Kimberley Walsh glows as she shares photo of body one week after giving birth

Kimberley Walsh has shared a picture of her postpartum body, which was taken only one week after she gave birth to baby son Nate.

The popstar, 39, bared her stomach to her 722,000 Instagram followers.

In the picture, Kimberley holds her newborn son to her chest and wears only an underwear set.

She captioned the post: “Just found this on my phone… a week after giving birth and trying to imagine this little man inside.

"It’s still completely mind blowing to me even third time round…I realise no one is interested in this post because 'It’s coming home'."

Kimberley is already a mum of three to sons Bobby, six, and Cole, four, with her husband Justin Scott, a former member of the British boyband Triple 8.

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She posted the picture during the Euro 2020 final when the nation tuned in to watch England play Italy at Wembley – and so did not expect the post to get much attention.

Her intimate picture, however, got over 60,000 likes as support came pouring in from friends and fellow celebrities.

Made In Chelsea star and mum of two Binky Felstead commented: “Gorgeous,” with a heart eye emoji.

Strictly’s Ola Jordan commented a love heart under the picture.

TV star Lisa Snowdon wrote “little love,” under the sweet snap.

Pussycat doll Kimberly Wyatt added: “It really is fascinating,” with two love heart emojis.

Nate is now six weeks old and the boys have been helping out mum with her newborn.

Speaking to OK!, Kimberley said of Nate’s older brothers: “They just had this instant attachment and love.

"We have a step in our hallway and it’s the exact same spot we showed Cole to Bobby.

"I can’t believe how much they adore him already.

"On the first night, Bobby came down at 3am and I said, 'Sorry, Bobs, did the baby wake you?' and he said, 'I can’t hear the baby, I just woke up and wondered if you needed help?'

"I was like, 'You’re killing me!’”

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