Abbey Clancy has been turning heads in a BIG way thanks to her sizzling new swimwear shoot in Mallorca. And yes, she did give birth just two months ago.
The 29-year-old slipped into the swimsuit-of-the-moment, a slashed black Agent Provocateur number that’s been seen on the likes of Kylie and Kendall Jenner, for her latest posing spree.
Showing off a pair of toned, tanned legs, a trim waist and a very pert bottom, the Matalan designer wore her blonde hair in dischevelled, beachy waves as she turned and smouldered into the lens.
‘Beach life’, she captioned one sultry image from the shoot on Instagram.
And then she got seriously cheeky. Posting a zoomed-in picture of one peachy looking bronzed bottom, Abbey wrote: ‘Bum or bun #behindthescenes #shoot.’
It’s hard to believe that the model only gave birth to daughter Liberty Rose with her husband Peter Crouch two months ago, but here she is looking fitter than ever.
The photoshoot for Karis Kennedy is the first time Abbey’s stepped in front of the camera since having baby #2, and the star admitted she’s been working hard to get her body looking its best.
‘I’m like every other woman and get insecure about my body from time to time – it’s only natural’, she recently told Your Fitness magazine.
‘Modelling swimwear and lingerie means that I’m on show in front of a lot of people, a lot of the time, so I need to be mindful of what I eat otherwise I won’t feel my best and it’ll show in the pictures.’
The blonde beauty recently teamed up with Reebok, and posed on Instagram in a tiny pair of stretch shorts as she continued her fitness regime after giving birth.
But while Abbey may look incredible, it’s important to get some perspective when it comes to new mum’s post-baby bodies.
With a personal trainer and nutritionist on hand like many celeb mums, it’s not realistic to expect the ‘bounce-back’ we see so much from the A-list.
And Australian nutritionist Julie Bhosdale recently dispelled the myth with her amazing, post-baby tummy blog, which showed what many real women’s bodies look like after giving birth.