LAUREN Pope is basking in the glow of being a new mum, all the while surrounded by stunning views of London.
The former Towie star, 37, gave birth to daughter Raine two weeks ago and has shared how much she loves cuddling her baby on the sofa.
Lauren shares her very chic flat with boyfriend of 18 months, the millionaire Tony Keterman.
Their modern abode overlooks parkland near Primose Hill and has an enviable skyline view of London.
The love-up couple can stare out at the London skyline from their comfortable bed, complete with simple grey fabric headboard, throw pillows and white sheets.
Lauren has kept the rest of the bedroom in the same colour scheme and simple approach.
She’s stored their clothes in Ikea’s trusted Malm chest of drawers, which she’s topped with her white Louis Vuitton cross body bag.
On top of the drawers, Lauren has also chosen to place white orchards in metal pots and framed photos.
Showing off their taste for art, the drawers are also topped with iconic sculptures by US artist to the stars, KAWS.
Lauren spends a lot of time cuddling up to Raine on her grey chaise end sofa which sits in the couple’s modern lounge room.
White tiles lead into the kitchen and dining room, which are separated from the lounge by glass doors in wooden frames.
The simple but on trend kitchen feature latte coloured splash back cabinets.
Bifold doors open out to the wooden terrace, where Lauren and Tony have spent a lot of time on their outdoor furniture with their beloved puppy, Cookie.
The reality star, who quit Towie last year after nine years on screen, embraced motherhood and is no rush to get her pre-baby body back.
She says she “still looks five-months pregnant” after giving birth to her first baby at the weekend.
The former Towie star has spoken out about her “tough” labour as she reflects on how her body has changed since becoming a mum.
Lauren revealed she named her baby daughter Raine Anais who she welcomed with her millionaire boyfriend Tony Keterman on Saturday, 11 July.
The 37-year-old told the Daily Mail: “The birth was tough of course but she is worth every bit of pain, tears, sickness and exhaustion.
“I now feel at my most content, I may have painful sore parts of my body and a belly that still looks five months pregnant but I don’t even care.
“All I care about is being the best possible mum I can be and to soak in every minute of every day with her.”