Known for her grueling exercise routines, Ferne McCann certainly knew how to showcase her amazing results as she left her local gym in Essex on Tuesday.
The former TOWIE star, 32, looked sensational as she showed off her incredible abs in a black crop top and form fitting workout gear.
The appearance comes after the TV personality revealed she wants to have another child before tying the knot with fiancé Lorri Haines.
Channeling the ’80s, the reality star wore her socks over her fitted red leggings, which she paired with a pair of multicolored trainers.
Ferne pushed her freshly cut bob to the side as she stepped out in a pair of square sunglasses.
Cooling off, the mother-of-one wore her sweater tied around her waist while hydrating herself with a bottle of water.
Ferne announced her engagement to partner Lorri in July, just seven months after going public with their romance.
The reality star already has a daughter Sunday, four, with her ex-boyfriend Arthur Collins and has raised her as a single mom.
Collins is currently serving a 20-year sentence after being found guilty of carrying out a brutal acid attack in 2017.
Lorri also has one child – a son of a similar age to Sunday – from a previous relationship.
Ferne has admitted she is “so ready” to have another child and said she would like Sunday to have a sibling before she marries.
“I haven’t thought too much about wedding plans, we made the decision that we want to have another baby first,” she told Closer magazine this week. “I would love for Sunday to have a sibling and grow and expand our family.
“I really want a baby right now, I’m so ready, but you know what, every baby is a miracle and it will happen when it’s meant to be.”
Ferne admitted the pregnancy of her best friend Billie Faiers, 32, has increased her desire to have another baby because she wants her children to be in the same school year.
She said: “It would be so nice if I could conceive soon – you can tell I’ve thought about it more than my wedding – then my baby and Billie’s baby would be in the same school year. It’s like the new generation!’