Mom Shilpa speaks her heart out about son Viaan

Actress and mother of three months old son Viaan, Shilpa Shetty is taking life easy and enjoying motherhood to the fullest. Post baby birth, family became the top-most priority for Shilpa and she is in no hurry to return to acting.

"Motherhood is a beautiful experience and it's true that when it happens other things in life eventually take a back seat”, says Shilpa.

Married to businessman Raj Kundra, Shilpa and Raj are blessed with a baby boy on March 21st.

"Right now, I am a full-time mother and completely enjoying it. I have no time for films. I am on a sabbatical for I don't know how long. Motherhood is such an amazing experience that everything else takes a back seat," she said.

The actress was in New Delhi on Tuesday to promote skin-care line Olay. This was her first public appearance post baby birth.

Talking about the changes the baby has brought to her life, she said: "Life has changed from being a woman to a mother but it is beautiful."

Shilpa said that coming to shape post-pregnancy is bit tough but it happens gradually.

"There are surely lot of insecurities about your weight, skin and the way you look post-pregnancy. But all this becomes a lot easy when you have good and right advice." "There are pressures on every woman but being a celebrity when we are scrutinised every time for everything, the pressure surely increases. But I haven't started losing weight because it is not on my priority list right now. It is my baby and all that is important for him that tops the list," she said.

Shilpa feels skin care is easier than losing weight.

"Losing weight and being in shape requires a lot of hard work, a lot of time, a balanced diet. But when it comes to skin care, it is far easier. I think less is more when it comes to skin. The lesser you do it, the better it looks. That has always been my mantra."

"We are in a time and age when people don't want to see something fake or too overly done up. If you have to look good, you should have good and healthy skin," said the actress.