CHLOE Madeley stripped off fully naked to showcase her dramatic body transformation after giving birth to daughter Bodhi.
The fitness professional, who is the daughter of Good Morning Britain star Richard Madeley, looked very athletic in a snap taken eight months after she'd welcomed her little girl, Bodhi.
In the shot, she stood in a living room while reaching up and tilting her head back.
Two black bars covered her modesty.
The before shot showed Chloe, 36, fully nude looking over a railing at a picturesque countryside view as she neared her due date.
Sharing the images on Instagram, Chloe wrote: "Took me months but you have to keep trying and eventually the solution shoe will fit and you'll get there.
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"You can't do it on your own though, you need help."
Explaining how followers can achieve similar results, Chloe said: "Progressive overload is the key, can be via weights, sets or reps.
"No need to change your training plan unless you're not seeing what you want to see re physique."
The trainer's go-to supplements for accompanying her training are creatine, whey, vitamin D and Omega 3.
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Chloe and husband James Haskell, 38, welcomed their first child in August last year.
The loving mum recently told fans how her little girl had suffered a couple of nasty falls that had left her feeling "mum guilt".
She said: "She's fallen a million times in two days but these two were big ones, and my guilt about it.
"Some of these messages have been pretty insightful!!
"I'm really interested in this and I'm going to share some of the answers because I think it's a comforting exercise for mums to both share and read their own and others' experiences."
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