By Sarah Bull

Taking the post-baby diet a bit too far: Abbey Crouch showcased her incredibly slim figure as she arrived at the Harvey Nichols fashion show in Manchester last night

She snapped back into shape just weeks after giving birth to baby Sophia.

But now it seems that Abbey Crouch may have taken her post-baby diet and exercise regime a bit too far.

The 26-year-old model, who previously revealed she was a tiny size six, showed off her incredibly slim frame in an off-the-shoulder white and black polkadot dress as she arrived for the Phillip Armstrong fashion show at Harvey Nichols in Manchester last night.

Slender: Abbey brightened up her black and white polkadot dress with a pair of eye-catching tangerine heels

Clutching a chic black bag and wearing lively orange heels to brighten up the otherwise monochrome outfit, Abbey drew attention to her very slender arms and prominent chestbone as she headed home from the event.

In an interview conducted in September last year, Abbey boasted that she had already slimmed down to less than she weighed before she fell pregnant with Sophia, her first child with husband Peter Crouch.

She said at the time: 'I’ve just been running around after my baby and horse-riding.

Fashionable family: Abbey was joined at the event by her sister Elle (second from left), cousin Chloe and mother Karen

Doing well: Despite still being new to the modelling world, Abbey's sister Elle seems to have got the hang of the model stance

'I weigh less than I weighed before I had the baby and I’m really happy with my figure. I’m lucky to be blessed with good genes.

'My mum is 51 and hasn’t had any work done but she still looks like she could be my sister. She’s a goddess.'

However, now Abbey, who weighed just 8st 7lbs before conceiving Sophia, appears to have lost considerably more weight since then - judging by the pictures of her last night.

As well as her slim arms and legs, Abbey seems to have fallen victim to the curse of the 'lollipop head' - when people are so slender than their heads appear too big for their bodies.

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