TOWIE's Jess Wright shows off amazing toned figure just weeks after giving birth | The Sun

JESS Wright looked incredible in a pair of jeans just weeks after giving birth to her first child.

The 36-year-old welcomed son Presley via emergency C-section in May with her husband William Lee-Kemp by her side.

She has now shocked fans thanks to her amazing figure, as she captioned her snap: “The Mom Jean definitely has a new meaning now.”

Lizzie Cundy quickly commented: “Wow ! Back in your jeans ! Looking fabulous xx”

Catherine Tyldesley remarked: “You look AMAZING xxxx”

Someone else added: “Omg how long ago did you have a baby! Look amazing,” while another wrote: “Sorry didn't you just have the most beautiful little baby !!!!!! 😂😂😮 you look fab lovely xxx❤️❤️❤️.”

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And a further person joked:  “Look amazing how did you lose the baby weight so quick iam still trying to lose my after 30 years.”

Jess recently opened up about her scary birth experience, telling Hello! magazine: "In those last few weeks he had been so active and then, all of sudden, it completely dropped, which was very scary, so our doctor told us to come straight to hospital."

Medics tried for 48 hours to induce the birth, and Jess said: "They monitored him again and found his heart rate was dropping slightly.

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"They thought he might be lying in an awkward position, so the sensible decision was to have an emergency C-section and get him out quickly.

"I had been so intent on having a natural birth and to go through that experience as I'd done all the hypnobirthing, but I had a sense of 'this is our destiny, this is how it is supposed to happen', and we accepted it, and then got excited that it was happening so quickly.

"I felt like I had to be strong and positive and embrace it, rather than going in there panicking. It was the most incredible, surreal, overwhelming experience ever."

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