Dani Dyer shows off one stone weight loss in khaki jumpsuit just nine weeks after giving birth

DANI Dyer has shown off her impressive one stone weight loss in a khaki jumpsuit just nine weeks after giving birth.

The Love Island winner became a mum for the first time in January when she welcomed her first child with her boyfriend Sammy Kimmence.

Taking to Instagram, Dani, 24, showed off her svelte figure in her jumpsuit that had a hoodie top.

The stylish loungewear had slits at the ankles.

She showed off her natural beauty wearing minimal make-up and with her hair swept up in a bun.

Dani first revealed she's already started shedding the baby weight just five weeks after welcoming her son Santiago.

The Love Island star took to her Instagram Stories and highlighted her figure in a chic light grey-coloured loungwear set from CTW Boutique.

Sitting on her carpet cross-legged, the new mum looked glowing in the selfie as she worked her hair into a sleek top knot and sported a pair of black-frame glasses.

The 24-year-old revealed she had lost a stone since giving birth to her first child – but insisted she's "still got a long way to go".

When quizzed by a fan about losing her pregnancy weight, Dani said she's already knocked off 14lbs.



However, Dani insisted she is in no rush to lose weight and is instead focusing on her newborn.

"I've lost a stone!" Dani wrote on her Instagram Story.

"But I've got a long way to go. It's horrible when none of your clothes fit.

She continued: "I'm literally living in loungewear haha. But it's all worth it – I have my beautiful boy.

"I am trying to eat more healthy just so I do feel better in myself. But I'm not stressing too much about the weight.

"Being a mum is a full time job. My body can wait."

Meanwhile the new mum has confessed to sleepless nights since having baby Santi.

She said: "Honestly, up every hour, what could you possibly what every hour? What could you possibly want?"

"I even put him in my bed. It's not really good to be putting him in my bed. Help me!"

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