Emily Ratajkowski shows INCREDIBLY tight diaphragm just two months after birth and dances with son

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Emily Ratajkowski shows off INCREDIBLY tight midriff in crop top just two months after birth … as she shares an adorable video of herself dancing with son Sylvester

She has baffled fans by showing off her incredible post-baby body on social media two months after giving birth.

And Emily Ratajkowski kept her recent trend wearing yet another midriff-revealing ensemble.

The 29-year-old model looked in absolutely fantastic shape when she shared a selfie video of herself wearing a yellow cropped T-shirt on her Instagram story Monday morning.

Wow Factor: Emily Ratajkowski looked in absolutely fabulous shape when she shared a selfie video of herself wearing a yellow cropped T-shirt on her Instagram story Monday morning

Loved up: The 29-year-old model also shared an adorable video of herself dancing with two-month-old son Sylvester

Loved up: The 29-year-old model also shared an adorable video of herself dancing with two-month-old son Sylvester

Her tight torso was fully visible while she wore the top with a gun graphic on the chest and she paired it with khaki pants.

Emily’s long, dark brown locks were worn while wearing minimal makeup on her face, topped off with a smudge of glossy lip.

The Gone Girl actress is never afraid to use a filter as she showed one with butterflies on it in the short clip shared with her 27.4 million followers.

Stunning: her toned torso was on full display wearing the top with a gun graphic on the chest while pairing it with khaki pants

Stunning: her toned torso was on full display wearing the top with a gun graphic on the chest while pairing it with khaki pants

In the details: Emily's long, dark brown locks were worn

Stunning: She wore minimal makeup on her face, topped off with a smudge of shimmery lip

In the details: Emily’s long, dark brown locks were worn while wearing minimal makeup on her face, topped off with a swipe of glossy lip

Flying high: The Gone Girl actress is never afraid to use a filter as she showed one with butterflies all over it in the short clip shared to her 27.4 million followers

Flying high: The Gone Girl actress is never afraid to use a filter as she showed one with butterflies all over it in the short clip shared to her 27.4 million followers

She was very active on social media and also shared an adorable video of herself dancing while cradling two-month-old son Sylvester.

In the clip, she donned a green and red patterned sweater with tight black biker shorts.

Emily happily announced Sylvester’s birth on March 11 with an Instagram photo showing her newborn baby.

Aww: She was very active on social media as she also shared an adorable video of herself dancing while rocking two month old son Sylvester

Aww: She was very active on social media as she also shared an adorable video of herself dancing while rocking two month old son Sylvester

Relaxed: In the clip, she put on a sweater with a green and red pattern

Pretty as a pedal: she also put on tight black motorcycle pants

Relaxed: In the clip, she donned a green and red patterned sweater with tight black biker shorts

Sylvester Apollo Bear has joined us on Earth’s side. Sly arrived on 3/8/21 on the most surreal, beautiful and loving morning of my life, ”she wrote.

Later that month, the I Feel Pretty star posted a heartwarming photo of herself breastfeeding Sly, calling him a ‘beautiful boy’.

Emily announced her pregnancy on the cover of Fashion last fall and wrote an essay inside on why she wouldn’t state gender.

Updates: The brunette beauty, 29, documented various stages of her pregnancy on Instagram

Updates: The brunette beauty, 29, documented various stages of her pregnancy on Instagram

“When my husband and I tell friends I’m pregnant, their first question after, ‘Congratulations,’ is almost always, ‘You know what you want?’” She said.

“We’d like to reply that we won’t know the gender until our child is 18 and they’ll let us know,” she said, admitting, “Everyone laughs at this.”

She added, “ However, there is a truth in our line, one that points to possibilities far more complex than any genitalia our child could be born with: the truth that in the end we have no idea who – rather than – what grows. in my belly. Who will this person be? ‘

Parenthood: on Sunday she celebrated her very first Mother's Day as a parent, after giving birth to son Sylvester on March 8

Parenthood: on Sunday she celebrated her very first Mother’s Day as a parent, after giving birth to son Sylvester on March 8

The first parent explained in the magazine, “I think it’s a good idea to impose as few gender stereotypes as possible on my child.”

She confessed, “But as progressive as I hope to be, I understand the desire to know the sex of our fetus; it feels like the first real opportunity to get a glimpse of who they could be.

“As my body changes in bizarre and unfamiliar ways, it is comforting to get all the information that makes what is to come more realistic.”

Love and Marriage: In February, she celebrated three years of marriage to husband Sebastian Bear-McClard.  Pictured at their 2018 wedding

Love and Marriage: In February, she celebrated three years of marriage to husband Sebastian Bear-McClard. Pictured at their 2018 wedding

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