She welcomed her first child with her husband Caspar Jopling in May.
And Ellie Goulding took a break from her parenting duties on Sunday evening as she posted a slew of glamorous snaps to Instagram while attending a lavish party.
The singer, 34, looked incredible as she oozed glamour in a multi-coloured sequin dress and joked she’d finally made it out by captioning her post: ‘I went to a party.’
Mums out: Ellie Goulding went child free on Sunday evening as she posted a slew of snaps to Instagram from a party
The beauty stunned in her head-turning ensemble and donned glam make-up which consisted of false lashes and gold glitter eyeshadow.
She styled her blonde locks in loose waves and donned two braids at the front, framing her face.
Included in her post was another photo that saw the Love Me Like You Do hit-maker pose for a bathroom mirror selfie, giving a better glimpse of her show-stopping party outfit.
Ellie showcased her slender physique in the shimmery gown and oozed confidence while striking up a series of poses for her latest social media upload.
Stunning: The singer, 34, captioned the post ‘I went to a party’ as she oozed glamour in a multi coloured sequins dress
Glam: The beauty looked incredible and donned glam make-up which consisted of false lashes and gold glitter eyeshadow
It comes after mum-of-one Ellie revealed the reasons behind why she decided to keep her pregnancy secret.
The singer and husband Caspar, 29, became first-time parents earlier this year when they welcomed son Arthur, now four months.
Recently appearing on ITV’s Lorraine, Ellie addressed why she decided to keep quiet on her baby news and not reveal she was expecting until she was 30 weeks pregnant.
‘For every new mum it’s daunting and I realised I had an opportunity to just be by myself and get to know all these new feelings and hormones and all that stuff,’ she said.
Candid: Ellie revealed the reasons behind why she decided to keep her pregnancy secret as she appeared on Lorraine
‘And I just did it by myself and just took it day by day, and it was just a chance for me to understand what was going on with my body… my mind.’
‘It was a nice, private time,’ she insisted.
The Starry-Eyed singer spoke about being a mum to Arthur and said she is ‘open and honest’ about her experiences of motherhood in her new book Fitter, Calmer, Stronger.
‘I’m learning something every hour of the day at the moment with Arthur, navigating it’, Ellie, who sported Hannah Martin Jewellery for the appearance, said.
Baby Joy: The singer and Caspar, 29, become first time parents earlier this year when they welcomed son Arthur, now four months
Pregnancy: Appearing on Lorraine, Ellie spoke about why she decided not to reveal she was expecting until she was 30 weeks pregnant
‘I talk about it in the book because it just came and changed everything and you have to adapt. I talk about it and am really open and honest and it comes with its challenges, it’s a very day by day thing.’
Ellie then spoke about how she’s found juggling her high-flying career in the music industry with motherhood.
The singer said she found it ‘challenging’, but is adamant she wants to ‘keep my identity in my work’ while being the ‘best mum to Arthur that I can be’.
Working mum: Ellie, who sported Hannah Martin Jewellery for the appearance, went on to talk to Lorraine about juggling her high-flying career in the music industry with motherhood
She said: ‘It was definitely a blessing that I got that time to have a calm pregnancy, just be in nature… And take it all in.
‘It’s tough, being a working mum, because I went back to the studio maybe three or four weeks after I had him and I could balance it all, but it’s challenging.
‘I think people are way more understanding and supportive of it now, especially in the music industry.
‘My record label, my management, my friends – everyone has been so supportive and brilliant, and I’m very grateful for that.’
Elsewhere in the interview, Ellie discussed how she became addicted to exercising in the past
Elsewhere in the interview, Ellie discussed how she became addicted to exercising in the past.
‘It’s easy [to do],’ she said. ‘My job was just so unpredictable and crazy and different, and exercise was the one thing that I knew that I could do and control, and knew that I could do it for a certain amount of time.
‘But now, very much the opposite – everything’s balanced, everything’s good. I’ve talked about it so much on social, to friends, and my family that I thought, “I’m just going to put it all in a book and hope it’s helpful to people.”‘
Over exercising: ‘It’s easy [to do],’ she said. ‘My job was just so unpredictable and crazy and different, and exercise was the one thing that I knew that I could do and control’
Ellie continued: ‘It’s really just about emphasising how important it is to keep moving.
‘It’s not about doing a marathon, it’s just focusing on the connection between your mental health and moving and exercise, and just having fun with it.’
She said: ‘Having flexibility, getting rid of perfection – there’s nothing in it like a 28 day plan or anything like that. It’s all about keeping that balance, keeping that authenticity in yourself.
‘Do what you enjoy and do what works for you. There’s lots of trial and error and lots of meeting really amazing people that have helped me on the way… it’s something you can go back to.’
Lorraine airs weekdays on ITV from 9am.
Balanced life: ‘But now, very much the opposite – everything’s balanced, everything’s good’, she said