have a healthy pregnancy. “Can’t wait to see you in April, little man.”

    Webb did not share any solo photos of herself during the remainder of her pregnancy, despite posting many pictures of her changing body in her first two pregnancies.

    Eight months pregnant with Cash, she laughed that Tripp, her oldest son,’stretched her out’ and’made more space for this one’, revealing that she had gained 40 lbs at that time.

    She gained 44 pounds in her first pregnancy.

    Webb and McCarron started dating before McCarron, a college football star, graduated from the University of Alabama. Two years later, in July 2014, they said “I do”