I’m a size 16 and proud of my apron belly – my body’s soft but I don’t care, I’ll wear whatever I want & you should too | The Sun

IT'S NOT always easy to love the way you look, especailly if you don't have the so-called perfect body.

But one woman says she's proud of her size 16 figure and wishes other people had the same confidence in themselves.

Bonnie Wyrick is a size 16 mum who loves all things fashion, but she's also keen to help women feel confident in their own bodies.

She often shares clips on her online of her showing off her 'apron belly' in a bid to normalise being proud of your body.

Recently, the mum shared a video of herself on her TikTok account (@bonniwyrick) showing that it's fine to wear whatever you want.

In the video, Bonnie smiled as she pulled up her leather leggings, which she paired with a glitzy top, over her stomach.


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She captioned the clip: "Me trying to convince other apron belly baddies that they should wear what they want because they are beautiful.

"Your body may be soft but you are strong."

But this isn't the first time Bonnie has put herself out there.

She also posed in her underwear, showing off her "apron belly, cellulite and stretch marks."

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"If somebody sees me like this, then they won't feel alone now," she mimed along to the Selena Gomez track playing.

Bonnies videos have been met with a huge wave of support, particularly from people who say she's inspirational to them.

One said: "This is exactly my body, it really doesn't matter. I didn't know other people looked like me."

"I just has a baby and look just like this, thank you," another wrote.

A third commented: "You are gorgeous, thank you for your vulnerability, I feel so represented right now."

In her other video, Bonnie often tries on outfits to help fellow curvy girls style tips and tricks.

And despite the ocasional troll, the mum doesn't let the negativity bring her down.

When trying on one outfit, Bonne tucking in a white t-shirt into a pair of trousers.

One person jabbed: "Sorry your shirts need to be untucked so you don't show off your huge belly."

But Bonnie hit back and said: "My huge belly is cuter than your bas attitude."

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And her viewers agreed, one wrote: "How sad they have to put down people who are feeling good about themselves to feel important."

"Your confidence gives me confidence, don't listen to them," another said.

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