Lucy Watson had the perfect response to body-shaming Instagram comments
Why is everyone getting up in her grill?
Lucy Watson is probably one of the harder nails amongst the Made in Chelsea elite – so when someone got up in her grill on Instagram, she didn’t let us down with her response.
Although the 25-year-old usually calmly responds to any remarks about her weight loss by merely insisting it’s the result of a vegan diet, one comment made under her Instagram post published two days ago suggested Lucy “obviously has an eating disorder”.
This hit a nerve, and Lucy replied.
The troll critiqued Watson for “validating and publicizing an illness”. The TV-star constantly receives criticisms for being “too skinny” and looking “ill”, but this comment clearly enraged her, and rightfully so.
On the offence, Watson acknowledged the comment – calling out the ignorant remark about her naturally-slim physique “because I am slim I MUST have an eating disorder”. She added: “just because you’ve watched me on tv, does NOT mean you known the ins and outs of my life”.
The brunette beauty isn’t blind to the world of trolls, with comments regarding her figure being something she’s used to on Twitter and Instagram.
Although she most often brushes them off, she does occasionally respond.
Girls think it's out of order for someone to call them fat then go around publicly calling another girl a skeleton ?. #StopBodyShaming
— Lucy Watson (@imLucyWatson) June 1, 2016
Not only has Lucy once again out-sassed herself, she’s proven herself to be the role model we all know she is.
Lucy Watson, never stop being you.
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