Lauren Goodger looks incredible as she kisses tiny baby Larose on walk in Essex two months after giving birth

NEW mum Lauren Goodger is seen kissing her newborn daughter Larose as they went for a walk in Essex.

The 34-year-old former Towie star got some fresh air with the tot two months after she gave birth.

Wearing a white top and a pair of leggings, the reality TV favourite was seen pushing a pram near her home.

She was snapped with the baby resting peacefully on her shoulder before she planted a kiss on her face.

Lauren welcomed her first child, who she shares with boyfriend Charles Drury, back in July.

Unusually, she said that she did so "standing up" saying she "got in the zone" to deal with the pain of contractions.

She recently told fans she has a "new respect for my body and what it's given me" saying: "I'm a new mum, I'm healing and my body has changed." 

Speaking to Closer about mean comments from the public, she said: "I think the trolls need to get a life. No one should be criticising a new mum on her appearance.

"At one point I didn't even shower for three days. My priority isn't me anymore, it's her, so that means I don't have time to put in as much effort."

The star earlier revealed that she had named the newborn after herself saying "it feels so special".

She told OK!: "I decided to call her Larose because my great-nan was called Rose and I’m named Lauren Rose after her. So I decided to name my daughter that after me."

Lauren added: "Charlie and I loved the name so much and came up with it together as it’s unique and we haven’t heard of anyone else who has it."

The former Towie star had been desperate to give birth after the heat made her exceptionally uncomfortable at nine months pregnant – with her body covered in an itchy and sore rash.

She confessed that she and her beau had been having sex "all the time" in a bid to speed up labour.

Lauren and Charles enjoyed a whirlwind romance and went public with their relationship in October last year – with the star falling pregnant shortly afterwards.

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