Hyderabad, 19th November 2019: KIMS Cuddles - The woman and child hospital from KIMS group of Hospitals today announced the second season of KIMS Cuddles Mrs. Mom Contest 2019 - a unique health pageant for mothers-to-be. The contest is aimed at motivating moms-to-be to stay engaged and active, happy and confident through participation and competition. The best and healthy way to have stress relief is through prenatal activities.
The annual event of KIMS Cuddles Mrs. Mom Contest will be held at Snort, on 8th December, 2019. The event will start around 6 pm and prior registration for participation is mandatory for this event. The soon-to-be-mothers can register themselves by calling Dr. Prathima at +918897993265. Auditions for Mrs. Mom contest will close on 1st December, 2019. Lots of exciting prizes to win with free delivery at KIMS Cuddles for the winner. Contestants will be rewarded under different categories such as Winner 1st Runners Up, 2nd RunnerS Up, Mrs. Smile, Mrs. Fashionista, Mrs. Brains, Mrs. Beautiful Hair and Mrs. Fitness.
The pre press event attended by Dr. K. Shilpi Reddy, Head of the department, KIMS Cuddles and the panel of guests include, Dr. Vijayalakshmi Goodapati, Mirrors Salon & Academy Founder, Mrs. Shilpa Reddy, Gladrags Mrs. India 2004; Dr. Neelima Arya, Founder-President of “Apple Home for Orphan Kids" and Ms. Mansi Vuppala, Fashion Designer.
Speaking at the press meet, Dr. Shilpi Reddy, HOD, Obstetrician and Gynecology, KIMS Cuddles, says, “We want to tell moms-to-be that they can do anything they want to. It is important for them to be confident about their body. This will be an ultimate grooming experience for moms. This is going to be the second season of Mrs. Mom’s contest after the success of first season last year.”
“As part of the contest, at KIMS Cuddles we are also organising pre-events such as Garbhasanskar Yoga, childbirth education classes, health checks, mother’s makeover session, lifestyle modification nutrition, personality development skills and activities, and WOGA session,” she added.