Vicky Pattison Opens Up About The Reality Of Cruel Trolls Attacking Her Figure
It's something she's not too keen on, obviously.
Vicky Pattison has opened up about how tough it can be when trolls feel the need to criticise her body and - despite saying she'll never be "100% happy" with her figure - has now gone into detail about how she's learnt to embrace her body hang-ups.
The former Geordie Shore lass has explained that she finds it a bit uncomfortable when her body is up for public discussion, telling Heat Magazine that she's always careful to ensure she doesn't say anything that could negatively impact on her fans.
"It's frustrating, because I was under the impression that I bring a lot more to the table," she began. "But, as women, we have to deal with it. I don't want young lasses being obsessed with numbers - it's more important to love yourself from within.
Pointing out that the philosophy about being comfortable in her own skin is something she only got to grips with in her 20s, Viks said: "I'm trying to live me life and be content in me own skin, all boobs and bum."
In a seperate interview with New!, Vicky revealed that while the overwhelming majority of her social-media comments are positive, the tiny percentage that aren't quite so lovely still have an impact on her self-confidence.
"My Instagram is 80 per cent women and 95 per cent of them are lovely. It's that tiny five per cent that let us down, but they're the ones you remember. I refuse to let them affect us... I don't think it's important what it says on the scales. It's how you look and feel."
As always, we couldn't have said it better ourselves. And three cheers for Viks for having such a healthy outlook when it comes to handling the trolls.
Now get checking out Geordie Shore gal Sophie Kasaei talking about her own struggle with body confidence: