The Irish model sticks up for herself after receiving some ridiculous messages on Instagram...

Vogue Williams has become the most recent star to fall victim to cruel social media comments – but she isn’t about to take it lying down.

After model Gigi Hadid stood up to internet trolls who criticised her swimwear shots and TOWIE‘s Jess Wright hit back at her own bikini body shamers, we hoped everyone would FINALLY be able to enjoy the rest of their summer in peace.

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I always knew filming a travel show was the dream job! Wearing @virginiamacari 😊

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Unfortunately not, as Vogue was next to be mocked about her weight, while enjoying a holiday in Cyprus.

Again? Aside from the fact the 30-year-old clearly looks incredible in a bikini, NOBODY should have to deal with internet trolling.

But luckily, Vogue was on hand to take down the vile bullies with a simple truth bomb. Boom.

She reacted by posting another fierce snap of herself on Instagram, along with the epic caption: ‘This one is for everyone who made ridiculous comments about my weight yesterday.

‘Regardless of if I’m a size 6 or 26 it’s nobody’s business and nobody has the right to body shame me or anyone else. I’m 5’11 a size 8/10, 64kgs and 17% body fat, that’s my healthy weight and I’m not changing it for anyone.

‘It’s no wonder so many people suffer with body image issues. Be careful with your words because next time you may get someone that is not as strong as me. Better still if you don’t have anything nice to say don’t say anything at all.’

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Happy Monday! Life is good 😊 bikini: @virginiamacari

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Of course, people swarmed to support her, with one fan commenting: ‘So true! you are strong and healthy and a great role model keep up the good work. Your exercise videos are unreal you work hard.’

Another congratulated Vogue, writing: ‘Fair play to you – you should be proud (so proud) of what you are. You are amazing, but you are right – size doesn’t matter – you are perfect the way you are X.’

We think it’s a shame that Vogue had to defend her incredible body at all, but massive high five to the star for sticking up for herself and other women.

By Naomi Bartram