Millie Mackintosh shared a radiant throwback photo of herself just days before welcoming her daughter Sienna in May 2020.
As she posted the topless photo to Instagram, doting mum Millie, 31, wore nothing but a black slip and posed in her bedroom mirror.
On April 30, 2020, the former Made In Chelsea star – who protected her modesty with a strategically placed arm – would soon welcome Sienna to the world.
Radiant: Millie Mackintosh, 31, shared a radiant throwback photo of herself just days before welcoming daughter Sienna in May 2020
Millie’s long blonde hair fell to her shoulders and the TV personality added an orange-colored filter to the photo.
The mother-of-one immediately looked fresh and didn’t seem to be wearing any makeup at all.
Behind Millie was her unmade bed, as well as a sweet framed photograph of her wedding to husband Hugo Taylor on her dressing table.
It comes after Millie revealed that having bigger breasts as a new mom was a challenging ‘adjustment’ and she felt her lowest post pregnancy when ‘nothing fit’.
Sweet: Dated April 30, 2020, the former reality star – who protected her modesty with a strategically placed arm – would soon welcome Sienna (pictured this month) to the world
Millie admitted she “ never had to dress for tits ” before welcoming daughter Sienna last year, joking that her new plunging neckline is an “ obstruction. ”
In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, Millie revealed that she alternated between being in awe of her postpartum body and feeling ‘stressed and self-conscious’ about nothing that matched her postpartum.
She said, ‘I never had to dress for breasts before! It has certainly been an adjustment. Milk breasts, they get bigger during pregnancy and when your milk comes, that’s literally quite another thing.
‘They are like obstacles! They just wouldn’t fit in anywhere. Then they started hardening and leaking, it was a big deal in that heat wave last summer. ‘
Millie, who is married to former Made in Chelsea co-star Hugo, 34, recently confessed to being ‘ashamed’ of her postpartum body.
But she insists that those negative feelings started when she was at her worst and that frustrations about her mismatched clothes took over.
She explained: ‘I said at the time that I found it very difficult to have a baby and there were times when I was ashamed of my postpartum body. That’s how I felt on a low day, not always.
‘They just wouldn’t fit in’: it comes after it has been said that having bigger breasts was a challenging ‘adjustment’ and she felt her lowest post pregnancy when ‘nothing fit’
‘I was trying to emphasize that I would go between being in awe of my body and’ wow I made this baby ‘and all this appreciation for myself and’ I’m making milk and feeding her and it’s great ‘and other days I’ve felt like – “argh, nothing fits, I feel uncomfortable and when I leave the house, someone takes my picture.”
‘I had that stress to think about, which made me more self-aware – but I didn’t feel like that all the time.
‘I really appreciate my body. As time went on it got easier, but I think it’s really important to be honest about these feelings and not lie and say “I love my postpartum body every day!” I wanted to be honest about my reality, but that’s not the case for everyone. ‘
Millie, who was first famous for throwing drinks at Made in Chelsea, attending glamorous parties, and being part of the West London decor alongside her good friend Caggie Dunlop, admitted that something finally clicked in her life after becoming a mother. had become.
‘They started to leak’: The former Made in Chelsea star admitted she ‘never had to dress for tits’ before becoming a mother to Sienna and joked that her new cleavage is a ‘hindrance’
She said, “It changed me a lot. It taught me a lot of lessons and I feel like I have come more into myself. I’ve always wanted to be a mother. It clicks for me.
‘There are tough days and hard times but I really love it and Sienna is amazing and I feel really lucky to have had her during a lockdown because for us there have been a lot of benefits like working with Hugo all the time having time off from work. since he was on leave, we actually had a year, the three of us, which was really great.
‘It taught me to live more in the moment and to do it day by day. Having a kid taught me to be more patient and she’s just the sweetest little thing I’m so obsessed with her. ‘
‘I’ve gotten more into myself’: Millie admitted that something finally clicked in her life after becoming a mother to Sienna in May last year and enjoying ‘their looks twinning’