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Lauren Goodger shared a stunning snap on social media, alongside an uplifting message following her daughter's tragic death.
The former TOWIE star, 35, posted to her 874k Instagram followers to share the positive message, following her alleged attack and the tragic death of her daughter Lorena.
In a stunning Instagram story, Lauren is seen filming herself from a downward angle as she showcased her incredible curves in a pink triangle bra.
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Looking every inch the pin-up, Lauren embraced the natural look, as she sported a pair of denim shorts and minimal makeup.
Her long brown hair hung loosely over her shoulders as she blew a kiss to the camera.
Captioning the post, she wrote: “'I'm such a morning person! I love waking up in the morning. What shall today bring me. Let's get ready and get out."
Lauren has reportedly vowed to 'stay strong' for her daughter Larose after the the TV star was allegedly assaulted on the day of her baby's funeral. Her boyfriend Charles Drury, 25, was later arrested on suspicion of assault and bailed following the alleged incident.
She went through a "horrendous whirlwind" dealing with the death of both Lorena and her ex-boyfriend Jake McLean – who lost his life when his car plunged 70ft off a cliff in Turkey last month.
In her latest caption, the influencer claimed she felt "pretty again" amid her "road of recovery", while referencing her recent "heartache, pain and traumas".
She wrote: "My first post of me in a long time …. It's a road of recovery and I am taking every bit of self love I can.
"Thank you @cosmessex Emmie for making me feel pretty again it's been 2 years since I've had work on my face I had 2 babies back to back and had a lot of heartache pain and traumas but I am finding me again."
Speaking about the tragic death of her newborn daughter, Lauren admitted she's "broken" after the tragedy and said she'll one day write a book to help others who might be going through the same thing
"I just want to say thank you all for the support, I am broken," Lauren wrote on her Instagram stories.
"One day I'll write my second book and tell my story to all I've been through when I'm old. And hopefully it can be someone's survival guide."
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