‘I am just as sexy’ Stacey Solomon slams The Sun for bodyshaming

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We all know that the media have a habit of pitting women against each other, and while the vast majority of us despise it, still it continues.

And it looks like Stacey Solomon has had enough.

After seeing herself compared to former X Factor contestant, Louisa Johnson in The Sun newspaper, the Loose Women panellist decided to call the publication out on their cruel jibes.

Referring to the writer's decision to play the women off against each other by publishing photos of both in their bikinis before suggesting that Stacey was the less attractive of the pair, Stacey shared the article, and tweeted: "I love my body."

In a post which has been liked thousands of times on Twitter, Stacey added: "My boobs are a result of being pregnant & breastfeeding & I love them. I am just as sexy"

26-year-old Stacey, who is mum to two boys, was inundated with comments from supportive fans and followers, including her supposed 'rival' Louisa.

"I think you look amazing, everybody is beautiful. Girl Power," wrote Louisa in a comment to which Stacey replied: "As do you, gorgeous."

Thanking Twitter users for their support, Stacey shared a snap of herself with her children, writing: "ur comments so much. It Means a lot. currently swinging my saggy maggies around the pool on holiday with these 2." (sic)

"Beautiful girl," wrote one follower in response. "Brilliant answer to that horrible thing. Well done you, fab role model for everyone xx"

We're with her on that one.

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