Danielle Lloyd gets in shape just 11 weeks after giving birth to her first child Archie. The former Miss England returns modeling for Now Magazine as the covergirl for the 2010 issue. The 27-year-old fashion model reveals her post-pregnancy body shape in monokini and heels just 11 weeks after giving birth shocking fans all over the world. In addition, in order to mark her post-baby body, Danielle Lloyd recreates Liz Hurley’s iconic 2002 Pop Magazine cover photoshoot taken after the former model gave birth to her son Damian. Below is the most stunning images of Danielle Lloyd in the family way and on the cover of Now Magazine 2010 after giving birth to her first baby son, Archie.
Danielle Lloyd was in the pregnancy time. Her lovely baby son Archie O\’Hara was born at 2.03 on Sunday July 11 at the Portland Hospital, in London with the weight of 8lb 4
Just 11 weeks after giving birth to the first baby Archie, Lloyd rapidly gets in shape to model for Now Magazine 2010
Danielle Lloyd (left) recreates Liz Hurley\’s iconic 2002 Pop Magazine cover photoshoot (right)
Danielle Lloyd and her well-known footballer fiancé Jamie O\’Hara welcomed their to-be-born baby Archie
The image was captured when the mother-to-be woman was shopping in London several weeks before having a baby boy
Danielle Lloyd, the former Celebrity Big Brother star and football star O\’Hara started dating in April 2009 in the local gym in Essex
After that, the couple tied a knot in December 2009 and they are planning to celebrate wedding ceremony in June 2011
The English glamorous model, post-pregnant, has reduced to 9st 7lb and been trying to lose even more until she gains only 9st
Danielle Lloyd owns an ideal height of 1.74 m rising as an English model and winning Miss England 2004 and Miss Great Britain 2006 titles
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