Fans post supportive messages on Chanelle Hayes’ skinny throwback

She’s remained defiant against bodyshamers, but it seems Chanelle Hayes may be feeling reminiscent of her slimmer days.

Having recently been snapped wearing a small black bikini while holidaying in Spain, the former Big Brother star has taken to Instagram to share two throwback beach pictures.

The first photo was taken while she was pregnant with her now six-year-old son, Blakely, and the second – which was posted today – came from a calendar shoot she did in 2014.

 

#pregnantbelly #throwbackthursday

A photo posted by Chanelle Hayes (@chanellehayes) on

While the 28-year-old television personality’s weight has fluctuated drastically over the years, she recently told the Mail Online that her critics should “eat a croissant and get over it”.

And it seems Chanelle’s fans are supportive of her confidence as her latest upload features comments which suggest she looks as good at size 16 as she did at size 8.

 

#throwback to #2014 calendar shoot

A photo posted by Chanelle Hayes (@chanellehayes) on

One user wrote: “You were gorgeous then and you are equally gorgeous now.  I think you are a good role model.”

While another fan said: “You look so much healthier now then back then (sic).”

 

Love my boys so much

A photo posted by Chanelle Hayes (@chanellehayes) on

We hope Chanelle feels happy in herself no matter what size she wears.

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