Supermodel Irina Shayk returned to the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival on Tuesday for the first time since becoming a mother. The Russian beauty gave birth to daughter Lea de Seine, her first child with rumoured fiance Bradley Cooper, on 21 March, and it didn't take long for the new mum to shed her pregnancy pounds, showing off her slender physique in recent Instagram photos.
Irina Shayk welcomed her first child at the end of March
And on Tuesday, Irina proved she was back on top form as she dazzled photographers on the red carpet in Cannes, France. She wore a floor-length ruches yellow Versace dress, which featured a daring thigh-high slit and sheer material on the back of the gown, putting her curves on full display. The 31-year-old stunner, a spokesmodel for top beauty brand, and festival sponsor, L'Oreal Paris, completed her look with jewellery from Lorraine Schwartz, and took to Instagram to share her love for the entire ensemble.
The Victoria's Secret model looked flawless ina Versace gown
"Such an amazing time being back in Cannes with my @lorealmakeup family!" Irina wrote on Tuesday night. "Can't thank you enough @donatella_versace for this beautiful custom dress..#LorealCannes #LorealMakeUp #lorraineschwartz."
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Following Irina's post, her close friend Candice Swanepoel commented on the photo by simply writing: "Amazing!"
Irina and Bradley Cooper have been dating for two years
While Irina's look was breathtaking, the glow she boasted was undoubtedly down to being a new mother. A source close to the model and Bradley recently told E! News that the pair are enjoying every second of being parents, adding: "She is such a loving and caring mom. She is in bliss. Life is good. She can't keep her eyes off her little girl. Bradley's just in love. They are both very protective over their baby and are only letting a few close family and friends to see their baby."
Irina's red carpet comeback came as she attended the screening of Japanese drama Radiance, which is competing for the festival's coveted Palme d'Or prize.