Bryce Dallas Howard Post-Baby Body, Actress Shows Off Slimmed Down Figure: Picture

Celebrity News Aug. 16, 2013 AT 8:30AM
Bryce Dallas Howard on August 14, 2013
Bryce Dallas Howard at the 13th Annual InStyle Summer Soiree at Mondrian Los Angeles on August 14, 2013 in West Hollywood, California. Credit: Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic

Bryce Dallas Howard stuns on the red carpet! After debuting her post-baby body at the red carpet premiere of Lifetime's Call Me Crazy: A Five Film back in April, the 32-year-old actress stepped out once again with an even more slimmed down figure at the 2013 InStyle Summer Soiree on Wednesday, Aug. 14.

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Wearing a colorful Kate Spade purple and pink dress and dark yellow heels, the redhead beauty wore her hair down at the event, held at the Mondrian Hotel in West Hollywood. The appearance is rare for the actress, who was pretty scarce during her daughter's first year. She and her husband Seth Gable welcomed baby girl Beatrice Jean, in January 2012. The new addition joined big brother Theodore, 5, at the time.

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Shortly after giving birth to Beatrice Jean, the Help star admitted that the second birth was easier than the first. "I had, especially after the birth of my daughter, because of the experience I had [with] my son, I had family around me constantly, I had friends around me constantly, professionals supporting me through that, and I feel really grateful," she told Us Weekly in April. "I couldn't have done it otherwise. You can't raise kids alone, you can't heal alone. -- you really need a community."

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The support Howard references to is the struggle she endured with postpartum depression after the birth of her son in February 2007.

"It went untreated for eighteen months because I was just so ashamed and frightened," the Twilight star told Us. "I didn't know what it meant and didn't know what happened to me. Getting to have an opportunity to tell a story that is about mental illness and how it affects one's self and one's community was really something that really meant a lot to me."

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