Stacey Solomon, 27, posted a hilarious video showing three favourite things about her bikini body, but the results may come as a surprise to some.
Clothed in a white bikini, the presenter discusses her love for her ‘saggy boobies’ and her ‘stretch marks’.
‘Three things I love about my bikini body.’ The blonde beauty begins, standing in front of the camera while somebody films her.
‘Muffin tops,’ she begins, shaking her bum to the camera.
Lying down on the floor, she then jokes: ‘Not only are they insulating, but who could lie comfortably on a stone floor without the help of these babies?’
Stacey then jiggles her bust, declaring: ‘My saggy boobies! They may not ‘look’ the best, but let me tell you, I never need a bag on holiday.’
The presenter than pulls out an ice lolly from under one breast, and a pair of sunglasses from the other. ‘Ice bar anyone? Glasses?’
Ending the entertaining video, Stacey finishes: ‘Stretch marks. They provide hours of entertainment for the kids. Just look how happy they are!’
The camera pans on Stacey’s kids excitedly drawing on her with pen, before she jokes: ‘Alright, I haven’t got that many!’
The Loose Woman had captioned the video with an inspiring message: ‘SHOUT OUT TO EVERYONE ON HOLIDAY WORRYING ABOUT HOW THEY LOOK! You’re all perfectly imperfect and unique and beautiful.
‘I thought I’d make a little holiday video celebrating my society labelled “imperfections” because actually I love them, they’re part of me, and they have their uses!
‘I think if we can all show off our insecurities then we will all start realising NOBODY escapes the world of perfection that we are all under pressure to keep up with and everyone can sleep a little easier at night knowing everyone comes in different shapes sizes etc etc and we all have the same extra ordinary bits that are seen as “imperfections” but they’re not they all tell a story of who we are and why we are and where we are going!’
Stacey, who is dating Joe Swash, took part in Loose Women’s Body Stories campaign which saw her strip to her underwear in a not-airbrushed shoot to promote body confidence.
Explaining her reasons for taking part she said: ‘I don’t want my kids to worry about how they look as much as I do.
‘What I hope this photoshoot shows women and men is that in most celebrity pictures there has been some form of airbrushing or retouching – so they shouldn’t compare themselves to unrealistic ideals.’