Anna Chlumsky Debuts Skinny Post-Baby Body on Watch What Happens Live

Celebrity Body Aug. 5, 2013 AT 3:30PM
Anna Chlumsky at Watch What Happens Live Anna Chlumsky wowed on the red carpet with her post-baby body at Bravo's Watch What Happens Live on Sunday, Aug. 4. Credit: Charles Sykes/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank

Pretty in pink! Anna Chlumsky debuted her skinny post-baby body less than a month after giving birth to daughter Penelope Joan So on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live, and the former child star wowed in a hot pink dress and black pumps.

Chlumsky, 32, wore her hair down and wavy for the taping, and showed off her slim figure and toned arms in a sleeveless, low-cut dress, accenting her waist with a thick belt.

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The first-time mom, perhaps best known for her role as adorable Vada Margaret Sultenfuss in 1991 movie My Girl, was giddy as she opened up to show host Andy Cohen about her baby daughter (with entrepreneur husband Shaun So, also 32).

"She's pretty good. We like her a lot," she said with a smile. "She's eating a lot, she's a growing girl!"

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Chlumsky and So welcomed their tiny bundle of joy on Thursday, July 11. A few days later, the actress received news of her first Emmy nomination for her role on HBO hit Veep.

"Congrats to Tony Hale and Julia Louis-Dreyfus on the Emmy nods for Veep!" she tweeted a few days later. "And huzzah to all the cast n' crew for the show's nod! Woohoo!"

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Chlumsky, who announced her pregnancy in March, previously told Us Weekly that she thankfully had a fairly "drama free pregnancy."

"I just want pastries a lot, but I mean, it's nothing weird. I'm not waking my husband up at 2:00 in the morning to go to 7/11 or anything like that," she told Us at the time. "It's been pretty controlled. I'm able to pretty much figure out where it belongs in my regimen, I think."

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