Chloe Lewis shows off her slender physique in cutout bikini as she hints at ‘new adventure’

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His social networks are full of snapshots of his sunny trips abroad.

And Chloe Lewis showed off her washboard abs in an asymmetric bikini top and cutout panties on Saturday, as she cryptically announced, ‘Here’s our new adventure. ”

The former TOWIE star, 28, also uploaded a plane and a house emoji to her Instagram post, as she hinted she might move overseas before also posing on a plane with her well-off son. loved Beau, 13 months old.

Stunning: Chloe Lewis showed off her washboard abs in an asymmetric bikini top and cutout briefs on Saturday, as she cryptically announced: ‘Here’s our new adventure’

Chloe completed her statement ensemble with a shirt draped over her arms. She styled her locks in a loose wave and framed her face with black undertones.

The reality TV star wrote in the black and white photo: ‘This is bikini life and our new adventure,’ alongside a baby, a plane, a house, a sun and praying hands.

She also shared an adorable photo from her plane trip with her 13-month-old son Beau, which she shares with Danny Flasher, perched on her lap.

Chloe wore a white cardigan and her face mask rested on her chin while her son wore an adorable duck egg blue onesie and sucked a dummy.

New life?  The former TOWIE star, 28, also uploaded a plane and a house emoji to her Instagram post as it hinted she might be moving overseas.

New life? The former TOWIE star, 28, also uploaded a plane and a house emoji to her Instagram post as it hinted she might be moving overseas.

'Our new adventure begins': Chloe also shared an adorable photo of her plane trip with her 13-month-old son Beau perched on her lap

‘Our new adventure begins’: Chloe also shared an adorable photo of her plane trip with her 13-month-old son Beau perched on her lap

The mother-of-one captured her son wearing headphones in a business class seat as he anxiously watched the movie Happy Feet.

The former TOWIE star gave birth to her son, Beau, in October last year. Chloe revealed in August that Beau had to wear a helmet 23 hours a day due to a deformed head.

The mother-of-one shared several sweet snaps with her little one in headphones as she discussed her trip.

Benevolent: Chloe previously revealed Beau had to wear a helmet 23 hours a day because he had a deformed head

Benevolent: Chloe previously revealed Beau had to wear a helmet 23 hours a day because he had a deformed head

She wrote: ‘I wanted to make a little post to share Beau’s journey with all of you and educate other babies.

“ When Beau was born he suffered from a deformed head from a traumatic birth and then for months afterwards he slept on the flattest side because it was more comfortable for him. We used the shaping pillow, but in Beau’s case, it didn’t do much for him.

Explaining how she sought advice, she added: ‘Then I ran into the prettiest girl Ria and her handsome boy Rudi who had the same thing. So I decided to send her a random message via Instagram.

Candid: She wrote: 'I wanted to do a little post to share Beau's journey with all of you and educate other babies'

Candid: She wrote: ‘I wanted to do a little post to share Beau’s journey with all of you and educate other babies’

WHAT IS FLAT HEAD SYNDROME?

Babies sometimes develop a flattened head by the age of a few months, usually by sleeping on their backs.

Sometimes the head may be flattened on one side (known as plagiocephaly) or the back of the head flattens out, causing the head to widen and the skull to bulge (called bracycephaly).

The head may be flattened in the womb, and the condition is more common in babies born prematurely because they get stuck in the birth canal when their skull is not fully developed.

But the most common cause is that babies now sleep on their backs every night – a position doctors advise to avoid sudden infant death syndrome.

When they are lying on their backs, the whole weight of their head is on the back of their skull and the pressure of the mattress on their soft skulls causes it to become flat.

The conditions are not considered medically dangerous.

Doctors advise changing the baby’s position during the day to relieve pressure on the back of his head, and this will often correct itself over time.

However, they warn parents not to change their baby’s sleeping position by lying on their back at night.

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It is very important that babies sleep on their backs, as this reduces the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).

Source: NHS Choice

‘I asked her 100 questions and she put my mind completely at ease and then advised me to visit the London Orthotic Consultancy.

“ So here we are in 3 weeks … wearing a helmet 23 hours a day. Let’s just say it hasn’t been easy, but we know it’s for the best.

She signed off saying, ‘We love you, handsome boy (If anyone has any questions, Ria has kindly offered to answer any questions, as have I.

“I couldn’t have done it without you @ririhalli So thanks I would love to hear your travels if you are going through the same situation with your own babies #babyhelmetclub”. [sic]

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Babies sometimes develop a flattened head by the age of a few months, usually because they spend a lot of time lying on their backs.

This is quite common, as it affects about one in five babies at some time.

There are specially designed helmets and headbands that some people believe can help improve the shape of a baby’s skull as they grow older.

It comes after Chloe recently opened up about her pregnancy in a question period and said she gained 1.5 stone in weight while expecting her first baby.

The reality TV star admitted that she was ‘surprised’ at her poor weight gain and also revealed that she got pregnant just a month after starting her family planning journey.

She told fans: “ I weighed myself towards the end, I was about a stone and a half taller. I really thought I was going to explode pregnant but I really surprised myself.

When asked if she is planning on starting a family, the media personality said she ‘feels the time is right’ because she is happy with her relationship with Danny.

“Yes, we planned and fell in the first month, but everyone is different. I don’t know if you think the time is right, ” she said.

“ I was just really happy in my relationship and I knew it was right and I always wanted to be a mom.

“Also, I have had a lot of practice with my sisters’ babies, the only difference is that I have to return them. [sic]

Family trip: Chloe welcomed her son Beau with partner Danny Flasher in October last year and the family enjoyed a trip to Ibiza in the summer

Family trip: Chloe welcomed her son Beau with partner Danny Flasher in October last year and the family enjoyed a trip to Ibiza in the summer

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