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Peta Murgatroyd Leaves Fans Saying "Meow" After Posing In Sexy Outfit

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By Kelly Coffey-Behrens on October 6, 2022 at 9:00 PM EDT

"Dancing With the Stars" pro Peta Murgatroyd is at it once again.

The 36-year-old and mother of one is showing off her stunning body in her latest Instagram post, leaving her nearly 1 million followers saying "meow!"

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Peta Murgatroyd's Puuurr-fect Outfit

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Peta Murgatroyd, 36, was back for this season of "Dancing With the Stars." Unfortunately, she and her partner, Jason Lewis, were the first to be eliminated, but Murgatroyd continues to make appearances as a pro dancer for opening numbers and back-up dancers for other celebrities.

Murgatroyd was at the "Dancing With the Stars" studio recently, showing off her hot body and stunning assets. "felt cute …rawr," the 36-year-old captioned her recent photo.

The professional dancer is wearing a leopard-printed, tightly-fitted dress with simple makeup and a messy up-do.

Jessie James Decker, who is currently competing on this season of "Dancing With the Stars," commented on Murgatroyd's photo, "Stunning." And her husband, Maksim Chmerkovskiy, wrote, "Stunna ???? ?."

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Fellow "Dancing With the Stars" pro dancer, and Murgatroyd's sister-in-law, Jenna Johnson, chimed in, "Here for this whole lewkkk ??." Johnson is married to Val Chmerkovskiy, Maks' brother.

Other fans commented on the 36-year-old's photo, with one user writing, "Peta, you’re gorgeous girl!! ??," and another saying, "Stunning. I love it. Getting some Pam Anderson 90 vibes. Meow."

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Peta Murgatroyd Suffered A Miscarriage

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Early this year, Peta Murgatroyd revealed that she suffered a miscarriage while her husband, Maks Chmerkovskiy, was in Ukraine. A team of medics had to load her into an ambulance as her 5-year-old son watched.

Murgatroyd revealed that just days after testing positive for COVID-19, she found herself lying on her son's bedroom floor, unable to move. "I had no strength. I couldn't open a dishwasher. I couldn't open the fridge to feed Shai, to get him some toast," Murgatroyd told PEOPLE. "It got so bad that my breath was starting to be affected. It was really dramatic."

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Once the pro dancer got to the hospital, she called her husband, who was in Ukraine. "I thought he was going to reveal some really bad news. I was like, 'What's wrong?' His face dropped," she recalls. "He said, 'Did you know you were pregnant?' "

Chmerkovskiy, 42, began to celebrate because he heard the doctors say "You're pregnant." However, he misheard through his excitement as Murgatroyd had already lost the baby.

"I ultimately had no idea [I was pregnant], which in hindsight was better for my recovery because I didn't have that super joyous moment of, 'I'm pregnant again!' " Murgatroyd explained.

Chmerkovskiy also spoke out but the miscarriage, and how "helpless" he felt for not being there with her. "To not be there [with her]... it's crazy. It makes you feel helpless," he said.

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Peta Murgatroyd's First Miscarriage

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This was not the first miscarriage Murgatroyd has suffered from. In the fall of 2020, she suffered her first miscarriage in a Whole Foods bathroom stall, just five weeks into her pregnancy. "It was so shocking and so out of the blue. I had walked [into the store] and it just all started happening," she told PEOPLE. "I was petrified. I was trying to tell myself, 'It's going to be okay.' Of course, deep down, I knew."

"I was sitting in the bathroom sobbing. I'm surprised nobody walked in because I was crying so heavily and wailing, one of those deep cries," she continued. "That was something that will probably live with me for the rest of my life, being on that toilet by myself, knowing what was happening and not being able to stop it."

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