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Former Geordie Shore star Vicky Pattison has slammed a troll who seemingly has had enough of people saying women should feel comfortable in their own skin.
The 32 year old, who recently topped the list as one of the stars earning thousands on Instagram, took to her social media feed early on Saturday to share two photos of herself.
The first showed the star posing standing up in a gorgeous black two-piece as she held onto a smoothie, highlighting her slim figure, while the second saw the brunette beauty pulling a funny face to the camera as she sat cross-legged on a chair.
In the caption, she told her 4.6million followers that she's been seeing a great deal of "vile, unnecessary & cruel things on the internet" about people's appearances and feels "we need to do better".
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She wrote: "Same girl, same body.. but I bet these pictures would get very different reactions if you seen one without the other?!
"And why?! Because magazines, men or just society has told us that the first image is sexy, desirable & aspirational & the second one is not. What a load of bollocks (sorry)". [sic]
The reality star, who recently showed off her new bathroom, continued: "Come on guys, we can do better than this, it’s 2020- we NEED to be doing better than this: WHEN ARE WE GOING TO START NORMALISING ALL BODIES?! [sic]
"Over the last couple days I have tried my very best to ignore some of the hateful & unprogressive things that I’ve seen across social media."
However, Vicky said that a few of the horrible comments she tries so hard to ignore have come to her attention recently as she said: "I just want to say this- if you are writing vile, unnecessary & cruel things on the internet about someone’s appearance who you do not know- you are unhappy, you are insecure & you need to take a good long look at yourself. OK?!
"Now that that is out the way we can move on to happier things," [sic] alongside a laughing emoji and a heart eyes emoji.
Vicky went on: "We have cellulite, we have lumps bumps, rolls, stretch marks, scars & all things in between.. We are also all susceptible to Mother Nature, bloating ,good angles & bad.. in short we are perfectly imperfect & all the more beautiful for it. [sic]
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"So ladies celebrate who you are, be proud of your shape & own your beauty- but know that you are so much more". [sic]
The TV personality then shared a specific comment left on the post, where one person wrote: "Right we get it, you have rolls! No need for a comparison on every picture!"
Unimpressed with the response, Vicky hit back: "oh you're so getting blocked you very sad little mannnnnnn. I'm sorry you don't like yourself petal, or you're unhappy, or no one hugs you enough… but there is no way I'm letting you bring this negativity and pathetic attempt for attention on to my lovely positive page. Pack it in will you," [sic] alongside three laughing emojis.
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While one person may not have liked her post, thousands of others certainly did as many gushed over how positive and open she is on her social media.
One person wrote: "love this!! our bodies are literally INCREDIBLE but they are the least interesting thing about us!!" followed by two black heart emojis.
Another said: "You are a good egg. Your truth helps so many of us, in so many little ways. Huge gratitude to you for being real x," while a third added: "Love how you keep it so real. As a mum of a teenager girl it is so refreshing to see. Thank you," with a praying hands emoji and a pink heart emoji.
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