TOWIE 's Danielle Armstrong has spent the last six months not only being a first-time mum, but working hard to get into shape after gaining four stone during pregnancy.
The 32-year-old looked utterly breathtaking as she flaunted her jaw-dropping three stone weight loss after giving birth to baby Orla, who was born on May 26 of this year.
In the short video, Danielle stripped off to her lingerie, parading a beautiful blossoming baby bump first, followed by a snippet two weeks after birth, and finally, her toned and svelte curves today.
Danielle told fans "the female body is incredible" as she showed off her postpartum body transformation in Calvin Klein underwear.
The reality star revealed that while she adored being a new mum, she couldn't wait to start feeling like her old self again.
Captioning the clip, she penned: "The Female Body Is Incredible!
"After gaining 4 stone in my pregnancy I really wanted to show women how your body looks after having a baby as for some women like myself it's not as easy to snap back in to your post pregnancy clothes!"
She went on: "I decided 6 weeks after having my baby girl I wanted to start feeling like me again and to shift some of the baby weight I gained.
"I followed a simple nutrition plan and a few workouts from home and the results have been incredible!
"6 months of following this plan I've lost 3 stone, back in my size 10 jeans and feeling happy. Of course I love being a mummy but it's also important to feel like ME again."
Aiming to inspire and help others to achieve their goals in the New Year, the TV bombshell prompted: "If you would like to find out my exact plan and join my 21 day challenge starting on the 4th a January please drop me a message on @dannisbodygoals and I'll send you all the details phone.
"I would love to help as many new mums feel as good as I'm feeling."
Danielle and her fiancé Tom Edney became parents for the first time six months ago when they welcomed baby Orla into the world.
Sadly for the starlet, pregnancy wasn't always easy, after nasty trolls reduced her to tears over her image while carrying her child.
In a heartfelt interview with The Sun, Danielle said: "It was horrible and it broke me for a little while.
"I went from being overjoyed about having my baby girl and everything I'd ever wanted, to suddenly feeling really insecure."
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