Vogue Williams had to be protected by a company following the publication of a recent advertisement in which internet trolls body shamed her.
The 37-year-old Irish model exhibited some of her favourite summer styles for M&S, including a black bikini with a plunging neckline.
Vogue paired her second outfit, a brilliant blue bikini, with an oversized white blouse and black sunglasses.
She also posted her kids’ summer outfits and videos of them having fun on vacation.
The actress, who has three children with husband Spencer Matthews, looked gorgeous, but some people had a lot to say about her.
Some Instagram users began’skinny shaming’ Vogue, who has a slender frame, beneath M&S’ image, which has over 5,000 likes on their page with two million followers.
The brand then took a stand.
They wrote: ‘A kind reminder to our followers that we use our platform in a positive way.
‘We’re proud to represent and celebrate people of all shapes and sizes.
‘We won’t tolerate any unkind or negative comments and anything unacceptable will be deleted.’
‘Let’s all continue to uplift one another. Love M&S x’, they signed off.
Others then raced to the comments section to encourage the brand’s consumers to remain optimistic.
One person commented: ‘I’m really shocked about the comments about Vogue. If you knew anything about her you would know she is massively into fitness and incredibly healthy! Why are women being attacked for being fit and healthy now?! Body positivity is for everyone and NOONE should be criticised whether you’re a size 6 or 16.’
Another wrote: ‘”Real women” come in all sizes and shapes, it’s incredibly sad to see comments body shaming other people’s bodies’.
One person echoed: ‘All these comments from the woman on here bashing this woman for her size 🤦♀️ you should be ashamed of yourselves. Bodies come in all shapes and sizes, she’s no less of a woman than any of you.’
The harassment directed against Vogue came after she made news for an incident involving her husband, Spencer.
The Made in Chelsea actor was brought to hospital while on vacation in Spain with his family after feeling sick.
He had overdosed on cold sore medications since he was taking 10 per day, although the suggested daily amount is two.
Vogue first joked on her show about Spencer not being able to ‘manage’ things.
She then emphasised that was no laughing matter.
‘He overdosed on cold sore tablets and his liver function, because he did it for a full week, taking 10 of these things and he said, “Oh, they’re fine.”
‘And he did it to me when I thought I felt a tingle and he said, “Darling, take six of these and you’ll be fine”, and you’re only meant to take two.’
Their vacation was somewhat disrupted, but the renowned couple and their family still managed to have fun in the sun, taking their three children abroad: Theodore, four, Gigi, three, and baby Otto, 15 months.
Source My Celebrity Life.