She has long been an advocate of promoting a healthy body image on social media.
And Vicky Pattison looked like a picture of confidence when she modeled black lingerie in a stunning image shared on Instagram on Tuesday.
The former Geordie Shore star, 33, stood out in a Bodyform T-shirt bra and period briefs as she eagerly tucked into a chocolate bar and rocked a teddy bear.
At work: Vicky Pattison looked like a picture of confidence when she modeled black lingerie in a stunning image shared on Instagram on Tuesday
The former It’s Not Me, It’s You captain host, who demanded attention, highlighted her curves in her underwear as she posed on her bed.
The TV star looked radiant as she complemented her beauty with neutral toned makeup and wore her locks in a bun.
In her accompanying caption, the Bomb spoke of her experience using period pants.
In Her Element: The former Geordie Shore star, 33, stood out in a Bodyform T-shirt bra and period panties as she eagerly tucked into a chocolate bar and rocked a teddy bear
The presenter said: ‘I’m just going to say it: I don’t like tampons, I don’t. And I never did!
And I get so frustrated watching them being portrayed in advertisements – all these gorgeous, rosy cheeks, impossibly healthy and happy women just casually doing yoga or horseback riding, swimming or skydiving or some other ridiculous activity that no normal woman in her has. good spirit is entrepreneurship when Aunt Flow is in town !!! ‘
Regarding how she feels during her menstrual cycle, the Newcastle resident added: ‘I call it all bulls !! Honestly, when I have my period I feel hormonal, emotional, bloated, uncomfortable, and always a whisker away from crying.
‘Don’t knock them until you’ve tried them’: In her accompanying caption, the bomb spoke of her experience using menstrual pants
‘All I really want to do is eat things, look at pictures of unlikely animal friendships online, and occasionally cry while watching Netflix. The last thing I want is to put a tampon in me and go horseback riding.
Now I’m sorry if this conversation is too much for anyone’s sensitive disposition, but it’s about time we started talking honestly and openly about this stuff and it’s been a long time since we became #PeriodProud !!!
‘We all have them, so why don’t we talk about them more? Why do we suffer in silence ?! Why do we use products that we don’t feel comfortable with? I’m so over it. ‘
The I’m A Celebrity star encouraged her female followers to try out Bodyform’s Intimawear range, adding, ‘That’s why I couldn’t be happier @bodyformuk launched these bad guys!
‘Intimawear By Bodyform ™ is super absorbent, reusable underwear specially designed to help women not only feel super comfortable during their period, but look cute too !!
‘Because let’s be honest, no matter how much we would all like to lie on the couch and feel sorry for ourselves on our lady days.
‘We’ve got lives, we’ve got jobs, busy schedules, kids, husbands, partners, things to do & people to see & it’s not always possible for the world to stop because it’s our time of the month and me so for one glad we finally have a durable and cute alternative to tampons or our old-fashioned granny pants.
Who else is on the tampon train and would like to try something new, cute and oh so cozy?
If you want to expand your menstrual repertoire and join the army of menstrual pants, visit @bodyformuk for more information and to shop or visit your local @tescofood! Don’t beat until you’ve tried them! ‘
A long time ago: The influencer appeared on Geordie Shore from 2011 to 2014 (pictured in 2012), and recently admitted that she would never return to the show
The influencer appeared on Geordie Shore from 2011 to 2014 and recently admitted that she would never return to the show.
During a performance on Steph’s Packed Lunch, the brunette said she sees it as a chapter in her life that has been ‘closed’. the ‘beer fear’ was ‘torture’.
Vicky said, ‘I’m pretty sure there’s some kind of giant big reunion in the pipeline. I consider it a chapter of my life …
‘I was super grateful to have the platform I have now, don’t get me wrong, I’m totally sure I wouldn’t have it without that, but it’s also a chapter that’s closed.
‘I’m 33, I’m 34 this year … If I drink a few glasses of wine, I have a hard time with it for about a week. I couldn’t have four / five nights on the lash and get up with bright eyes and bushy tail, I couldn’t do it. I’m not in my twenties!
‘I, Mom, was absolutely furious, I don’t think we talked for about four years … I’m exaggerating … it was difficult, though.
‘Beer fear is bad enough, but then imagine realizing when you wake up and think,’ Oh my God, what have I done, who have I kissed, who have I been crying out to …? ”
Fair: During a performance on Steph’s Lunchbox, the brunette said she sees it as a chapter in her life that is ‘closed’ as the ‘beer fear’ was ‘torture’