‘That Friday feeling’: Millie Mackintosh impresses in red swimwear during a photo shoot

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She recently said in an interview with Women’s Health that she was “a little embarrassed about her postpartum body.”

And Millie Mackintosh shared a behind-the-scenes video from its associated magazine on Friday in which she photographed herself in a red bikini.

The former Made In Chelsea star, 32, tossed her breezy locks as she worked her best corners on set.

Sensational: Millie Mackintosh looked fabulous slipping into a scarlet two-part video in a throwback video on Friday, despite admitting she was 'ashamed of her postpartum body'

Sensational: Millie Mackintosh looked fabulous slipping into a scarlet two-part video in a throwback video on Friday, despite admitting she was ‘ashamed of her postpartum body’

Her bikini had belt details under her bust and at the waist.

Millie emphasized her slender legs with Perspex heels as she beamed a smile to the camera.

She captioned the photo shoot clip, shared with her 1.4 million Instagram followers: ‘That Friday feeling.’

In a recent interview with Women’s Health, Millie talked about being a first-time mom, how she was “ a little embarrassed about my postpartum body, ” and 11-month-old Sienna’s hip dysplasia.

Glowing: The former Made In Chelsea star, 32, shook her breezy locks as she worked her best angles on set

Glowing: The former Made In Chelsea star, 32, shook her breezy locks as she worked her best angles on set

Glowing: The former Made In Chelsea star, 32, shook her breezy locks as she worked her best angles on set

All in the details: Her bikini had belt details under her bust and at the waist

All in the details: Her bikini had belt details under her bust and at the waist

Endless Pins: Millie emphasized her slender legs with perspex heels as she beamed a smile to the camera

Endless Pins: Millie highlighted her slender legs with Perspex heels as she beamed a smile to the camera

All in the details: Her bikini had belt details under her bust and at the waist

Positive: She captioned the photo shoot clip, which she shared with her 1.4 million Instagram followers: 'That Friday feeling.

Positive: She captioned the photo shoot clip, which she shared with her 1.4 million Instagram followers: 'That Friday feeling.

Positive: She captioned the photo shoot clip, which she shared with her 1.4 million Instagram followers: ‘That Friday feeling.

Millie candidly revealed that for the first three months after Sienna’s birth, she struggled to even look in the mirror.

‘To be honest, it was quite difficult to see my body after having a baby. And I think it is for a lot of women, ‘she said.

“It can really feel like a shock, and maybe something that is hard to love – and hard to feel good about.

Cover star: In a recent interview with Women's Health, Millie spoke about being a first-time mom and how she was 'a little embarrassed about my postpartum body'

Cover star: In a recent interview with Women's Health, Millie spoke about being a first-time mom and how she was 'a little embarrassed about my postpartum body'

Cover star: In a recent interview with Women’s Health, Millie spoke about being a first-time mom and how she was ‘a little embarrassed about my postpartum body’

‘I felt self-conscious when I went out and didn’t want anything tight against my stomach.

And yes, I was a little embarrassed about my postpartum body. And it’s pretty sad that I felt that. It feels good to admit that and say, “Yes, I had a hard time looking in the mirror for the first three months.” ‘

But Millie, who has worked hard to gradually reintroduce her fitness regimen and nutrition in the months since Sienna was born, said she’s learned to love her figure.

Joking that she’s’ lived mainly in a tracksuit for the past year, ‘because of the pandemic, she added:'[My figure] definitely won’t go back to being exactly the same as before and I’m ok with that … I feel more feminine, and I really love it. ‘

The brunette beauty also touched upon Sienna’s diagnosis of hip dysplasia.

The diagnosis meant that Sienna had to wear a special harness for six to 12 weeks to treat the dysplasia, making it difficult for Millie to hug and breastfeed her daughter.

Change: Millie has candidly revealed that for the first three months after the birth of Sienna, she struggled to even look in the mirror (pictured in the final stages of her pregnancy)

Change: Millie has candidly revealed that for the first three months after the birth of Sienna, she struggled to even look in the mirror (pictured in the final stages of her pregnancy)

Change: Millie has candidly revealed that for the first three months after the birth of Sienna, she struggled to even look in the mirror (pictured in the final stages of her pregnancy)

“It was a really difficult and scary time,” she said. ‘The stress of having a rather cold baby into a baby who is just crying and upset and there is nothing you can do.

‘It was really heartbreaking. But since she’s crawling normally and doing well, we are hopeful and remain positive that her hips are healthy. They noticed the condition early on so it shouldn’t affect her later in life. ‘

Millie also described what it was like to be a mother to her little girl when she said, ‘It’s like crazy stupid love. Your life is turned upside down. [I’ve] I’ve never felt love like that – it’s insane how much your heart opens and yes, it is incredible. ‘

Millie and Hugo originally dated for six months in 2011, before Millie dumped Hugo when she discovered he was cheating on her best friend and co-star Rosie Fortescue.

Happy family: Millie welcomed her first child, a daughter named Sienna, with husband Hugo Taylor last May (pictured)

Happy family: Millie welcomed her first child, a daughter named Sienna, with husband Hugo Taylor last May (pictured)

Happy family: Millie welcomed her first child, a daughter named Sienna, with husband Hugo Taylor last May (pictured)

Glowing: The TV personality who has worked hard to gradually reintroduce her fitness regimen and nutrition in the months since Sienna's birth said she's learned to love her figure

Glowing: The TV personality who has worked hard to gradually reintroduce her fitness regimen and nutrition in the months since Sienna's birth said she's learned to love her figure

Glowing: The TV personality who has worked hard to gradually reintroduce her fitness regimen and nutrition in the months since Sienna’s birth said she’s learned to love her figure

Millie then met her future husband, rapper Professor Green, 37, real name Stephen Manderson, whom she tied the knot with in September 2013.

The ex-couple had been married for two and a half years before finalizing their divorce in May 2016, the same week that Millie and Hugo made their renewed romance public.

Rapper Stephen has since welcomed a little girl of her own with girlfriend Karima McAdams. Actress Karima gave birth to daughter Slimane Ray Manderson earlier this month.

Read the full Millie Mackintosh interview in the May issue of Women’s Health UK, on ​​sale April 7

Toned Down: Millie also described what it was like to be a mother to her little girl when she said, 'It's like crazy stupid love'

Toned Down: Millie also described what it was like to be a mother to her little girl when she said, 'It's like crazy stupid love'

Toned Down: Millie also described what it was like to be a mother to her little girl when she said, ‘It’s like crazy stupid love’