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Danielle Lloyd displays svelte body TWO WEEKS after birth

She welcomed her fourth child into the world on September 13th this year.

And Danielle Lloyd, 33, looked incredible as she displayed her svelte post baby body while being spotted taking her newborn son Ronnie for a stroll for the first time in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham on Thursday – just two weeks after giving birth.

The model displayed her natural beauty as she went make-up free for the outing, showing off her radiant glow.

Sensational: Danielle Lloyd, 33, looked incredible as she displayed her svelte post baby body while taking her newborn son Ronnie for a stroll in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham on Thursday – just two weeks after giving birth

Danielle clad her slim frame in a pair of black leggings, which perfectly showed off her toned, lean legs.

She donned a long sleeved back top with tassel detailing over her trim torso, and kept comfortable in a pair of studded flat black boots.

Danielle swept her glossy brunette tresses off her face with a pair of stylish sunglasses, and appeared to be in high spirits as she pushed her newborn along.

Her appearance comes after Danielle recently confirmed that she will undergo gender selection for her fifth baby to ensure she has a little girl. 

Natural beauty: Make-up free Danielle clad her slim frame in a pair of black leggings, which perfectly showed off her toned, lean legs

Natural beauty: Make-up free Danielle clad her slim frame in a pair of black leggings, which perfectly showed off her toned, lean legs

Danielle is hoping for a daughter to complete her family with husband-to-be Michael and speaking to OK! magazine, the former Miss Great Britain revealed: ‘I’ve always dreamt of having a little girl. If we did have another one I’d like it quite soon.’ 

‘I wouldn’t want to be pregnant at 40 and it’s nice for the kids to be close in age.’ 

Danielle shares three boys Archie, Harry and George with ex Jamie O’Hara and welcomed son Ronnie with Michael O’Neill in September.

MailOnline have contacted a representative for Danielle for further comment.  

Concerns: Danielle's confident social media display came as she revealed her secret fears that her son Harry, six, may have Asperger's syndrome

Concerns: Danielle’s confident social media display came as she revealed her secret fears that her son Harry, six, may have Asperger’s syndrome

Danielle’s confident display came as she revealed her secret fears that her son Harry, six, may have Asperger’s syndrome.

GENDER SELECTION

Gender selection has been banned in Britain since 1993.

However, it is available on the NHS to some expectant mothers if there is a serious medical reason for the treatment. 

Private clinics offer a genetic testing process that can identify any possible defects. But it can cost upwards of £6,000. 

Many travel abroad, where laws are less strict. The US, Mexico and Costa Rica have more relaxed regulations.  

She revealed the youngster has been displaying some odd behaviour in an interview with OK! and said: ‘He does odd things like take all of his possessions to bed – you’ll literally find him tucked up surrounded by Guess Who? and Monopoly sets and all of his DVDs.

‘He’s also very clumsy and a bit socially awkward, which are all signs of Asperger’s. He’s doing well at school, though, which is a silver lining.’ 

Lloyd added that doctors have now referred Harry to a private specialist.

Meanwhile, Danielle revealed that her latest birth hadn’t run smoothly, with Ronnie actually getting stuck on his way out, leaving him struggling to breathe. 

She explained: ‘Ronnie got stuck during labour for what felt like a lifetime. We were so worried he wouldn’t be able to breathe.

‘Hearing him cry for the first time when he came out was the best feeling ever, and such a relief.’ 

Traumatic: Danielle revealed her latest birth had not run smoothly - with her son getting stuck on his way out, sparking concern he would be unable to breathe

Traumatic: Danielle revealed her latest birth had not run smoothly – with her son getting stuck on his way out, sparking concern he would be unable to breathe

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