Every time a new season of Workin' Moms drops on Netflix, it's not long before viewers take to the Internet to cyberbully the lead actress Catherine Reitman for her lips. While Catherine has made fun of her own lips on the Canadian series, she has never spoken out publicly about her pout or the online shaming she experiences because of her upper lip. There are even rumors online that Catherine was the victim of a rogue plastic surgeon, and was actually helped by Botched doctors Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif. However, this has never been confirmed.
Fans can’t get over the look of Catherine Reitman’s lips
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So, what is wrong with Catherine Reitman's lips?
Writer, director, producer, and actress, Catherine Reitman, is a Netflix star and hard-working mom. After struggling with postpartum depression twice , Reitman decided to write Workin' Moms , a Netflix hit series that follows four moms that experience varying effects of motherhood. Reitman, mother of two young boys, co-directs, co-produces, and co-stars in the series via Hollywood Reporter. It's not easy being a star and a mom, but Reitman was born to be a Jill of all trades while being open, honest, and public about her wild life. Starting as a child of film directors and getting involved with television, Reitman's comedic transformation is just beginning. I'm going after my dreams and I feel incredibly selfish. I want to keep growing, I don't want to stop, and when I think about that choice she made it's a little bit of a brain-breaker for me. We just knew. The pair married in Santa Barbara at Reitman's parents' home and took a honeymoon to Italy. Who was I now?
Just when we thought Catherine Reitman, mama of two, creator, executive producer, writer and star of Workin' Moms couldn't be any more relatable, she shared that mothering while quarantining isn't easy—and we feel so seen. But even with extra help, Reitman stresses the importance of mamas finding time for themself as it's vital for survival, especially during a pandemic. For me, it's taking a long shower, or finding time alone in the bathroom.