VANDERPUMP Rules star Scheana Shay has been spotted filming alongside her costars, just three weeks after welcoming her daughter.
The 36-year-old TV personality, who welcomed her first baby – named Summer Moon – last month, is already back on her feet and working.
Scheana and her boyfriend Brock Honey Davies welcomed their baby girl on April 26, revealing to news of their newborn to their Instagram fans.
Alongside a photo of the couple and their first child, she detailed giving birth at a Los Angeles hospital after over 24 hours in labour.
Just a month later, the first time mom is already returning to work, as she was spotted getting ready to film alongside her Vanderpump Rules costars.
Looking glamorous, Scheana opted for a black sweater-style dress, alongside a matching black headband and an over-the-shoulder purse.
She accessorised her look with knee-high boots, with an impressive heel despite being only a matter of weeks postpartum.
The TV star finalised her look with large hoop earrings as well as a soft palette of make-up, including a pink lip and false lashes.
She was joined by fellow cast member Ariana Madix, as well as beau Brockin the drivers seat of a car as they carpooled to the filming location.
It comes after the new mom was forced to clap back against trolls who say the reality star is "not focused" on her newborn Summer Moon.
Shortly after welcoming her daughter and sharing her birth video on YouTube, Scheana stood up for herself when trolls slammed her in her DMs.
Scheana took to her Instagram Story on Thursday to share a DM she received from a fan that said the Bravo star was too "worried" about the video and "not focused" on her newborn.
The troll wrote: "FOCUS ON YOUR PREECLAMPSIA! Seriously you want to preach and talk about it but still freaking worried about your blog?
"Girl we have other in vitro mommies and you're being so inconsiderate. We all stood by you so maybe you need to stand by us. SO SELFISH."
Scheana, who revealed her preeclampsia diagnosis, wrote in response: "First off, I AM only focused on mine and Summer's health right now.
"She's doing just fine, and I'm improving each day here. I'm not 'worried'. I already shot the vlog and post every week, and it has some great CPR training for people.
"How about you watch over the next 3 weeks as I navigate through having HELLP syndrome at the hospital."
The new mother also shared an adorable photo of her cuddling Summer, which she captioned: "My everything."
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