Laura Whitmore has completely wowed fans by showing off her post-baby figure in a mini dress.
The Irish bombshell, who recently welcomed her baby daughter with husband Iain Stirling, took to Instagram on Thursday evening to share a behind-the-scenes look at her Celebrity Juice outfit.
The 35-year-old looked sensational in a figure-hugging black mini dress, which accentuated her flat tummy and cinched waist, just weeks after giving birth to her little one.
In true Laura style, she upped the ante by adding a glittering hairband and a slick of bold red lipstick which made the entire ensemble pop.
However, she kept it real by sharing a snap that perfectly portrayed how her motherhood journey is going.
After posting her not-so-candid outfit photo, the Love Island host then showed fans the inside of her dress where she had stuck on some nursing pads to ensure no leakage.
Laura’s gorgeous and honest post certainly caught the attention of her fans who flocked to fawn over the new mum.
“You had a baby a few weeks ago and you look THIS good already and are still going to work? Tell us your secrets Laura,” pleaded one admirer.
“Look at that body! You are an icon Whitmore,” another echoed.
Meanwhile, a third gushed: “The most gorgeous woman. Strong, stylish, sassy – you’ve got it all.”
Laura has previously been open about her wish to continue working while she navigates motherhood for the first time.
And the much-loved star proved that nothing was going to stop her from juggling her professional and personal life in a recent snap which saw her breastfeeding her little girl while at work.
Laura looked gorgeous and sported a new-mum glow as she fed her daughter while the glam squad tended to her tresses.
The reality TV star previously insisted that she would not be taking maternity leave after being inspired by her mum, Caramel.
She told The Telegraph : “The fact that I even thought it was possible to go off and work at MTV came from my mum because her attitude was: “If you want to, then why not?”
“When people ask if I’m going to give up work this year because of the baby, I’m like, “Why? Mum did it in ’80s Ireland!”‘