Kelly Brook has been targeted by merciless fat-shamers after posting a stunning shot of herself in a bikini.
Trolls went to town on the 37-year-old pin-up’s Instagram picture, which showed her paddling in a two-piece whilst on holiday in France, Mirror reports
‘U got fat,” sniped one user, while a second branded her “white and plump.”
“Bro, you have gone a little chubby,” wrote another, while one supposed fan added, “Maybe you should loose 5 kg but you are beautiful in anyway.”
Others went even further and accused her of digitally altering the image.
“It’s a shame you feel the need to photoshop your pictures to appear slimmer,” wrote the commenter.
“You’re just lovely the way you are and it just makes you look silly when you edit a picture that’s been published of you naturally already. You are beautiful.”
Thankfully her fans came out swinging!
“What is wrong with some people. And notice how it’s all men making comments and jokes about her weight? Actually sickening!” wrote one loyal follower.
“Nice to see a pic of a real woman, real curves, not stick thin and plastic,” added another.
Last year, Kelly, who is dating French model Jeremy Parisi, opened up about her weight, revealing she fluctuates between a size 8 and a size 12.
She ditched the Atkins diet after moving back to the UK from LA last year, explaining that her “focus changed” the moment she left.
“It wasn’t so much on my diet and exercise regime – it was more on enjoying my life a little bit more. My boyfriend is Italian and lives in France, so I cook a lot of pasta and we have croissants most mornings,” she told the Daily Mail.
“I’m more accepting of myself. You’re skinnier and toned when you’re younger. When you’re older, you have a few too many glasses of wine and too much chocolate cake.”
She’s also previously defend her use of Photoshop, insisting that there’s nothing wrong with making a picture look as nice as possible.
“I’ve never said I’m perfect and I’ve never said I’m a skinny girl. Sometimes if I see a picture and I can make it a bit better then I will, like everyone else does. I’ve been Photoshopped in every picture since I started modelling. I [don’t] see any problem with it,” she said.