I & # 39; m A Celeb & # 39; s Emily Atack reveals that she was body-shamed by a man who told her to stop eating a burger & # 39; because & # 39; the hunger suits you & # 39;
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I am A Celebrity & # 39; s Emily Atack has revealed that she was body-ashamed by a stranger, who told her to stop eating to maintain her jungle weight loss.
The 28-year-old actress confessed that she recently ate a hamburger in a restaurant when she was approached by a man who told her that she had to stop & # 39; because the hunger & # 39; matched her & # 39 ;.
The jungle princess, who ended in second place behind Harry Redknapp, lost half a stone in the jungle after having lived on a diet of mainly rice and beans, and had previously scoffed for the extra space to fill Christmas. .
Shocking: I am A Celebrity & # 39; s Emily Atack has revealed that she was body-ashamed by a stranger, who told her to stop eating to maintain her jungle weight loss
Recalling the shocking incident, Emily said to OK magazine: "A guy said to me in a restaurant while I was eating my dinner: & # 39; No, stop, starvation suits you. & # 39;
& # 39; What in the ….!? I would throw my burg at you, but that would be a huge waste, love. & # 39;
She added: & # 39; My whole life I have been judged on how I look. That's part of being in the public domain, playing sexy roles and posing for lades of boys, but I want people to like me for my personality and brain.
& # 39; It's not just about the perfect body, perfect hair, perfect smile.
Nice: the jungle princess lost half a stone in the jungle and mumbled earlier that she looked forward to having the extra space to fill with Christmas food
Emily kept her camp companions informed of her jungle weight loss as she participated in I & # 39; m A Celebrity, where viewers fell in love with the star with her frank conversation.
While she was in the jungle, she admitted: "I just want to lose weight so that when I come home and it's Christmas I have a bit of space and can turn it on again.
I love food, I love cheese and champagne and salads, fries, yum. & # 39;
Before she entered the jungle, Emily revealed that she had been told in the past that they ought to fall off & # 39; to get certain TV roles.
The stunning actress rose to fame on E4's Inbetweeners as Will McKenzie's love interests Charlotte Hinchcliffe, but well-known that since she participates in the popular series, she has been asked to go to the gym & # 39; to go to change her body into roles.
She spoke to The Sun and said: & # 39; There have been auditions where they said nicely: & # 39; Would you be willing to go to the gym for this role? & # 39 ;, I find it so difficult to lose weight, it takes me weeks and weeks to diets and train to just lose three kilos.
Horrifying: before Emily entered the jungle, she revealed that she had been told in the past to "lose weight" & # 39; to get certain TV roles
She continued: & # 39; I am on camera all the time, so physical self-confidence is important. I am a supporter of a good feeling in your skin so I put bikini pictures on my Instagram.
"I certainly feel the pressure to lose weight and to be smaller than I am. I would not leave the house without my make-up. & # 39;
Emily added that she would be happy with her figure in a "normal world", but the pressure from the film industry makes her think about her weight, adding that she is "curved women". want to show a leading role.
Meanwhile, Emily has recently insisted that she & # 39; enjoy the only life & # 39; despite the fact that she made several pieces for Jamie Redknapp in the jungle.
The starlet constantly questioned campmate Harry about his handsome son, and said she wanted the former footballer to call her.
When she discussed the situation in the OK magazine, she revealed: "Oh poor Jamie, I find it so pathetic that he is dragged here.
I just concentrate, my work, my friends. I enjoy my life as a single woman. & # 39;
Purpose of her affection: Emily has recently maintained that she & # 39; enjoys the only life & # 39; despite the fact that she has made several pieces for Jamie Redknapp in the jungle