AceShowbiz - Rihanna is slowly but surely back to her penchant for showing off her curves. The Barbadian songstress has offered a glimpse of her post-baby body, two months after giving birth to her first child with A$AP Rocky.
The new mom was caught on camera when making an appearance at the Lollapalooza festival in Paris, France on Sunday, July 17. The 34-year-old was there to support her rapper boyfriend, who was performing at the festival.
In pictures obtained by Daily Mail, Rih rocked a pair of skintight Adidas leggings which she teamed with a matching sporty windbreaker. She tucked the long-sleeved top under her blue leggings.
Adding an edgy touch, the "Only Girl (In the World)" hitmaker accessorized with a multitude of pearl necklaces around her neck. She also wore a pair of stylish sparkling earrings and a matching ring on her finger, while her hair was styled in a messy updo.
The new mom has been traveling with Rocky whenever he's out of town for a show. Earlier this month, she was spotted in London to give support for her beau, who was booked as one of the performers at Wireless Festival.
During her stay in the U.K., the Fenty Beauty founder made a surprise visit to London Art Gallery. On July 12, the "Love the Way You Lie" singer was photographed making a public appearance at the Mexican Geniuses Exhibition at Dock X in Canada Water.
At the time, she looked stunning in a black top with lace sleeves, paired with black pants and white sneakers. She also sported a statement medallion around her neck as she let her hair down in curly waves.
Rihanna gave birth to a baby boy in May, after dating Rocky for two years. While she looked like she was ready to get back to her usual routine, a source explained that she was still not prepared to introduce her baby to the public eyes.
"Rihanna is not quite ready to debut her baby to the world just yet," the so-called insider told Hollywood Life, adding that she was "extremely protective" of the infant and that "he's still very young and she's still managing the transition to motherhood."