Strictly's Janette Manrara shows off 'real' body 24 days after giving birth as she tells fans she feels 'confident' | The Sun

Strictly's Janette Manrara shows off 'real' body 24 days after giving birth as she tells fans she feels 'confident' | The Sun

JANETTE Manrara showed off her "real" post-baby body while telling fans she feels "confident and happy".

Former Strictly pro Janette, 39, looked incredible in black underwear as she shared a video to her Instagram Story.

But it comes just 24 days after giving birth to her first child – daughter Lyra – with her husband Aljaž Škorjanec, 33.

In her latest post, the presenter wrote, "Day 24 post partum. Day 1 of slowly getting back on stage !

"Every single pregnancy & post partum journey is different. Feeling confident and happy in my own skin and knowing that all that really matters is that Lyra and I are both healthy and happy,.

"I'll take each day one at a time and at my own pace. Sending love to all the moms out there in their own postpartum journeys. We're all amazing!"

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Janette was recently mum-shamed after sharing a sweet photo of her newborn meeting her grandparents.

The dancer posted an adorable photo of little Lyra with her parents, Lyra’s grandparents.

She penned: “Grandma and grandpa are in love w/ Lyra,” and shared a look at them gazing down at the newborn.

And while most of the comments were positive, some fans hit out at the Strictly star for her baby’s choice of headwear.

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Lyra could be seen wearing a ribbon headband to go with her sweet outfit, leading one person to write: “Why is she wearing a bandage? Those things are not good for babies' heads.”

Another person wrote: “These head bands do not allow babies heads to regulate body heat. This is a fact!”

A third said: “Oh no! Not a hairband already!”

Someone else echoed: “What is that on her head they really are not good.”

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