LITTLE People, Big World's Audrey Roloff has shocked fans by showing off her post-baby body in a sexy $162 swimsuit.
Audrey, 30, posed in the Instagram Story holding her now six-month-old baby Radley.
During the sweet clip, the LPBW star flashed a smile as she carried Radley under her arm.
The reality star wore a stunning swimsuit that had images of pink flowers on the front.
Radley looked adorable in his light brownish onesie while the Sheryl Crow song, Soak Up the Sun, played in the background.
Audrey then uploaded a link and revealed where she bought the one-piece.
She captioned the post: "Linked again since I know you all will ask."
The Saint Maddox swimsuit is estimated at $170.
THEIR NEW HOME
Back in May, the couple purchased the two-story farmhouse in Hillsboro, Oregon.
Built-in 1979, the two-story Hillsboro farmhouse is just a seven-minute drive from Roloff Farms.
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Jeremy could not agree with his father Matt Roloff, 60, who decided to put up about 16-acres of their family's plot up for sale.
HER POSTPARTUM EXPERIENCE
The Little People star has been open about her postpartum body since giving birth to her third child.
Back in November, Audrey shared photos of herself wearing only a bra and shorts "just one hour postpartum."
In the snap, she seemed to have a baby bump after she had delivered her baby boy.
She captioned the post: "The one-hour postpartum mirror selfie. God made our bodies to do miraculous things like bringing life into the world."
Though she has not been shy about her body, Audrey also opened up about the pain and exhaustion from her postpartum experience.
The TV star shared: "I didn't tear as bad. I didn't hemorrhage this time."
"My birth experience was so beautiful and peaceful and empowering.
"Those first few days postpartum I was so encouraged."
She reminded fans that there is more to giving birth than the cute baby photos.
Audrey said: "This is what you hardly ever see on the other side of the screen.
"An overflowing postpartum nightstand with a very tired, hurting, recovering mama.
"Tears of joy as she swoons over her newborn baby and tears of pain as she aches in too many places to count."
She reminded other mothers that if "your body feels wrecked" they are not alone.