Stacey Solomon stuns as she strips off for unedited bikini pics with Loose Women co-stars

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Stacey Solomon, 31, looked sensational as she posed in a black bikini for Loose Women’s Body Stories campaign, which candidly displays her and her co-stars’ bodies before and after retouching. All the stars of the ITV chat show posed to show the effects of body tuning apps often used on social media by high profile stars and influencers.

My body’s completely different

Stacey Solomon

Side by side snaps of their famous faces were presented for their fans to admire.

The Loose Women panellists asked celebrities and fans alike to “keep it real” by feeling they can share unedited photographs.

They also urged people to be honest with people if they were posting airbrushed snaps online.

It’s four years since their first campaign for body confidence garnered attention back in 2017.

Reflecting on their previous photos, the mum-of-three said her body was “completely different” since welcoming her son Rex with fiance Joe Swash in 2019.

She said: “I loved doing Body Stories the first time and I was so excited to do it again. 

“My body’s completely different, I’ve had another child since then.

“But I still have that picture hanging up in my dressing room, I love it, it makes me smile every time I look at it.

“I think every day you have to give yourself a bit of credit and say as many nice things to yourself as you would horrible. It’s about trying to flip it on its head.

“I don’t think that for most people you’re 100% confident all of the time. 

“It’s a work in progress and every day you’re trying to convince yourself of the things that you are, rather than the things that you’re not.

“We get really good at convincing ourselves about the bad things, so it’s about de-programming that mentality.”

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Stacey shared that she will sometimes brighten her photos but does not often change her enviably slim frame.

“If I thought a picture was a bit dark, I might brighten it up but I have not got the time to airbrush, slim things down, change the shape of things…

“Then also I’m going to go out in public and they’ll go, ‘Who are you? Looks nothing like you!’ 

“I think it can be a real dark hole to go down if you’re constantly changing things and wanting to be different.”

Nadia Sawalha also looked incredible when she slipped into a black and white two-piece.

This time around, the presenter said she felt more confident because Body Stories had allowed her to find “acceptance” in her body previously.

Nadia said: “When I think back to Body Stories in 2017, I wasn’t sleeping a couple of nights before. 

“This time around, I was just like, ‘Oh I’m doing this’. Body Stories has had such a meaningful effect on me. It’s literally changed my life.”

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