Katy Perry wows with svelte post-baby body just six weeks after giving birth

Having graced the Met Gala as a hamburger, Katy Perry has a reputation for dressing creatively, but her latest venture might be her cleverest look to date.

The 35-year-old singer dressed in head-to-toe cow print to celebrate her return to American Idol, as a tongue-in-cheek reference to breastfeeding.

Katy gave birth to her first baby, Daisy Dove Bloom, with fiancé Orlando Bloom six weeks ago, branding herself as "MUTHA MILKS" in the bovine costume.

Showcasing her outfit over Instagram, Katy looked breathtaking in the figure-hugging ensemble, which was patterned with black and white cow print.

Designed by Christian Siriano, the outfit featured fingerless gloves, a wide-brimmed hat, and a puff-sleeved gown, falling to the floor.

Katy's blonde locks were worked into 50s curls, as she painted her pout with pink lipstick and added winged eyeliner for dramatic effect.

In her caption, Katy made a playful reference to her daughter's birth, saying: "MUTHA MILKS is back to werk @americanidol and it's udderly ridiculously MOO-ving already!"

She added: "Not pictured: my pumping breaks.

"Shout out to @csiriano for the incredible custom costume."

Taking to the comment section below, her celeb pals praised the I Kissed A Girl singer's post-pregnancy glow, praising the new mum's outlandish sense of style.

Supermodel Miranda Kerr wrote: "Omg you're amazing! Love you."

"Flawless," chimed Brazilian hitmaker Anitta.

And celeb makeup artist Michael Anthony penned: "According to my COWculations this is a FULL CALF extra hot double foam SERVE."

The arrival of Katy's daughter Daisy in August melted fans' hearts across the globe, as they broke the news of her birth over social media.

Keeping in line with their charity work, Orlando collaborated with Unicef to make the heartwarming announcement, urging fans to donate money to mothers in need.

In conversation with Unicef, the couple said: "We are floating with love and wonder from the safe and healthy arrival of our daughter.⠀

"But we know we're the lucky ones and not everyone can have a birthing experience as peaceful as ours was. Communities around the world are still experiencing a shortage of healthcare workers and every eleven seconds a pregnant woman or newborn dies, mostly from preventable causes.

"Since COVID-19 many more newborn lives are at risk because of the increased lack of access to water, soap, vaccines and medicines that prevent diseases."

They finished: "As parents to a newborn, this breaks our hearts, as we empathise with struggling parents now more than ever."

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