STACEY Solomon admitted feeling “nervous” stripping down to her bikini as she launched her own swimwear line.
The Loose Women star bounced around in a series of different bikinis as she proudly showed off her chic designs, but revealed it was “daunting.”
The mum-of-four who gave birth to daughter Rosie in October launched her latest In The Style range which included cute swimwear for the summer.
Posing in a white bikini with a yellow flower print and her back to the camera, Stacey opened up about her anxiety over getting trolled for her body.
“I am fully aware that there are so many people who will have their opinions on what I look like because I am no Victoria’s Secret model,” she wrote.
“So I was nervous making swimwear & then modelling it and then sharing it on here but no matter what anyone says about you or how society tends to make people feel about themselves, just keep telling yourself…
“F**k what anyone else thinks. Don’t give them that power.”
Earlier this month Stacey was praised by fans for showing a “real” bikini body as she penned a message for her daughter Rose.
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The Loose Women star is no stranger to a body positive post, and warned fans on Instagram: “I don’t work out”.
She said: “Dear Rose, I hope you grow up and love who you are.
“I hope that love is never determined by your appearance. To the moon and back darling…”
Stacey told fans to look after themselves amid the UK’s heatwave and to “wear whatever makes you feel comfortable.”
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She added: “You’re beautiful. Never let anyone make you believe otherwise – This is not a paid post but I am wearing my Bikini from My Range AD.”
The mum-of-four often takes to Instagram to share candid snaps of her post-partum body.
In the past she has celebrated things like her stretch marks, saying: “They sparkle like glitter in the sun and they go all the way round like a sparkle hula skirt, I love them!”
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She’s also urged fans to “never be ashamed” of their figures, writing previously: “Every tiny detail of your body tells a story of everything you’ve been through. All of the challenges you faced.
“The highs and lows of your story so far.”