Helen Flanagan has been inundated with compliments after she shared a collection of social media snaps that showed off her post-baby body.
The 30-year-old actress, who gave birth to her baby boy just four months ago, looked incredible as she slipped into a matching nude underwear set for her latest mirror selfie.
One snap also appeared to show the new mum tenderly nursing her son, Charlie, as she snapped the intimate picture in her mirror.
The mum of three certainly looks proud as she confidently showed off her curves in the cute snaps.
“4 months postpartum with my baby boy,” she simply added alongside the post.
Naturally, it didn’t take long for Helen’s post to be flooded with sweet messages from fans who flocked to compliment the actress.
“What a gorgeous mummy and an amazing post partum tummy xxxx be proud of what your body did x and for those of you struggling, it’s normal to have flab and a bigger tummy x enjoy the moment xx” penned one kind fan.
Another added: “What a gorgeous mummy.”
“You look incredible,” wrote a third.
Helen has been on cloud nine ever since she confirmed that she had given birth to a healthy baby boy in March, that she shares with with her fiancé Scott Sinclair.
The gorgeous couple, who are also proud parents to daughters Matilda, 6, and Delilah, 3, have been sharing lots of sweet snaps as they enjoy time with their young family.
Although Helen admitted that her pregnancy wasn’t always easy, the actress has also suggested that she is still open to expanding her brood and is already considering baby number four.
Speaking to OK! Magazine. after the birth of her baby boy, the blonde bombshell explained: “When you feel so dreadful, you do think, ‘No way, I will absolutely never have another baby,’ but as soon as Charlie arrived, I just thought, ‘You’re so worth it.”
“I wouldn’t rule out another.
“I’ve always said in my head I wanted four,” she revealed.
Helen actually suffered a great deal during her third pregnancy after she was told by doctors that she had a condition called hyperemesis gravidarum. It means that the actress suffered with severe morning sickness and she was in and out of hospital through her term.
Despite this, the actress knew it was all worth it when she finally met her little man.
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