She gave birth to her second child Delilah in July last year.
And Cara De La Hoyde proudly showcased her post-baby figure in a floral bikini for a mirror selfie on Instagram on Friday.
‘Not bad for two kids’: Cara De La Hoyde, 30,proudly showcased her post-baby figure in a floral bikini for a mirror selfie on Instagram on Friday
The mother-of-two posed for a picture wearing a purple floral two-piece, flashing her toned stomach.
Cara showcased her svelte figure in the high-waisted ensemble for the sizzling selfie.
Captioning the picture, she wrote: ‘Not bad for 2 kids I recon. No tips just sleep deprivation & 2 children have sponsored this body.’
Several celebrities were quick to share their appreciation for the picture in the comments, including Gary Beadle’s fiancée Emma McVey and Cara’s husband Nathan Massey.
‘No tips’: The Love Island star credited her impressive weight loss to having two children and sleep deprivation (pictured with son Freddie, three, and pregnant with her daughter Delilah)
Nathan, 28, and Cara met on series 2 of Love Island, on which the coupled up and went on to win the show.
The pair now share two children together, Freddie, three, and 11-month-old Delilah, and tied the knot in June 2019.
Since having her children, Cara has been open with her 1.1million followers about transforming her body.
She has been sharing more bikini pictures in recent weeks after enjoying a family holiday to Portugal earlier this month with her husband and children.
Looking good: Cara and husband Nathan have been sharing various snaps of herself showing off her svelte body on social media after their family holiday in Portugal earlier this month
The mother-of-two flaunted her figure in a Burberry bikini while paddle boarding with Nathan on holiday.
The reality star looked to be having the best time as she sat on a paddle board while her fellow Love Island star beau Nathan snapped a selfie amid the family holiday at the Quinta do Lago resort.
It came just days before Portugal was removed from the UK’s ‘green’ and quarantine-free travel list amid concerns over the new Nepal Covid variant.
Britons in Portugal were told to dash home before or face quarantine, with many claiming the sudden move to ‘amber’ list was ‘unfair’ and ‘stressful’.
Water babe: Cara flashed a broad smile as she posed for the Instagram picture, while she held the paddleboard aloft
Cara flashed a broad smile as she posed for the Instagram picture, while she held the paddleboard aloft.
The dark-haired beauty shielded her eyes from the sun with dark sunglasses, while she allowed her raven tresses to fall loosely over her shoulders.
Cara recently claimed she’s not ‘pretty’ enough to appear on Love Island now and warns future stars to expect more trolling than her generation.
The former Islander has given up watching the show after being made to feel inadequate by the stars of more recent series.
In an exclusive interview, Cara, who won the competition in 2016 with husband Nathan, admitted she only went in the TV villa to avoid paying rent for six weeks, while contestants today have preconceived ideas and face ‘horrible trolling.
‘It would stress me out too much’: It comes after Cara recently claimed she’s not ‘pretty’ enough to appear on Love Island now and warns future stars to expect more trolling
Cara told MailOnline: ‘I’ll be honest I don’t really watch Love Island anymore because the people on there, they’re just so pretty and everything and it just stresses me out watching these girls walk around and I think “I don’t look like that anymore.”
‘I think it’s a really difficult thing to go into now and I’ll be honest I don’t think I would want to go into Love Island now. It’s too big of an industry now for me. It would stress me out too much.
‘With Nathan and I and the earlier series it was all about love – we had no expectations of what Love Island was.
‘I went in there because I didn’t want to pay rent for six weeks! I thought I’ll go in there, I’m a little bit of a weirdo and nobody is going to fancy me and I fell in love and met my husband!
‘The people on there, they’re just so pretty’: The former Islander has given up watching the show after being made to feel inadequate by the stars of more recent series
‘Nathan and I are really lucky, we have never really been trolled or had any horrible people comment stuff but the amount of stress these lot get now, it’s crazy.
‘I’m not saying some of them don’t bring it on themselves because I reckon some of them do but the pressure now is crazy, especially for couples to stay together after the show.
‘Camilla and Jamie, Jess and Dom, those early series, there was a lot less pressure on people to stay together so relationships were more nature.
‘I really don’t envy them. Back then it was all about love and now it’s a bit more of a holiday…’
‘We had no expectations’: Cara, who won Love Island in 2016 with husband Nathan admitted she only went in the TV villa to avoid paying rent for six weeks (pictured in 2016)
Cara De La Hoyde slips into a floral bikini for a mirror selfie