New mum Dani Dyer says 'none of my clothes fit' and jokes 'my size 8 jeans won't even fit over my leg'

DANI Dyer opened up about her post-baby body two months after giving birth saying "none of her clothes fit".

The 24-year-old joked that her "size 8 jeans won't even fit over her leg" as the frank reality star updated her fans on her motherhood journey.

The Love Island star welcomed baby Santiago with boyfriend Sammy Kimmence at the end of January.

During an Instagram Q&A, a fan shared: "You look SO GOOD, I feel like I'll be fat forever and my baby is 12 weeks." 

The reality star reassured her fans that there should be no pressure for a new mum to lose weight.

The TV beauty replied: "Nooo don't say that! Honestly none of my clothes fit me. I'm living in leggings and lounge babe, don't worry.

"I tried to put my size 8 jeans on and they wouldn't even go over my leg haha."

Dani regularly shares sweet snaps of her adorable baby boy and has been praised by her fans for being open and honest about her experiences, which have helped other first time mums.

The TV star also revealed that she'd love more kids but wants to wait a "few years" before trying for another baby.

When asked if she plans on having another tot, Dani replied "Omg no. I want to wait a few years before we have another baby. Want to enjoy our time together as a three."

She added: "I think next time I'm pregnant I definitely try hypnobirthing… and for my second I'm going to try and have a natural labour as they said it's possible for my second.  

"However if I end up having a C-section I will definitely be more kinder to myself afterwards and relax more."

Dani, who gave birth Santiago just eight weeks ago, recently revealed that she had lost a stone since giving birth but insists she's "still got a long way to go".

When quizzed by a fan about losing her pregnancy weight, Dani said she's already knocked off 14lbs.


But she's in no rush to lose weight – and is instead focusing on her newborn.

"I've lost a stone!", said Dani.

"But I've got a long way to go. It's horrible when none of your clothes fit.

"I'm literally living in loungewear haha. But it's all worth it – I have my beautiful boy.

"I am trying to eat more healthy just so I do feel better in myself. But I'm not stressing too much about the weight. Being a mum is a full time job. My body can wait."

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