Made In Chelsea star Binky Felstead looked amazing as she celebrated her postpartum body with her Instagram fans. The new mum explained she’s ’embracing my little dark line down my tummy’ as she posed in a bikini
Binky Felstead has been applauded by her fans for sharing a totally honest picture of her post-baby body and declaring she’s embracing her new tummy.
The Made In Chelsea star gave birth to son Wulfric Alexander Fredrik Darnton on June 4 and she has given him the nickname Wolfie.
He’s Binky’s first child with fiancé Max Darnton while she’s also mum to daughter India, three, with her ex-partner and former co-star, Josh Patterson.
Now the 31-year-old reality star has shared an honest post with her fans as she embraced her body for all it’s been through.
“The human body continues to amaze me through my pregnancy journeys – embracing my little dark line down my tummy, who else has one?” she wrote alongside the photo, showing off her tummy.
“I loved my body being pregnant with Wolfie – more so than with India,” she continued.
“I was 26 and the first to have got pregnant out of my friends and it was hard at times. Especially as I gave birth in the June heat, and all my girlfriends were wearing small summer dresses & tight crop tops, I didn’t feel myself at all & felt pretty lonely.
“I used to hide under massive baggy clothes, sweating in the heat!”
She admitted she had a rough time accepting her body when she was pregnant with her first child, Binky says it was completely different with her son.
She added: “Being pregnant with Wolfie – I embraced it, loved my body & loved dressing my bump!
“These last few days in Cornwall I was with a bunch of friends & I wouldn’t have dreamed of walking around the pool in a bikini almost 7 weeks postpartum 4 years ago.
“However I’m proud of me and my body for growing two beautiful little humans & keeping me functioning with the typical newborn sleep deprivation.”
Binky recently shared a snap of her figure just a few hours after she welcomed her youngest child into the world.
“This was taken the morning after giving birth. I appreciate the human body now more than ever!” she wrote alongside the snap.
“As I’ve been through this body transformation before with India, I’ve decided to embrace it this time…. and not worry as much!”
The couple chose Wulfric as their baby’s name because it “touches on his Scandinavian heritage”.
“We love the name as it touches on his Scandinavian heritage as well as having other meaningful links, that are very close to us,” she explained of their decision.