Stacey Solomon isn’t slowing down in her fight to inspire women to love their natural bodies.
The fearless presenter has been battling to boost body confidence for months and continued her campaign on Monday by sharing another bikini-clad photo on Instagram.
Letting it all hang loose, Stacey, 27, wore a mini mouse bikini bottoms teamed with a black wet-suit style top that supported her boobs, and bared her stomach and legs in the family snap.
Writing alongside the post, the former X Factor star said: “Normal bodies rule! Happy Monday… if you need some realistic motivation”
Stacey’s fans were delighted with her post and thanked her for the positive message, hailing her a “role model”.
One wrote: “I love her! She’s such a role model”
When Stacey proudly showed off her hairy legs on holiday by the pool [Twitter]
Another said: “Good for you Stacey ….keeping it real!! Not changed a bit….feet still firmly on the ground….and u have a great singing voice too!!”
A third added: “Opened Insta and I’ve just seen this post. Positive vibes”
Stacey recently shocked the public when she revealed her controversial decision to homeschool her two sons.
She said she her two kids, Zachary, 10, and Leighton, 5, left school in September after concerns that her eldest son was not enthusiastic about learning.
Speaking to The Sun, she explained her decision to teach them herself: “Yes, it’s controversial and not everyone will agree with me but parents have to make their own decisions. No-one should judge them and you shouldn’t feel judged.”
The Loose Women star added that she contemplated homeschooling her children for several years before she begun to doubt that school was the right place for them.
She claimed that in year two, her son Zachary begun to lose some of her favourite parts of his personality, changing from a “happy go lucky child,” to “quiet and sad,” and was made to feel silly when he asked questions in school. She added: “We spoke about this a lot and he explained to me that his behaviour was deemed naughty and disruptive by teachers and not cool by his peers.”
Despite her choice to educate her children herself, Stacey stated that she was not “teacher bashing”.
However, she did ask: ”What are they actually learning? There are so many things I think are imperative to my children’s learning that just aren’t a part of the curriculum and lots of things I PERSONALLY don’t think are necessary on there.”