I HELPED TOO EARLY
I'm curious to see the pic as well, and I agree with Kathy about getting her off the wire. I'd try giving her some lukewarm water with either poultry Nutri-Drench or a poultry vitamin/electrolyte mixed in.
I'm not clear on the 32 days and too early part. Is this a Muscovy?
Maybe I'm missing something or we need a better shot here of whatever is wrong because I'm not seeing it. Looks like a normal duckling to me. Just for the future, if you ever have navel swelling in a newly-hatched duckling, you don't want to keep it on wire. The swelling will often subside if it's kept on a soft, clean cloth. You don't want it on anything that it can scrape around on or anything dirty that can get it infected.
I'm a little confused about the too early at 32 days. That's 3-4 days past "due date" for a Pekin. They normally take roughly 28 days, +/- a day depending on incubation conditions. Do you know what the temp and humidity in the incubator were during the pre-lockdown and during lockdown?
All this aside, looks like you did okay and have a beautiful little baby.