Vicky Pattison Is Encouraging Body Confidence: ‘You Can Be Sexy At Any Size’
Geordie Shore stunner Vicky Pattison has been totally open and honest about the ups and downs of her weight loss journey, admitting that it can be tough to keep up with training as her career continues to go from strength-to-amazing-strength.
Sharing the reality of trying to balance her ridiculously crazy work schedule with her fitness (including a recent bootcamp), Queen V has revealed that she’s not ‘disappointed’ with herself when gym visits have to take a backseat in favour of her career.
Encouraging women to embrace body confidence, the Geordie babe and new I'm A Celebrity: Extra Camp host also reminded everyone that you can be sexy at any size.
YAS. We salute you, Vicky!
Speaking to Closer magazine, the Queen of the jungle explained: “Since leaving the jungle last year it’s been a complete whirlwind. My feet haven’t touched the ground - let alone the inside of a gym!
“It’s quite difficult to keep up with what, at times, can be unrealistic standards of fitness and beauty.”
She added: “I’m all for being healthy. I’m all for being happy in your clothes. But I think when I was a size 6 I found it quite difficult to keep up with those unrealistic standards.
“Fitness has had to take a step back because I’ve been so busy with my career. I’m not disappointed with myself for that. I’m just not a size 6, I’m like an 8-10 - and I’m more than happy being that size!”
Vicky’s spent the past few weeks ‘constantly eating pizza and pasta’ while filming 'The Only Way Is Amalfi Shore’ with BFF Ferne McCann - a diet she admits she’s had to embrace, despite it being ‘a nightmare’.
The two pals spoke about body confidence and body shaming trolls during their journey, with Queen V saying: “I just want, across the board, women to empower one another.”
She added to Closer: “Curves are sexy but I think you can be sexy at any size as long as you’re confident,” before encouraging women to ‘embrace their sexuality’ and ‘always enhance their positives’.
We couldn't have said it better ourselves.