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Maren Morris takes the plunge in splashy floral getup


Maren Morris flashed a bit of cleavage in a plunging floral ensemble when she stepped out in New York City this week.

The 31-year-old country star has been doing the publicity rounds in aid of her new album Humble Quest which bowed Friday.

The pinup exuded springtime chic in a flowery sleeveless top that emphasized her slender fame and a pair of matching flared trousers.

Stepping out: Maren Morris flashed a bit of cleavage in a plunging floral ensemble when she stepped out in New York City this week

Stepping out: Maren Morris flashed a bit of cleavage in a plunging floral ensemble when she stepped out in New York City this week

Maren balanced expertly on a sky-high pair of lime green heels as she made her way around the city that never sleeps.

Occasionally she threw a walnut brown leather trench coat fashionably over her shoulders without putting her arms in the sleeves.

Humble Quest is Maren’s sixth studio album and includes such numbers as her wistful single Circles Around This Town about the songwriting process.

Her latest outing comes after she revealed that her husband Ryan Hurd ‘was a huge help diagnosing’ her postpartum depression.

Looking fab: She exuded springtime chic in a flowery sleeveless top that emphasized her slender fame and a pair of matching flared trousers

Hello, gorgeous: Occasionally she threw a walnut brown leather trench coat fashionably over her shoulders without putting her arms in the sleeves

Looking fab: She exuded springtime chic in a flowery sleeveless top that emphasized her slender fame and a pair of matching flared trousers

Out now: The 31-year-old country star has been doing the publicity rounds in aid of her new album Humble Quest which bowed Friday

Out now: The 31-year-old country star has been doing the publicity rounds in aid of her new album Humble Quest which bowed Friday

She told People in a new interview: ‘Sometimes it’s just someone really close to you saying: “Are you OK?” It’s so simple, but it kind of snaps you out of whatever fog you’re in that you think is normal, but isn’t.”‘

Maren suffered a bout of the condition after giving birth to her son Hayes, who is celebrating his second birthday this Wednesday.

Six months after she and Ryan welcomed their baby into the world, Maren’s postpartum depression started lessening. 

Country star: Her latest outing comes after she revealed that her husband Ryan Hurd 'was a huge help diagnosing' her postpartum depression

Country star: Her latest outing comes after she revealed that her husband Ryan Hurd ‘was a huge help diagnosing’ her postpartum depression

She discovered she had the illness as ‘I do check-ins all the time [with] therapy, which I’ve done for years, and my husband was a huge help diagnosing that too.’ 

Maren also credited Ryan with helping her ride out the coronavirus lockdowns, saying: ‘I wouldn’t have made it through with my head this high without him.’

The singing sensation, who hails from Arlington, Texas, noted: ‘This was the most time we had ever spent with each other, and we had a kid, so we were getting to know each other in a deeper way. We definitely got stronger.’

Baby mine: Maren suffered a bout of the condition after giving birth to her son Hayes, who is celebrating his second birthday this Wednesday

Baby mine: Maren suffered a bout of the condition after giving birth to her son Hayes, who is celebrating his second birthday this Wednesday

Ryan, who is also a musician, said: ‘I’m very proud of her. Maren is an incredible mother and partner, and our quiet little life at home has just made it incredibly difficult to leave and go to work. I’m really thankful for our little home bubble.’

Maren was candid about the mental health implications of self-isolation, sharing: ‘I’m pretty sure everyone in lockdown and this pandemic has had to do a temperature check on their mental health, and maybe it’ll become a more perpetual practice going forward because of these two years – I hope it is.’

She argued: ‘I just think there’s not a stigma as much around talking about it and reaching out for help.’

The Chasing After You singer explained: ‘It’s been such an amazing thing to know that I haven’t been alone in this, that other women have all been dealing with the same exact fears and anxieties; even just knowing that if I wake up in the middle of the night with a panic attack, I know that I’m not the only one.’

Side by side: Maren, who is pictured with Ryan at the ACM Awards this month, told People in a new interview: 'Sometimes it's just someone really close to you saying: "Are you OK?"

Side by side: Maren, who is pictured with Ryan at the ACM Awards this month, told People in a new interview: ‘Sometimes it’s just someone really close to you saying: “Are you OK?”

In September 2020, about six months after giving birth to Hayes, Maren told CBS This Morning that she was beginning to emerge from her postpartum depression.

‘I’m kind of coming through the tunnel now, I feel back to normal,’ she said, noting: that ‘fortunately, I was able to do phone therapy during the pandemic.’

Maren also pointed out that she had ‘people that love me around me that are like: “Hey, if you’re drowning right now, there’s help.”‘ 

Her view: Maren said of mental health: 'I just think there's not a stigma as much around talking about it and reaching out for help'

Her view: Maren said of mental health: ‘I just think there’s not a stigma as much around talking about it and reaching out for help’

Explaining the illness, she said: ‘You’re trying to become a new mother and good parent and do everything right and you just feel like you suck at every level.’

She added that ‘the one thing I’ve always felt like I have a handle on is my music, and to not be able to tour and have to furlough my band and crew, it was just a lot.’ 

Her struggle with postpartum depression came after a grueling 30-hour labor that culminated in an emergency cesarean because Hayes was breech. 

Details: Six months after she and Ryan welcomed their baby into the world, Maren's postpartum depression started lessening; she and Hayes are pictured in May 2021

Details: Six months after she and Ryan welcomed their baby into the world, Maren’s postpartum depression started lessening; she and Hayes are pictured in May 2021



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