The former Hollyoaks actress has dropped three dress sizes since giving birth last June. It might be freezing back in Blighty, but Jennifer Metcalfe has done the smart thing and decamped to Tenerife, taking her seven-month-old son Daye on his very first holiday. The stunning star - who has dropped three dress sizes since giving birth - showed off her figure in an electric-blue high-cut swimsuit as she strolled along the sand with her partner Greg Lake and their little one. Making the most of the balmy 19 degree temperatures, Jennifer cooled off in the water before returning to the shore to dote on her baby. The former Hollyoaks star previously admitted that she went hard at it when it came to shifting the baby weight. The actress has credited the Lighterlife Fast diet plan with helping her bounce back at lightening speed.
The Hollyoaks star, 35, proudly displayed her post-baby body after losing three dress sizes since giving birth six months ago. Jennifer couldn't keep the smile from her face as she splashed around in the sea and relaxed on a family holiday. The new parents were also seen helping Daye, who was born, in June, take some steps along the beach. The tot also got to have a go in the water as his proud mum held him up and dipped his toes in the sea. The actress looked sensational in her blue one-shouldered swimming costume, which perfectly displayed her trim figure. She recently told The Sun Online about her body transformation and insisted she is "proud" of the way she looks.
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By Becky Freeth for MailOnline. She left Hollyoaks for maternity leave last summer, and the work break looks very good on Jennifer Metcalfe. Seen hitting the beach with her seven-month-old baby Daye, the soap actress appeared to be taking motherhood in her stride as she soaked up the sun on a recent trip to Tenerife. Jennifer, 35, who was looking utterly flawless in a one-shoulder cobalt blue swimsuit, spent the day doting on her baby with boyfriend Greg Lake.
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