Vogue Williams has hit back at body shamers who made negative comments about her weight. The 30-year-old had posted a gorgeous photo from her HELLO! Online blog where she flaunted her enviable figure in an H&M dress, and while the majority of fans complimented the star, she was forced to address some who criticised her physique.
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Vogue Williams has hit back at body shamers
The TV presenter took to Instagram to share her powerful message, sharing a stunning snap from her holiday in Cyprus as she sat on a diving board by the pool, rocking a black-and-white bikini.
"This one is for everyone who made ridiculous comments about my weight yesterday," she captioned the snap. "Regardless of if I'm a size 6 or 26 it's nobody's business and nobody has the right to body same 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."
The DJ described the negative comments as "ridiculous"
The DJ then urged those who had made the comments to consider the impact their words could have on those they targeted.
"It's no wonder so many people suffer with body image issues," she wrote. "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."
The blonde beauty was immediately flooded with messages of support from her legions of followers, who praised the star for addressing body shaming and sharing a positive message about body image.
She urged critics to "be careful" with their words
Vogue had previously opened up about her healthy lifestyle in a recent post on her HELLO! Online blog, revealing that ahead of filming a new TV show she tried to ensure she would stick to healthy eating plan.
"I decided that because I was going to film a travel show, I would do meal plans for ten days," she wrote. "I had been eating a little bit badly during August and my meal portions were slightly out of control!"
Revealing she chose a delivery service called Gym Kitchens UK, Vogue also shared the details of what the plan entailed with her readers. "I chose a plan with 1750 calories and I was never hungry, there was so much food which goes to show that if you eat healthy you can eat a lot more," she explained.