She gave birth just shy of 10 weeks ago and already Halle Berry appears to be back to her trim and toned pre-pregnancy figure.
After stepping out in layers of baggy clothes on Saturday night for the first time since welcoming son Maceo Robert Martinez into the world on October 5, the Oscar-winner gave a much better glimpse of her svelte frame as she picked up some groceries at West Hollywood’s Bristol Farms on Thursday.
The 47-year-old shed her winter woollies as she embraced the sunshine in a tight light grey midi-dress worn as a skirt, with a gathered black tank over the top.
While even side-on the actress appeared not to have any trace of a belly, she wisely chose the baggy, draped top for its figure-disguising qualities.
The mom-of-two looked relaxed and fairly well-rested on the casual outing despite having a newborn at home.
She donned comfy flip flops and wore large brown aviators over her no-doubt tired eyes, while she chose to forgo a bulky handbag and simply clutched her car keys and wallet in her spare hand while carrying her bag of goodies in the other.
Disappearing act: Even side-on the new mom showed no traces of a belly, though she wisely chose a black top with gathered detail to disguise any remaining lumps and bumps
The star appeared to be wearing little to no make-up, though her complexion was flawless as ever.
Her short cropped brunette tresses were worn in a sleek style that fell down low in a sideswept fringe over her left eye.
Halle has a lot to celebrate this Christmas, with a new husband and baby joining five-year-old daughter Nahla from her previous relationship with model Gabriel Aubry.
The X-Men star wed French actor Olivier Martinez, 47, in a private ceremony in Vallery, France on July 13 – less than three months before the couple welcomed their first child together.
The new mom was likely eager to quickly regain her figure following the birth of her son, with new series Extant set to begin filming early in the New Year.
She’s also getting ready to step behind the camera as she executive produces miniseries Hannibal, which is being developed for the History Channel.