Samantha Busch sports bikini week after giving birth

Samantha Busch posted a photo holding her newborn and wearing a bikini a week after giving birth.(Instagram.com/samanthabusch)
Samantha Busch posted a photo holding her newborn and wearing a bikini a week after giving birth.(Instagram.com/samanthabusch)
Samantha Busch posted a photo holding her newborn and wearing a bikini a week after giving birth.(Instagram.com/samanthabusch)

Samantha Busch is making headlines, and not necessarily in a bad way. The wife of NASCAR driver Kyle Busch started showing up in the mainstream media Wednesday two days after posting a photo on her Instagram account holding her newborn son Braxton; the new mom is wearing a bikini, a week after giving birth to her first child, showing off what TMZ called an “insane bikini bod”.

Kyle and Samantha welcomed their son into the world on May 18. Busch made the announcement via his announcing that Brexton Locke Busch was born at 9:45 p.m. weighing 7lbs 10oz and 21 inches long. The baby was made even more special for the couple as getting pregnant was a challenge for the couple.

Samantha, whom another website calls “one of the sport’s hottest WAGs”, chronicled the couple’s problems with conceiving a child on her blog. She was finally able to become pregnant through in vitro fertilization and wrote about their journey. Kyle said Saturday night after the NASCAR All-Star race that doctor’s planned on inducing labor if the baby didn’t arrive on Sunday. MORE>>>

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