Vicky Pattison in swimsuit says “We are all beautiful” — Celebwell
Vicky Pattison, star of geordie coast, ex on the beach and Judge Geordie, has never been frank. Sharing photos of her weight loss today, she doesn’t disappoint, using them as a chance to stand up for women everywhere and show the reality of what weight loss looks like. How does she stay so fit and so strong, and what was her message? Read on to see 5 ways Vicky Pattison stays in shape and the photos that prove they work — and to get beach-ready, don’t miss these essentials 30 Best Celebrity Swimsuit Photos!
“So I’ve recently lost a bit of weight – it’s not quite the overnight miracle that everyone on social media seems to think – it’s happened gradually over the last year thanks to a melding of things and much to everyone’s disappointment I’m sure – there’s no big secret how I did it I got my birth control out of my arm after 15 years old which had a huge impact on my body and I also had the most energetic puppy in the world – who we love very much but needs to be walked 2-3 hours a day 😂 So there you go, I’m sorry of not being able to whip yourself a transformative pill or exercise, but you’re all lush as you are anyway, so please stop being so hard on yourselves ♥️ “, she captioned the photos.
“Although most people were very nice to my new body, there were quite a few nasty comments with people even going so far as to say they only loved me before when I was, in their words. , a defender of curvy women.” she wrote. “Look, I’m an advocate for WOMEN full stop. No matter what shape you are, no matter what size – and the only reason I started doing my ‘Instas Against Reality’ in the first place was to show everyone that we are all capable of taking a good photo for the gram – and we shouldn’t compare our beautiful bodies to anyone else’s – especially not someone else’s carefully selected on the social media.”
“If I want to stretch, put my hands behind my head and suck my belly – The end result will be that first shot. However, if I relax, let gravity do its job and stop trying so hard… my body moves (Spoiler alert, all bodies move and I like my squishy belly – that’s where my pizza lives 😂) the end result is more like this second one,” she explained about pictures. “These posts were only ever meant to encourage us all to stop beating ourselves up or comparing our bodies to the super posed, unrealistic ones on social media. Go balls to the wall.”
“The only thing wrong is telling another woman what YOU think she should look like. Instead of tearing down other women, we should build each other up… We are all beautiful in our own way and believe me, we are all capable of having a sick photo for Insta 😂”, she concluded.
“I write down my goals for the week as well as how I plan to achieve them,” Pattison said. “Eating healthier sounds like a good idea. But what does it really mean? Instead, aim for specific goals, like eliminating sodas, eating five servings of vegetables a day, or limiting your daily sugar intake to 30 grams of added sugar”, explains the Mayo Clinic. “Losing 10 pounds a week sounds great. But it’s an impossible goal that will likely leave you feeling discouraged — and more likely to give up on your efforts. Choosing realistic goals that you can achieve will strengthen your efforts and move you forward. Lose a Pound per week is a realistic and sustainable goal.”