Jacqueline Jossa has been praised by fans for showing the 'real her' in a non-edited swimsuit snap.
The mum-of-two decided to take a defiant stand on a family holiday after claiming she gets trolled about her weight every day.
"I don’t care for the rude comments," Jacqueline hit back on Instagram .
The former EastEnders actress then went make-up free as she posed in a chic black zip-up swimsuit with her beach tousled waves flowing over her shoulder.
Jacqueline, 26, told her followers that the picture hadn't been edited at all and added the hashtag 'keeping it real'.
Fellow mum and ex soap star Helen Flanagan commented with a series of flame emojis.
While reality star Sam Faiers hailed her a 'hot mumma.'
One of Jacq's fans on the site told her: "You look amazing.️ What a real woman, with real curves and real beauty."
In a recent interview with new! magazine, Jacqueline told how she's gets sent mean messages online every single day.
She told the publication: "For me, trolling is an everyday occurrence. I've become accustomed to it over the years – it affected me more when I was younger. I received online abuse from the second I joined EastEnders in 2010.
"I can't remember specifics, but I get nasty comments about my weight. You have to have a thick skin. I don't like when someone says something negative about my talent… but I don't reply unless the trolls target my children.
'I almost want to say to them, "I feel sorry for you, are you OK? Do you have people to talk to?" A normal human doesn't do that stuff. Maybe they don't have the right people around them?"
While after returning from a recent family holiday with her partner Dan Osborne and their two daughters, Jacqueline filmed a series of clips talking about motherhood and self-esteem.
Lying on her sofa under a blanket, the makeup free actress told other mums to take as many pictures with their kids as they can so they don't miss out on anything.
Jacq said: "It's amazing how many mums are saying they don't really like getting in pictures and that they don't feel confident enough or they have to wear full face of makeup before getting in pictures.
"I do understand that and I do get that but it's such a shame that's the world we live in."
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