Coronation Street's Lucy Fallon shows off incredible post baby body doing pilates just weeks after giving birth | The Sun

CORONATION Street's Lucy Fallon has revealed her sensational post-baby body doing pilates just weeks after giving birth.

The actress – best known for her role as Bethany Platt in Corrie –welcomed her son last January.

Lucy showed off her incredibly flat tum as she worked out during a pilates session.

She wore a tight t-shirt and revealed her toned legs in leggings for her exercise class.

Her trainer from Pilates Works in Southport said: "It was pregnancy and post natal pilates that kept my body strong and helped me to repair, recover and spring back into action after each of my 3 children.

"I love to share what I know and help other new mums to strengthen their pelvic floor, get their bodies moving safely and to give them time out for themselves.

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"It was so gorgeous to work with you @lucyfallonx 👩‍🍼👶. I’m excited for our next sessions."

Meanwhile Lucy and footballer boyfriend Ryan Ledsen 25, have revealed the name of their son – a month after he was born.

They have called their little boy Sonny.

In a new interview with OK!, Lucy said: “I kept adding names to a list. I liked a lot of names that Ryan didn’t. Some were a bit out there, like ‘Fox’.”

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Preston midfielder Ryan was adamant they weren't going to have a quirky name though to stop their son being "ribbed" growing up.

The actress conceived Sonny after suffering a miscarriage and the devastating experience made her pregnancy all the more emotional.

She said: “It’s been a roller-coaster of high and low moments, with lots of tears along the way. When Sonny was finally born, we were both sobbing – but happy tears.”

Lucy and Ryan have been keeping fans up to date since then and even shared a picture from a recent trip to Tesco with the little one.

Speaking ahead of becoming a dad, Preston North End midfielder Ryan, 25, revealed he would definitely be missing a game if Lucy went into labour.

He told the Lancashire Post: “I'm one of them where there is more to life than football,” 

“There are hundreds more games, you might never get another kid. I definitely won't be missing the birth of my child but if he's out and there's a game I'll make sure I'm at the game.”

The footy star added: “It's been hard for her, bloody hell. Any girl, they're absolute machines to go through what they have to go through.”

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