FERNE McCann celebrated her impressive weight loss as she slipped back into her jeans three months after giving birth.
Reality star Ferne, 33, gave birth to her second daughter Finty, who she shares with fiancée Lorri Haines, 32, just in July.
In a video posted to Instagram, the Towie alum looked thrilled as she changed into her old clothes.
Ferne claimed she hadn’t been able to zip up her trousers for two months and appeared worried despite only wearing her underwear.
But after successfully fitting into it, Ferne shared her excitement about wearing the outfit at an event.
She wrote in her caption, “You won’t believe it… I just went and put on my jeans… I’m totally thrilled!
“A few weeks ago these weren’t even enough!!! And two months ago I could barely pull them over my thighs.”
“Here’s the deal… all I followed is my simple, delicious breakfast plan. I do NOT restrict myself because I love my food, but I do maintain balance in my life and exercise three times a week.”
“I still enjoy my life! And I never want to feel like I’m on a diet…it’s a lifestyle. If you have a body goal and would like to join me in my customer care group and challenge, send me a DM.” “
The TV personality confirmed she was expecting her second baby in March.
She is already mother to five-year-old Sunday, who she shares with her ex-boyfriend Arthur Collins, who is currently in prison.
Ferne recently spoke about how she embarrasses her mother, especially when it comes to the name of one of her daughters.
She admitted that other parents shamed and harassed her when she shared about her children on her social media accounts.
The influencer explained: “I get trolled for everything – especially when it comes to the kids.”
Speaking on the podcast Grace savesFerne continued to refer to her critics as the “mom police.”
Ferne continued: “I don’t know if it’s moms and dads, but on my social media it’s usually moms and they come out in large numbers.”
Ferne went into detail about the things she received negative comments about, listing everything from feeding techniques to the way you dress your children.
She revealed: “No matter what – breastfeeding, pacifiers, muslins, the way you support your head – as people can see in a picture, I don’t know – how you dress them and what you call them, that has it “everyone has an opinion.”