Stacey Solomon has everybody’s jaws on the floor after sharing a beautiful shot of herself in a bikini.
The 27-year-old is proud of her body after having her two boys, Zachary Solomon, 9, and Leighton Barham, 5.
In a brave Instagram post, Stacey explained that it’s not normally her thing to share a bikini pic, but wanted her fans to know that despite her insecurities, she is still happy with her body.
Writing to her 430,000 followers, she said: “Greeeeeenn obsession!!! 🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸🐸 Chilling on my balcony today feeling super mermaidy!
I took this pick and don’t usually post bikini pics but really proud of my naturally curvy body and after doing @loosewomen #bodystories campaign I am so happy with who I am and what I look like I don’t want to be perfect I would rather celebrate my “imperfections”.
“Mum hips rule and I can always tie my boobs up to whatever height I want them to be at with a bikini like this haha. Can’t wait to sing here in Dubai wahoo! Bikini @jyy.london Kimono Dress @neverfullydressed Sunglasses @jyy.london 💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚”
Her fans absolutely loved her honest and couldn’t wait to tell her how beautiful she was.
“You say you’re not perfect but when I look at you Stacey all I see in my eyes is perfection 😍 #Flawless #beautiful #Stunning Xxxx”
“You look SENSATIONAL!!! Great figure”, said one.
TV presenter Gaby Roslin saw the photo and commented: “You look stunning gorgeous girl. Big kisses 💚💚💚”.
The Only Way Is Essex star Jess Wright also couldn’t help but comment too. “You little stunner Stace x x”, she said.
“You look like you’ve come from the Emerald City Stacey!!! 💚💚💚”, said another fan.
Her fans love her bod: “No mum hips there just gorgeous-ness!! 👩🏼💚”
The former X Factor contestant recently took part in Loose Women’s Body Stories campaign, and stripped off in a unairbrushed photo shoot.
Explaining her reasons for taking part she said: “I don’t want my kids to worry about how they look as much as I do.
“What I hope this photo shoot shows women and men is that in most celebrity pictures there has been some form of airbrushing or retouching – so they shouldn’t compare themselves to unrealistic ideals.”