COUNTRYFILE star Helen Skelton has wowed fans after slipping into a tiny bikini just four months after giving birth.
Posing on the edge of the pool, Helen smiled at the camera while wearing the black swimsuit with tie-briefs.
The former Blue Peter presenter had her blonde hair pulled up into a high ponytail and clutched a huge inflatable dolphin in one hand.
She also posted a sweet snap of herself gently pushing one of her sons in a giant rubber ring.
Sharing the pictures on Instagram, Helen – who appeared in the new series of Springtime On The Farm on Monday night – apologised for her “misshapen bits”.
She wrote: “In reality in a pool. On telly in a lambing shed @onthefarmc5 8pm this eve ❤️❤️ (excuse the misshapen bits that’s what babies do to you) #holidays #lambing #spring #holidays #poolday.”
Helen’s followers have been quick to comment on her holiday snap, with her famous pals leading the charge.
Actress Catherine Tyldesley told her: “Momma you look AMAZING xxxx.”
Celebs Go Dating star Anna Williamson added: “Incredible 🔥.”
The One Show’s Alex Jones also posted a string of ‘fire’ emojis.
One fan also told Helen: “BODY 😍😍😍 how did you only just have a baby wow.”
Another added: “No excuses required. You look amazing. Your body has produced three children and fed them. It’s your temple Helen and you really do look gorgeous.”
A third penned: “Misshapen bits”? Give yourself a slap, you look great!!”
Helen, who is married to rugby league star Richie Myler, gave birth to their daughter Elsie just after Christmas.
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The couple are also parents to sons Ernie, six, and five-year-old Louis.
Just before Elsie was born, Helen was presenting Channel 5’s Live: Winter On The Farm and she could have gone into labour while the show was on air.
At the time, she had joked: “Both my sons were early so I certainly don’t want to be giving birth live on TV but it’s a risk I’m willing to take.
“If you are going to be going into labour on a farm at least you know you are in safe hands. The farmers have plenty of experience delivering babies.
“I know there’s a big difference between babies and lambs but it’s all the same principle. Although I did ask for Shona the vet to be in my rider!”
Thankfully, Helen made it through the mini-series without going into labour and gave birth to Elsie in an NHS hospital.
She later wrote on Instagram: “I am still failing to find appropriate words of thanks for our @nhsengland @nhsmillion …. legends the blooming lot of them.”