body positivity and document her eating disorder recovery. She boasts over 21,000 followers on Instagram, and helps to build women's confidence with her relatable and inspiring posts. READ MORE:Woman sick of being branded 'bloated or pregnant' flaunts natural body in dressIn a recent post she shared a selection of unflattering snaps to show that we shouldn't keep hiding the "normal" parts of ourselves.
She created an "Instagram v Reality" post where she compared a posed, staged photograph that she'd commonly post on Instagram to candid snaps that she doesn't usually share that revealed her tummy rolls, cellulite and the bigger parts of her body.Hannah shared the pictures to remind people that Instagram is just a "highlight reel", and that we're not always exposed to the full picture of someone's life.She said no one looks perfect, and we have to stop thinking these perfectly staged images are real.Writing on Instagram, Hannah said: "I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: SOCIAL MEDIA IS A HIGHLIGHT REEL!"When you see pictures of perfectly posed people on here, please be MINDFUL and don’t compare yourself."For every photo you see on Instagram, there’s always so many little other things that you DON’T see; that including the, unposed and often deemed as the “unflattering” or “flawed” parts of a person, which are in fact all completely NORMAL parts of a HUMAN body."What you see on here are the 'best bits', and what that person wants you to see.Read more on dailystar.co.uk