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Chrissy Teigen back in swimsuit to celebrate Independence Day

Published 05/07/2016

Chrissy Teigen
Chrissy Teigen

Chrissy Teigen has snapped back into shape after welcoming daughter Luna in April (16).

Chrissy Teigen celebrated the 4th of July by showing off her post-baby figure in a sexy swimsuit for the first time since becoming a mother.

The 30-year-old model welcomed daughter Luna with husband John Legend in April (16), and has managed to get back in shape relatively quickly after giving birth.

On Monday, Chrissy showed off her enviable figure in a burnt orange swimming costume while enjoying a break in The Hamptons, New York with her spouse and friends.

Posting a series of pictures on Instagram, Chrissy was having a whale of a time in the pool, splashing around on an inflatable before lying back and locking limbs with her singer husband so they could both float on the water and catch a few rays of sunshine.

The star made sure to look her stylish best for her fun-filled frolics, wearing a stunning halterneck swimsuit by TulaRosa, which featured keyhole detailing, giving onlookers a flash of her impressive cleavage.

She added a pair of mirrored aviator sunglasses to complete her stylish pool side look as she prepared to host a holiday pool party.

Chrissy recently opened up about how she snapped back into shape after having her little girl, telling People magazine: "I worked out more pregnant than I ever did not pregnant! So for me, to be able to come back after wasn't a concern."

But the model knows she faces criticism whatever she does regarding her figure, adding: "I think some people actually get really weirded (sic) out if you do bounce back too quickly because you really should be at home with this little thing and taking care of her and not so concerned.

"But you'll never have the right answer and you'll never be right to everybody, so you just live and do what you can do best," she concluded.

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