She might be a mum-of-two – to Belle, four, and Penelope, who she gave birth to just three months ago – but Katie Piper is every inch a glam mum.

The 34-year-old wowed fans after she shared a stunning selfie on Instagram.

Captioned: “Bright and ready to rock!” Katie showed off flawless skin, as she rocked a bright pink jumper, and lots of ear bling.

Bright and Ready to rock!!!! 💓💓💓

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And it didn’t go unnoticed, with fans praising the TV personality on her ‘glowing skin’ and her amazing journey, following an  acid attack in 2008, which left her partially blind with scarring to the face, neck, chest, arms and hand.

”So pretty and your skin looks absolutely amazing,” one said.

“Gorgeous hair, and beautiful glowing skin,” another added.

“You are such a beautiful and strong woman,” a third wrote.

“You’re beautiful! Don’t know anyone who could of had an attack like yours and still be beautiful and naturally pretty its amazing! X” one commented.

Katie has come a long way since the horrific attack, which occurred when her ex Danny Lynch paid Stefan Sylvestre to throw sulphuric acid in her face on the street when she was only 24-years-old.

We’ve been blessed with the safe arrival of a baby girl. Our family is now complete 🌸👶🏾

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Since then, she’s had over 300 surgeries and now runs her own charity, the Katie Piper Foundation, which is dedicated to raising awareness about the plight of burn victims and others with disfigurement injuries.

She’s also released a number of books including a recent self-help tome Confidence: The Secret, and has been happily married to her husband Richard Sutton for two years.

But while it’s evident Katie has rebuilt her confidence, she recently admitted she’d stumbled upon another difficulty, with her daughter Belle beginning to notice her scars.

Speaking candidly in an interview last month, she said: “She mainly asks about my hands. I just tell her I was burnt when I was younger, it did hurt, but it doesn’t now.”

She added: “All she really says is, ‘Be careful of your other hand’ when I’m near the oven. But if she asks how I was burnt, I’ll tell her the truth.'”

Katie, we take our hat off to you!