Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo has said she “feels sorry” for her fellow Queen Of The Jungle Scarlett Moffatt following recent criticism.
In recent weeks, former Gogglebox star Scarlett has denied allegations she’s Photoshopped social media pictures to look slimmer, or had plastic surgery.
“I hate that Scarlett has been trolled over her weight and her love life. She is a lovely girl, so I don’t understand why people are being so mean to her,” Toff told Closer magazine.
The pair became friends after last year’s I’m A Celebrity, where Scarlett handed over the crown to the new Queen Of The Jungle.
Scarlett, 28, told the Made In Chelsea star, 23, she was delighted Toff had won as she’d made Scarlett feel “so proud to be a young woman”.
Georgia has faced her fair share of nasty comments herself, particularly over her skin, which she has said is prone to acne.
She had the following advice for Scarlett: “I try to ignore the trolls but it can be difficult when you’re feeling low.”
Saturday Night Away star Scarlett does seem to be taking it all in her stride though, hitting back at online commenters who slammed her most recent Instagram post.
She shared an image of herself in a black jumpsuit and long pink blazer and some immediately commented that they thought she looked slimmer compared to when she’d been in the series finale of Takeaway the week before.
“Last week you didn’t look that thin,” one wrote. “Slim again so soon. Looked a lot bigger on takeaway?????” said another.
“Why don’t you put an actual real picture of yourself on Instagram?? You know your not that thin anymore, stop lying to yourself!” wrote a third.
A fourth said: “WHY do you feel the need to alter your pictures so that you look nothing like yourself.”
Scarlett responded to say: “This is me and it annoys me when people say otherwise I’m 5 foot I don’t edit pics just put filters – TV makes me look different to be honest!! Stop it with the negativity man.”
Last month, she had to take to Twitter to refute allegations she’d had a nose job.
She wrote: “I have never ever had a nose job so to the hurtful ‘experts’ saying I’ve gone too far… thanks for slating the nose I was born with! Stop all this it’s not good for mine or any other young woman’s confidence reading it!!”
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She added: “Please don’t think this stuff bothers me my lovelies, it doesn’t, I just genuinely worry about the impact these surgery stories have on young women who are looking at before and after pics. Please love the skin you’re in.”