Charlotte Hawkins showed off her amazing post-baby figure in an on-trend floral dress as she attended the press night of The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time play, on Tuesday evening.
The 40-year-old news anchor looked incredible in a short floral dress that showcased her toned pins to devastating effect.
She added height to her look with pair of fashion forward pointed nude heels, which perfectly matched her clutch bag.
Yummy mummy: Charlotte Hawkins looked radiant in a fun, floral dress outside the Gielgud Theatre in London's West End on Tuesday night, as she went to see The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Charlotte wisely kept her accessories to a minimum – opting only for a dainty bracelet – and let the dress, with its sparkling embellished collar and bright blue and red floral trim, do the talking.
The Good Morning Britain presenter highlighted her features with natural looking make-up and styled her honey blonde locks in luscious loose waves.
It was a rare night out for the TV personality who gave birth to her first baby, Ella Rose, earlier this year.
Charlotte has dubbed Ella - who was born on February 8 - a 'miracle baby' after she arrived following years of unsuccessfully attempting to conceive.
The presenter, who married senior executive at drinks firm Pernod Ricard Mark Herbert, at Chichester Cathedral in 2008, revealed that the birth of her daughter had helped her come to terms with the death of her dad.
Her father Frank was diagnosed with the debilitating and incurable disease MND in 2011, and tragically lost his battle with it in January this year - just one-month short of meeting his granddaughter.
But the new mother was all smiles last night as she happily posed for pictures outside the Gielgud Theatre in London’s West End.
Other stars at the exclusive event included Game Of Thrones actress Nathalie Emmanuel, TV presenter Andrea McLean, pop star Conor Maynard, former X Factor contestant Luke Friend and aspiring model Imogen Waterhouse.
Imogen recently signed up to modelling agency TESS Management, which also represents her sister Suki.