Halle Berry

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Halle Berry flaunted her post-baby body on the red carpet at the Fame & Philanthropy Post Oscar Party in Beverly Hills on Sunday night.

The 47-year-old admitted that she's still aiming to shed more baby weight, despite looking downright stunning at the swanky event.

"This is vintage Versace," she told People of her curve-hugging black gown.

"It's one of Gianni's last pieces. I never go wrong with Versace. I love Versace. And you know, I'm not quite where I want to be with my body, so this was a great dress for me to wear tonight."

The Oscar-winning actress added that she's "working hard" to get back into pre-baby shape.

She added that newfound motherhood is "fantastic" and that her 5-month-old son, Maceo, is "more fantastic."

"It's a whole new life for me now all over again, have a new little baby again," she explained.

Berry also revealed that she's happier than ever with her family of four and that she doesn't see herself having any more kids in the future.

"I'm surprised I had the one I just had! So I doubt God is going to bless me again, I think I'm done!"

And despite having an infant again, Berry is gearing up to star in Steven Spielberg's new CBS drama Extant, in which she'll play an astronaut who returns home after a year-long solo mission in space.

The series is set to air in the summer.

So how is she managing to balance her schedule with her family time?

"You know, I'm working on a television show now, so I'm juggling working and being a mom and breast feeding while I'm working."

Berry gave birth to her son with hubby Olivier Martinez back in October in Los Angeles.

She has a 5-year-old daughter, Nahla, from a previous relationship with model Gabriel Aubry.

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