Helen Flanagan wows fans in bikini just eight weeks after giving birth

Helen Flanagan has wowed fans with a glimpse of her fantastic body just eight weeks after giving birth to her third child.

The former Coronation Street star showed off her toned stomach and ample cleavage as she posed with her two daughters in a pink gingham string bikini.

The photo, which the 30-year-old shared on Instagram, shows Helen kneeling with her arms wrapped around her girls, who are both wearing matching pink swimming costumes.

With her hair blonde hair pulled into a bun and rocking no makeup, the Coronation Street actress looks happy and natural as she shows off her incredible curves.

Matilda, five, and Delilah, two, look ready for a dip as they smile at the camera adorably.

"Matching with my girls," Helen wrote in the caption, along with two pink heart emojis.

The stunning snap of her postpartum body has received hundreds of comments from people stunned by how good she looks so soon after her pregnancy.

Love Island star Kendall Rae Knight wrote: "The cutestttt! & your bod after having 3 kids is a joke."

Model Ashley James said: "You look amazing."

Helen’s fiancé Scott Sinclair commented too, using just two fire emojis and a red heart.

Helen and Scott welcomed their son Charlie two months ago when he was born at Bolton Hospital and the family are smitten with their new addition.

The family of five has been making the most of the lifting of some restrictions by hitting the shops and holidaying in Cornwall.

Helen and Scott have been together since 2009 and got engaged in May 2018.

The star, who played Rosie Webster in Coronation Street for 18 years, has recently teased a return to the cobbles.

In an appearance on Loose Women she said: "It's really funny because as soon as my fiancé moved back to Preston, I was in talks with Corrie about going back.

"Then I found I was pregnant a few days later. And I had to say in my meeting I was pregnant! So I was going to go back, then I fell pregnant with Charlie."

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