Jacqueline Jossa has shown that her current weight does not make her unhappy.
Confident and satisfied with her size, the former EastEnders star, 27, grows tired of people asking her how to stay so positive as a "bigger girl".
The body positive actress has become a huge inspiration to women of the same size since she settled down after winning I'm a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here! in 2019.
While the proud mother of two loves being a body positivity activist, she doesn't quite understand how it sometimes seems to define her as a person.
Jacqueline took to her Instagram stories to expose the double standards between men and women in losing weight, admitting that she doesn't understand how men aren't constantly asked about their fluctuating weight.
Jacqueline sat in her pajamas and let her natural beauty shine through as she put on makeup from heart to heart with her 3 million followers.
The brunette beauty said, “I just want to quickly say something that has been bugging me for a while.
"When I'm doing an interview right now, everything people come up with is like you're such an inspiration to the bigger girl and I'm absolutely happy about it."
She continued, “'But it's kind of offensive because they say,' How do you stay so positive, body aware and look that way? 'Is basically what they tell me.
"I'm like nooooo, you can't say that."
“Sure, I have rolls, but I'm not dissatisfied with my body. I am positive and I think size doesn't matter. "
The gorgeous star continued her social media rant by delving into the fact that men are never questioned or praised about losing weight.
Jacqueline insisted, "Do you go to a male actor or reality person who doesn't have a pack of 12 and then say, 'Go, well done, that you are just happy and confident even though you look like that" – they don't get told.
(Image: Jacqueline Jossa / Instagram)
"As a man in this industry, you are not complimented on being yourself."
The star recently vowed to start a healthier diet and lifestyle after unable to stop herself from mocking sweet treats and takeaways.
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