Supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio flaunts post-baby body on day out

   Jun 11, 7:32 pm

London, June 11 (ANI): Brazilian supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio showed how a supermodel gets her post-baby body back in shape, just weeks after giving birth to her second child with fiance, Jamie Mazur.

The 31-year-old brunette was clearly enjoying herself when she stepped out in Brentwood for a yoga class, followed by a shopping spree later in the day with her three-year-old daughter, Anja.

The Victoria's Secret model began her day with a yoga class in Brentwood.

Wearing blue yoga leggings, an orange T-shirt and sunglasses, she left the class carrying a beige yoga mat and large orange shoulder bag.

She then joined Jamie for a Starbucks iced tea.

The model announced on Saturday that she had begun her first day of exercise after giving birth to baby number two, Noah Phoenix.

"First day of exercising ... Feels good, but it's not easy," she tweeted.

Ambrosio recently revealed that she was determined to be back to her tiny 34-25-34 size, as she prepares for the launch of the Victoria's Secret store in London in July. (ANI)

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