SCARLETT Moffatt won praise from her followers as she shared a candid holiday video.
Die 31-jarige, who is currently abroad with boyfriend Scott, vowed to normalise her ‘boob gap’ in the body positive clip.
Looking amazing, Scarlett showed off her holiday snacks, declaring: “Fanta Lemon, Cheetos & sunshine… PERFECT!!”
Sy het bygevoeg: “Also don’t forget normalising the old boob gap ? #holiday.”
Her fans rushed to tell her how great she look and thank her for her honesty, met een persoon wat skryf: “You are my inspiration.”
Nog een het bygevoeg: “You are a Beautiful young woman and don’t ever forget it!!! X”
LINDA KOM TERUG: “You look amazing, thanks for helping me with my body confidence xx.”
The former Gogglebox star’s confidence is in stark contrast to just a few years ago when she refused to wear a bikini on holiday.
Last year she opened up about accepting herself, verduidelik: “It’s took me so many years to gain confidence with my body. I’ve let it down at times and missed out on holidays and nights out because I’ve not liked what I’ve seen in the mirror.
“But hey after 5 years of not daring to wear a bikini I’m actually doing it!”
The reality star has been outspoken in the past about her body.
Scarlett lost a whopping three stone and slimmed down from a size 18 to a size 8 for a fitness DVD that was released in 2018.
But in an interview on Frankie Bridge’s Open Mind Podcast, Scarlett revealed she wanted to put on weight after the DVD was released because the 700 calorie a day diet was “detrimental” to her mental health.
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She went on to slam the extreme diet DVD as the “worst thing I’ve ever done” and wanted to “stop people buying it”.
“I slowly realised it was quite detrimental to my mental health,” sy het gese.
“I’ve also deleted all my before and after pictures…Not only were they bad for my peace of mind it wasn’t really good for other people because now I look like my before picture again.
“I sort of rebelled against the DVD because I just didn’t like how it happened and I just wasn’t for it anymore.”