CHRISTINE McGuinness has been working hard to shift the baby weight since giving birth 3 months ago.
And earlier today, the mum of three showed off the results of her hard work in a series of incredible snaps showing off her slender figure.
The busty blonde posed in a red halter-neck bikini as she put her toned figure on display, just three months after giving birth to her youngest daughter, Felicity Rose.
Writing to her 10.5k Instagram followers, Christine said: “I’ve lost 3 stone in 3 months. Just 1 stone to go to get back to my pre pregnancy weight.
“I gained 4 stone during this pregnancy which is nothing compared to the 6 stone I gained carrying my twins 3 years ago!
“Honestly though… I’m really not in any rush to tackle that last stone, it’s not about what I weigh, it’s about how I feel and I feel pretty good.
“I would love to tone up and see my abs again for summer but I can only do this if and when it works around my babies.
“I’m grateful my body has given me 3 miracles.”
And fans flocked to the comments to praise the TV host’s wife on her incredible figure, with one writing: “Ahhh fab Chris, hope your all going good love.”
Another added: “You look amazing and should be very proud congrats!”
While a third fan wrote: “You don’t need to lose anymore weight you look absolutely STUNNING as you are.”
Christine and Paddy welcomed their third baby on September 9, and announced the news with a sweet message on social media.
The Phoenix Nights funnyman wrote to his 232k followers: “Good afternoon friends! Sorry not been on for a few days.
“Welcome Felicity! The boys are officially out numbered in our house. Let the maternity see the leave!
“Thank you to all the Dr’s, nurses, wonderful maternity staff and the amazing team in NICU at St Marys hospital who helped our baby girl (sic).”
He also revealed his baby girl weighed eight pounds and two ounces when she was born.
The couple are also parents to three-year-old twins, Leo and Penelope, and it took them three years to conceive the first time.
Speaking about being a father again, Paddy admitted he had been “cast out” of his bedroom to sleep in the spare room, while Christine focused on nursing their daughter.
He told Nick Grimshaw on his BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show: “Felicity is only a month old. She usually wakes up for her bottle in the night although I’m not in the marital bed at the moment.
“I’ve been cast out into the spare room. Luckily, Christine is amazing with the kid.”
And speaking about the reality of parenthood, the 43 year old continued: “Anyone who listens to the show who has children knows that having kids is probably 80 per cent really stressful hard work and 20 per cent fantastic.
“But the 20 per cent is so fantastic it kind of outweighs the 80 per cent.”