Carrie Underwood Shows off Her Post-Baby Body Just Six Months after Giving Birth
On July 16, Carrie's fans got a peek into her post-baby body after images featuring her made their way to the internet. In a series of photographs, the mom who just gave birth to her second son thrilled her admirers with her gorgeous 'toned' figure.
And according to reports, they were taken in the Hamptons, New York when she was promoting her athleisure line titled Calia by Carrie Underwood.
An image, which was shared by Angelique Miles through her Instagram page showed Carrie with a wide grin. There, the proud mom could be seen rocking a dark-colored halter neck bikini and followed up the look with an equal colored sarong wrapped around her waist.
She had her hair made up as a bun and posed alongside Angelique for the camera. Angelique followed up the image with a caption which detailed her experience with Carrie. The caption was started with a statement which read:
"Oh, just hangin’ with @carrieunderwood in the Hamptons on a Tuesday ????. We worked out, had poolside pedis and massages, consumed delicious vegan bites", after which she disclosed that she had a great time acquiring Carrie's fitness gears.
CARRIE'S IMAGE WITH HER HUSBAND HAS ALSO GOT FANS TALKING
It looks like the singer is very talented in giving her online fans a good show. She recently posted an image with her husband while using a face transformation app that gives an older look of those that take pictures with the app.
Using the app, the images showed Carrie and her husband, Mike Fisher looking much older and her fans went berserk. Some went to her comments, stating that they were terrified with the new look while others seemed to find it funny and thought the image was that of Carrie's parents.
Carrie has been quite open with her relationship with her husband. She was once noticed saying that she hoped to find a partner she could spend the rest of her life with, and also raise her children with and Mike offered her that. The pair met after being linked up by Carrie's bassist, Mark Childers