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Stacey Solomon hits back at body shamers following holiday photos

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Stacey Solomon has defended herself against body shamers following a sunny getaway to Ibiza. The 26-year-old took to Instagram to hit back at some critics who had made comments about her appearance, specifically her post-baby body.

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Stacey Solomon has hit back at body shamers

The British beauty shared a snapshot of some of the comments made about her body after photos emerged of her in a bikini during a day at the beach. However, Stacey was quick to dismiss any negativity and embrace a positive body image.

"I LOVE MY BODY," she wrote in a caption accompanying a snap of herself by the seaside. "My boobs are a result of being pregnant & breast feeding & I love them. I Am just as sexy!"

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She embraced a message about positive body image

Messages of support and encouragement from fans immediately began pouring in, with many praising Stacey for her comments, and complimenting her on her enviable figure.

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Stacey isn't the only star who has hit back at body shamers this summer. Former The Only Way is Essex star Jessica Wright took to Instagram last week after "invasive, unflattering and upsetting" photos of her emerged while she was on holiday in Los Angeles and enjoying an afternoon in the sunshine.

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Stacey was on a family holiday in Ibiza

Mark Wright's sister addressed critics by posting a short video of herself, looking dazzling in a white bikini.

"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," she wrote to her 1.2 million followers. "I'm posting this video because I feel the need to address this head on."

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Jessica Wright recently hit back at critics

She later added: "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." 

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