Stacey Solomon has spoken out about fellow celebrities using photoshop on their pictures.
The 28-year-old has previously voiced her opinion on the matter on social media, and the celeb has made it clear how she feels about the manipulation of photos.
“I do a lot of work with Childline and NSPCC and I think about the negative impact that all of these perfect images are having on the next generation and I just don’t want to be a part of that,” the singer told The Daily Star.
“I’ll happily post a nice picture of myself with makeup on, but I’ll also post pictures without makeup,” Stacey continued.
The Loose Women panellist has learned how to be confident in her own skin, and said, “I think I’m really pretty without makeup as well.”
The mum-of-two regularly uploads makeup-free images on social media and preaches about body confidence to her followers.
This is how scary airbrushing can be… just remember when you’re looking at someone’s post or in a mag or poster you might not be looking at real life images! I’m so proud of the interview and shoot I did with @celebritysecretsmag highlighting how dangerous this kind of body morphing is and why all bodies should I’ll be celebrated no matter what shape or size! I look better UN airbrushed in my opinion and love my natural lumps and bumps! If you want to see real women and read about not putting pressure on yousrelf this year pick up a copy of @ok_mag bumper pack and read celeb secrets mag! Love yourself because you’re perfect 😘💛💛💛💛💛💛💛😘
Stacey also spoke about balancing her work and parenting duties, saying, “I wing it most of the time. It’s one of those thing where you’re always wondering am I doing the right thing, should I stay at home.”
The singer-turned-presenter is no stranger to online trolls who comment on her parenting, but she tries her best to ignore the negative comments.
“Yeah I do get trolls, but when you’re on social media, you open yourself up to everyone having an opinion. You don’t have to be on there, so every time I get upset by a comment, I think don’t read them.”