Gisele's Post-Baby Bikini Body Sizzles in New Ad Campaign

06/22/2010 at 12:30 PM ET

Courtesy of Calzedonia

It was a little more than a week ago that Gisele Bündchen took to the runway for the first time since giving birth in December, flaunting her flawless post-baby figure during Sao Paolo Fashion Week. But it turns out that the new mother had gotten her famously flawless figure back long before then: Just-released images from Calzedonia’s Spring/Summer 2011 swimwear campaign–which was shot in February, according to InStyle.com–feature the 29-year-old supermodel showing off her picture-perfect physique in a tiny string bikini–a mere two months after giving birth to baby Benjamin! Donning a jewel-encrusted swimsuit from the Italian beachwear label, the Brazilian beauty was back in tip-top form posing for the camera on a tropical beach. With her new family in order, it seems as if the supermodel’s career is still on fire. We can’t wait to see what’s in store next for her! See more shots from Gisele’s campaign at InStyle.com.–David Yi

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Lisa on

Whether it’s airbrushed or not, there are other photos out there of Giselle, not ‘airbrushed’ and she is CLEARLY this tiny. She was skinny to begin with, she maintained her health and figure while pregnant and got right back into shape. Come on, give the woman credit for taking care of herself before you cast stones….

Lisa on

Keep in mind, celebrities, as well as many of us, say things that are taken out of context all the time. Not to mention, journalists ALWAYS cut the article to fit and for a good read. Giselle is not American nor born American and her ‘language’ and meaning is different than Americans. Cut her some slack….I’m sure what you interpreted as ‘garbage disposal’ meant something entirely different to her. I have friends all over the country and the language barrier tends to be a problem, but going into a conversation and knowing this beforehand, allows for LESS misunderstandings and reading into things.

Moo Moo on

Women no longer blow up like balloons to have babies, so this is nothing new. Besides, I recall the London Fog campaign where the airbrushed out her big pregnant belly completely, so who knows if this is even what she looks like or not. I was back at my pre-baby hot body within a few weeks of giving birth too… so who cares? yawn.

sarah on

She is a very angry mean woman She has had alot of plastic surgery and starves her self and tom cheats on her

disbeliever on

there is no way anyone can look like that two months after giving birth!

SouthBay on

People get over yourselves ok.. Although the pic obviously have some retouching, it does not take away the fact that Gisele, perhaps, has an amazing body even without retouching. Gisele has a natural skinny body and had a tiny belly even at 9 months of pregnancy. My sister has 2 kids, no stretch marks, and an amazing body without retouching. Don’t hate, appreciate.

jean on

dont think she is attractive. big nose and stringy hair.

STEFANY on

Sorry, but I don’t see it. She’s not that beautiful. And she’s presently the highest paid model in the industry.
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@Rolyat

I totallY agree, I’ve never understood the obsession over this chick, she’s very average in the face.

Tommy on

Yea I hit that before she was famous

Mary Ann on

Excuse me? Can anyone say “air brush” please?

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