“No amount of hateful words could take away from how beautiful this journey is and how much I value my body."
Body positive influencer, Katie Sturino, calls attention to the "war on women's bodies" after receiving harsh criticism for recreating Meghan Markle's outfits.
“This is my biggest fear. A photo of me in a bikini unedited. And guess what, it’s CELLULITE!!!!"
Researchers are now calling for a standardised method of assessing women’s feelings towards their changing bodies during pregnancy.
“If Tess Holliday goes to a doctor, he doesn’t celebrate her 300lb size, he says to her you’re morbidly obese and you’re going to die if you don’t do something about your weight.”
Rachael Reynolds suffers from neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1), which means her skin is covered with bubble-like lesions
From 52-year-old Halle Berry to 60-year-old Sharon Stone, there are numerous older A-listers who have stripped down to their swimwear on social media – giving women globally something to aspire to.Of course, these celebrities have deep pockets and almost any resource required available to them, but there’s also a shared self-confidence boost they all seem to have experienced as they’ve aged. The insecurities they faced as younger women are gone and they’ve working hard to maintain their incredible physiques so, frankly, why not flaunt it?It’s not just sun-soaked American celebrities who feature in this round-up: you’ll recognise a number of Brits. Davina McCall boasts a killer figure (what we would give for that six pack) thanks to years of hard work. The TV presenter, who admits she’s ‘addicted’ to exercise, regularly hits headlines with her swimwear selfies.British model Jane Seymour – and her incredibly taut bod – regularly turns us green with envy, too. And how could we forget Elizabeth Hurley? The British actress uploads a photo of herself in a bikini or one-piece on almost a daily basis, brilliantly advertising her eponymous swimwear line.These celebrities may have long left their roaring twenties, but that doesn’t mean they can’t still take our breath away.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Elizabeth Hurley spent 2018 breaking the Internet in her swimwear Halle Berry turns heads at Golden Globes 2019Swimwear that will leave you feeling body confident
“It takes so little time to alter a photo and so little time to compare yourself to the altered reality we constantly see on Instagram."
“Lets help change the minds of Victoria’s Secret to be more diverse and inclusive of body shapes and sizes on their runways!”
Piers Morgan continues to troll the plus-size beauty over her weight, and she's not having it.
The campaign is in honour of the brand's 30th anniversary since launching, and the second in the 'Labels Are For Clothes'.
She dedicated the photo "to the woman who feels excluded by the fitness world," saying, "movement is not about the results.”
Gomez called out critics who mocked her appearance in March, just months after her kidney transplant.