Jack Whitehall's fiancé Roxy Horner shows off her incredible post baby body just four weeks after giving birth | The Sun

ROXY Horner, Jack Whitehall's fiancé, proudly displayed her physique only four weeks after the birth of their baby.

The 32-year-old was spotted stepping out with fiancé Jack Whitehall, 35, at the Beckham premiere last night.

Roxy effortlessly blended the classic black-and-white combination with a modern twist.

Her black button-down shirt, with its crisp white collars and cuffs peeking through, added a touch of sophistication to her look.

The new mum opted for white pointy heels that not only added a pop of contrast but also elongated her legs, giving her a statuesque appearance.

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Her little black bag was the finishing touch to her ensemble.

On September 5th, the celebrity duo were seen departing from St. Mary's Hospital in London, accompanied by their newborn daughter.

They welcomed a baby girl into their family and named her Elsie.

Roxy and Jack have been together for more than five years after first meeting in Australia.

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Although Jack is a famous actor and comedian starring in films like Robots and Jungle Cruise, Roxy is famous in her own right.

The 32-year-old works as a model. She appeared in British Vogue at the age of 17.

Earlier this year, Roxy discovered she had Type 1 Diabetes.

After collapsing at the Brits, the star was rushed to hospital where the diagnosis was made. She praised Jack for being by her side in spite of him being the host of the ceremony that night.

Jack said: “We found out she had diabetes the night I was hosting the Brits.

“She had something called a diabetic hypo and she fainted.

"Paramedics were trying to resuscitate her and her sugar levels were spiking dangerously.

“We ended up in A&E on the night of the Brits which definitely made for a slightly different vibe of an after-party."

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