Kelly Rowland glows on return to the red carpet after birth of baby Titan

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Kelly Rowland made a stunning return to the red carpet on Thursday, just three months after giving birth to her baby son. The former Destiny's Child star was glowing as she joined stars including Lupita Nyong'o and Oprah Winfrey for the ESSENCE Black Women in Hollywood luncheon.

Kelly wore an all-white lace outfit and heels for the annual event, which was held at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons hotel. She kept her hair down in loose waves and accessorised with gold hoop earrings.

The 34-year-old couldn't stop smiling upon her return to the spotlight – she has kept a low profile since welcoming baby Titan Jewel Witherspoon with her husband Tim Witherspoon in November.

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Kelly Rowland stunned at the ESSENCE Black Women in Hollywood luncheon

Just days earlier the proud mother had made an appearance at New York Fashion Week, and said she couldn't stop thinking about her baby boy, who was at home in Los Angeles.

"[He's] wonderful! I'm running into friends, showing pictures of the baby. It's awesome!" she told E! News. "He's actually in L.A. and right after the show, I'm going right back to L.A. so I can see him and be with my baby."

She added: "That's all I think about right now. It's Titan, Titan, Titan. I'm a happy girl."

While looking after her son is her number one priority, Kelly did reveal that she has been working on some new music.

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The singer revealed that she has been working on new music

"I'm still in the beginning stages of the record, but it's been wonderful so far. I can't complain. I'm just really putting more tempo to this record."

Kelly has faced a series of highs and lows over the last year – her mother Doris Rowland Garrison passed away in December, just one month after the birth of her first child.

The singer had married her partner Tim Witherspoon in Costa Rica in May with just a handful of friends and family present, including Beyoncé and Solange Knowles.

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