Jessie J looked absolutely incredible as she shows off her post-baby body.
It's only been four months since the Price Tag hitmaker gave birth to her first child, a son named Sky, whom she shares with basketball player Chanan Safir Colman.
Jessie, 35, posted an album of images onto her Instagram grid page where she opened up on her new life as a mum.
She gave her fans an insight into her days as she snuggled her newborn son in various images.
She posted several images where she showed off her curves, including an snap where she donned a matching white and orange Calvin Klein underwear combo which featured a crop top and nickers.
In other snapshots, she looked glamorous as she donned stylish clothing whilst she carried her baby's milk bottle.
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The Do It Like A Dude hitmaker also posted a glamorous selfie from the back of a car.
However there were other snaps where she was seen looking fresh faced, wearing pyjamas, with no makeup and un-styled hair.
She even posted an image of herself crying from the late nights as she opened up about her journey in the caption.
The star also gave a long list of emotions she felt as she captioned the post: "Taking For myself and anyone else who needs this…
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"The joy, The depression, The happiness, The rage, The sass, The pain, The magic, The exhaustion, The tears, The laughter, The new, The fear.
"The ups, The downs, The relentlessness, The sexiness, The confidence, The loneliness, The old, The guilt, The change, The bliss, The lost, The found."
She added: "Love yourself through it all. You are doing it and you are going to get through the intense storm that is postpartum."
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