Abbey Clancy shows off incredible post-baby body just six weeks after giving birth

ABBEY Clancy showed off her incredible post-baby body just six weeks after giving birth.

The model and wife of football legend Peter Crouch looked stunning in a black swimsuit with revealing cut-outs to show off her flat tummy after having adorable baby Jack.

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Abbey smouldered in a swimming costume that showed off her toned tummy –  just over a month after having her fourth child.

The Liverpudlian beauty, 33, looked every inch the model mummy as she showed off her long legs and pert bum in the swimwear.

Fans flocked to Instagram to comment.

One said: "Hottest Mumma ever, " while another said: "Incredible, gorgeous."

Swimwear designer Melissa Odabash said: "Too hot."

Abbey pulled out the stops to look incredible for one of her first professional shoots as she got back to work after having her baby in June.

She delighted fans with her news when she announced she had given birth to Jack with an adorable picture.

The smitten model shared a series of pictures of the newborn alongside husband Peter Crouch and her son Johnny, one.

She wrote: “My 3 boys feeling like the luckiest girl alive right now.”

Former Strictly winner Abbey – who also has daughters Sophia, eight, and Liberty, four – posted other images of the family getting to know the new arrival.

Peter announced their latest addition on Twitter and joked that he was named "Divock Samrat" after Liverpool FC star Divock Origi and his favourite curry house.

The former England striker, 38, shared a picture of the newborn on Twitter and wrote: "Our beautiful baby boy was born Monday 3rd June mother and baby Divock Samrat Crouch are doing well."

Peter snuck the real name out in his football column six weeks after Abbey gave birth.

Writing in the Mail, he said: "We have just welcomed our fourth child, Jack, into the family and the wonderful chaos that comes with a new baby means it hasn't really hit me that I haven't gone back for pre-season training."

He added: "Life is hectic in a brilliant way."

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