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Plus size model cruelly called 'beast' defies trolls to flaunt curves in bikini

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body positivity advocate.Pearl Froud is a full-time model and content creator from Surrey, UK, who turned to modelling during the pandemic.She completed her photography degree in 2020 but when lockdowns hit, her life was well and truly up in the air.READ MORE: Body positive babe slams vile trolls who call her 'slut' for showcasing curvesFeeling lost, she started working at Waitrose before she decided to contact modelling agencies on a whim.Now the size-18 model is taking the industry by storm, having already worked for the brands In The style, JD Sports, Fat Face and Chi Chi London.She’s also empowering women online with her self love content, proving that curvy women are strong and sexy.The 23-year-old exclusively told Daily Star: “I spent so many years of my life hating myself and obsessing over my appearance and if I help just one gorgeous person to feel better about themselves then it is all worth it. “I think through my own personal struggles and to what now feels like a triumph I would be such a fool if I didn’t try to help others who might feel the same as I did.”Pearl was bullied throughout her teenage years and she says that some trauma still remains from this time period.While she’s over the cruel taunts she experienced, she’ll never forget the way she was treated.“When I would get bullied at school my mum and dad would have my back, they are my biggest supporters,” she explained.“One time I went to a school disco and the theme was ‘Beauty and the Geeks’ and this girl I kind of knew came up to me and said ‘Didn’t you know it was Beauty and the Geeks, not Beauty and the Beasts?’“That had a huge impact on 14-year-old me, but my parents always reminded me that it wasn’t my problem.

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