Helen Flanagan dresses her newborn son in matching pyjamas for Easter family snap

HELEN Flanagan dressed her newborn son in matching pyjamas for an Easter family snap.

The 30-year-old star gave birth to her third child – a boy named Charlie – last week.

Helen looked stunning in her white cotton PJs with yellow polka dots.

Her outfit highlighted her slim tum and showed she was already starting to snap back into shape after having her first son just two weeks ago.

The former Coronation Street star glammed up with her blonde hair in soft waves and wearing a slick of lipgloss as she wore matching nightwear with her kids.

She cradled her sweet newborn son in her arms while cuddling up to her five-year-old Matilda and three-year-old Delilah, who she also shares with footballer fiancé Scott Sinclair.



Helen captioned the shot: "Happy Easter Weekend 🐣 💛looking forward to it with my little loves 🐣 matching sleepwear @sleepydoe_bath 💛"

Her former Corrie family flocked to comment, with screen mum Sally Dynevor gushing: "Gorgeous family."

Her screen sister Brooke Vincent, whose expecting her second child, posted several heart face emojis.

One fan commented on her hot mum looks and said: "How on earth do you look so good with a week old baby? My youngest baby is 12 and I'm still trying. Happy Easter x"





Meanwhile Helen proved herself as a multi-tasking pro today, revealing that she completed household chores while breastfeeding newborn son Charlie.

She posed for a smiling selfie while breastfeeding her son, with the new mum supporting the little one in a baby carrier.

Helen was visibly glowing in the make-up free picture, with her hair tied back into a bun.

The TV favourite captioned the post: "Breastfeeding while doing house jobs. I wish I washed my hair."



She followed up with a video of Charlie still in the carrier, explaining that she'd been forced to put cabbage leaves over her breasts in a bid to relieve pain.

The vegetables are a common home remedy to help ease discomfort for swollen or painful breasts due to cabbage's anti-inflammatory properties.

Helen explained: "I've got tea on, Charlie's on the baby carrier, he's had a feed.

"I've had to put a cabbage leaf in my bra."

Youngest daughter Delilah then came into shot, with the proud mum gushing about how much she loves her little brother – asking her if she was going to help give him his first bath.

Helen wrote alongside the videos: "Can't believe I'm a mummy of three.

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