The ex-Geordie Shore star hits out at her pal's body shamers...
We know that Vicky Pattison is all about the girl power, right?
And the ex-Geordie Shore lady, 28, proved just that yesterday, when she took to Instagram to speak out in support of Jess Wright.
In case you missed it, Jess had earlier been forced to hit back at cruel comments made over her bikini body. *Sigh*.
While enjoying a summer holiday in LA this week, photos were posted online of her in a bikini (looking totally gorgeous, might we add), but she decided to speak out about the ‘unflattering’ shots.
Posting an ‘unedited’ clip of herself in a two-piece, she wrote: ‘This is a video I’ve taken this morning having woken up to once again more invasive, unflattering and upsetting photos of me during a private holiday where I felt completely comfortable around family and friends.
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‘Body shaming is real. Not only are these photos hurtful but I feel they aren’t a true representation of me and how I look right now. Are they going to break me?…. Absolutely not.
‘I am by no means fat, I’m a UK size 10 yet I am being body shamed for putting on weight. #EveryBODYisbeautiful’ [sic].’
After reading this, Vicky captioned a picture of herself and Jess on her own page: ‘My #WCW for today is the beautiful and kind @jesswright77!! Over the years I’ve known Jess she has never been anything but lovely and supportive to me! She is a true inspiration to young girls and stunning not only on the outside but inside too!
‘To here that there are negative things being said about her incredible figure make me sad and furious! I’ve seen Jess in the last couple weeks and she looks as amazing as ever! Feminine, slim, immaculately put together and curvy!
See: Vicky Pattison Hits Back At Criticism Of Her Bikini Body
‘Why people are so obsessed with dragging people down and body shaming is beyond me! I wish the women doing it would plough the time they wasted trying to make other women feel bad about themselves into making themselves feel better and stop being so pedantic, petty and bitter!
‘Beauty comes in all shapes and sizes and the sooner we embrace this and try and teach it to younger generations the happier everyone will be!
‘Remember, calling someone ugly will not make you pretty, calling someone fat will not make you thin and calling someone stupid will not make you clever!!! We rise by lifting others… Let’s try not to be k****today ok?!! Namaste [sic].’
Preach it, girl.