Blake Lively shows off her slim postbaby body in plunging dress two months after giving birth at L’Oréal Women of Worth Awards
She's has snapped back into shape less than two months after welcoming her second child.
And Blake Lively made a rare public appearance on Wednesday L’Oréal Women of Worth Awards in New York.
The gorgeous blonde, 29, wore a loose-fitting navy dress with sheer sleeves as she let her golden hair fall over her shoulders.
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Looking phenomenal: Blake Lively made a rare public appearance on Wednesday L’Oréal Women of Worth Awards in New York
Blake and her husband Ryan Reynolds welcomed daughter James in December 2014 and their second child in September, which the Deadpool star hinted at being another girl, last month.
Blake and Ryan have been together for four years, and they married in September 2012 in South Carolina.
Karlie Kloss was also in attendance. The 24-year-old wore a gorgeous plunging gold gown that put her phenomenal figure on full display.
Laughing out loud! The gorgeous blonde, 29, wore a loose-fitting navy dress with sheer sleeves as she let her golden hair fall over her shoulders
Three's company! The mother of two was joined by Karlie Kloss and Eva Longoria
Stunning: The 24-year-old wore a gorgeous plunging gold gown that put her phenomenal figure on full display
Double threat! Karlie is not only a high end model but also loves computer programming
Karlie, who stands at 6ft2in towered over fellow attendee Eva Longoria, who is a foot shorter at 5ft2in.
Screen legend Diane Keaton was also on hand in a quirky white raincoat and fedora with her signature black fingerless gloves.
L’Oréal Paris makes a $15,000 donation on behalf of each honoree at the Women Of Worth Awards to a charitable organization of their choosing.
You're so tall! Karlie, who stands at 6ft2in towered over fellow attendee Eva, who is a foot shorter at 5ft2in
The ladies were joined by a host of fellow women at the awards show, including Diane Keaton, Aimee Mullins, and Andie MacDowell
The awards ceremony provides a national platform for honorees to spread awareness on various important causes and to encourage volunteer work.
Meanwhile, Karlie recently chatted with The Hollywood Reporter about fashion and her love of coding.
The star shared: 'When I started to learn how to code, I had no idea really what it is, but I just knew it was this giant, mysterious puzzle and this very elusive idea. What is this thing coding that everyone is talking about?
Just the five of us! The ladies broke off for their own photo op
'Tech companies are built using code and they are transforming industries whether it's fashion or communications of healthcare. The world that we live in is being totally transformed by technology.'
Karlie also told THR that it is possible to be nice in fashion: 'Fashion is a very competitive world, but at the same time it is a family network of people who are all incredibly passionate about creativity and creating. Inspiring the world and inspiring one another.'
Meanwhile, Karlie, who was a regular in the annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show since 2011 eventually became an official 'Angel' in 2013, only to leave the lingerie brand in 2015.
This year's show will mark her return to the VS runway for the first time since 2014.
The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, which normally takes place in New York City - excluding the London show in 2014 - will happen in Paris this year.
The 2016 show will tape on November 30 at the Grand Palais, but won't air on CBS until December 5.
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