Former cleaning soap star Helen Flanagan shares Charlie, Matilda and Delilah with fiancé Scott Sinclair
Helen Flanagan showcased her post-baby physique five months after giving delivery in a bright lingerie set.
The mother-of-three wore a bright yellow bra with matching underwear as she posed in entrance of her bathtub.
In one snap, the star leaned her head to 1 facet as she confirmed off her pearly whites for the digicam.
She shared two extra in the carousel and opted for wanting away from the lens as she leaned on the bathtub.
“Leon season,” she merely captioned her publish and tagged lingerie company Pour Moi.
Love Island’s Molly Smith took to the remark part to publish just a few coronary heart eyes emojis and fireplace emojis.
One fan commented: “Yummy mummy,” whereas one other wrote: “Wow you look incredible!”
Helen has been dwelling the dream ever since she confirmed that she had given delivery to a wholesome child boy in March, which she shares together with her fiancé Scott Sinclair.
The couple are additionally mother and father to daughters Matilda, six, and Delilah, three.
Helen revealed her being pregnant wasn’t all the time simple however is open to including a fourth child to her household.
Speaking to OK! Magazine. after the delivery of her child boy, the blonde bombshell defined: “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.
The former soap star was struck down with hyperemesis gravidarum while pregnant, and after giving birth, she was riddled with fears she wouldn’t be able to look after her children if it happened again.
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Opening up about her expertise with extreme morning illness, Helen instructed Loose Women viewers: “’It got worse with each pregnancy. It was worth everything but it was horrendous.
“As soon as I found out I was pregnant with Charlie, I said to my mum I hope I don’t get Hyperemesis. I hope I’m OK.
“I had to live with my mum and dad for three, four months. I couldn’t look after them. Now I’m not pregnant I feel like a normal mum again, I have loads of energy which is lovely.”
Helen went on: “I had medication that worked with Delilah but I was just immune with Charlie. You’re constantly sick but it makes you feel low as well, you’re so on your own.
“I couldn’t have the lights on, I couldn’t watch the TV, the lights would just make me feel sick. We’re so lucky to have a baby but Hyperemesis is a tough one.”
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