Emily Ratajkowski is sure to have turned a few heads as she stepped out in a tummy-baring shirt that exposed her super taut stomach.
The stunning model welcomed her first child just three weeks ago.
Emily, 29, was spotted out for a stroll in New York City on Monday, flashing her flat tummy in a black long-sleeved shirt that was fastened at the bust and fell open.
She paired it with some grey wide-legged trousers and trainers, adding a white handbag and a pair of sunglasses.
She also protected herself and others amid the coronavirus pandemic by popping a black facemask over her mouth and nose.
Emily swept her brunette locks back from her face and accessorised with some jewellery to complete her casual yet stunning look.
Since welcoming her son with her movie producer husband Sebastian Bear-McClard on March 8, Emily has given her fans a sweet insight into her new life as a mum.
She revealed on March 11 that her baby had been born by sharing a stunning picture of herself breastfeeding her newborn.
She wrote: “Sylvester Apollo Bear has joined us earth side. Sly arrived 3/8/21 on the most surreal, beautiful, and love-filled morning of my life.”
She later celebrated becoming a new mum by sharing a collage of snapshots taken before, during and after her little one’s birth.
The sweet images of Sylvester lying on her chest gave fans a first peek at the little one’s face.
She captioned the collection: “In between pushes/first moments with Sly. Life!”
Emily, who rose to fame in Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines music video, called her son “Beautiful boy” as she shared a candid shot of herself breastfeeding him.
Just 11 days after giving birth, Emily posed up in her pyjamas to share snaps on her Instagram story that showed off her totally flat tummy.
Her snaps received some blacklash though.
Claire Holt, who starred in The Vampire Diaries, took to Instagram to rant: “If you post a picture of your completely flat stomach 10 days after having a baby and call that body positivity, to me that’s the same as posting a picture of the millions of dollars in your bank account and calling that success positivity
“It might be true, but it makes other people feel s**ty about themselves, and it’s not normal, and you’re an outlier, and you’re lucky.
“So maybe don’t show that part? Can we just use Instagram to try and make people feel included and not feel shit about themselves?”