Woman Proudly Posts Her 'Deleted' Pics On Instagram To ‘Normalize Normal Bodies’



Spotless skins and perfect body shapes are part of the things that can be seen on Instagram. However, one woman is tired of all the Instagram fake photos and has decided to reveal some bitter truth. Chessie King is a well-known Instagram blogger who encourages women worldwide to accept their actual bodies while staying away from attaining the impossible perfect photos some women try to project. Fitness trainer Chessie knows quite well that her life appears perfect on social media.

Still, she wants her followers to know there’s more going on behind the scenes that they don’t see. Instead of just deleting her unflattering Instagram photos, Chessie shares them alongside the picture-perfect. The outcome of the side-by-sides are charming, but indeed they made quite a powerful statement about self-love.

Chessie King, an Instagram blogger, encourages women to accept their actual bodies while staying away from attaining the impossible perfect photos some women projects

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'I don’t want anyone to look at a photo of me & think “cor, I couldn’t look like that'

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'My tum tum’s trynaaaa look like my bum bum'

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'I’d be lying if I just posted the left photo... unzipping my jumpsuit when I got home today was right up there'

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Helping people, particularly women, to feel comfortable in their bodies remains the driving force behind her social media page. ‘Hopefully, I can help you speak kindly to your body. Hopefully, you can see my body and relate to bits of it.’ Chessie wrote in one of her Instagram posts

'You are in control of your feelings, give yourself a little pep talk whenever your mind starts to bully your body'

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'It’s a deceiving place this whole instagram thing but I’m here to remind you daily that THE GIRL ON THE RIGHT EXISTS TWO SECONDS AFTER THE GIRL ON LEFT POSES'

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'What about defining yourself by a different kind of measurement instead of your weight or size?'

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Snaps of her working out, posing in bikinis, and eating well are regularly shared, but as part of promoting body confidence, she showcases failing to hide her bloated stomach and even pulls the goofball face. Specifically, the photos make a candid yet welcoming exposure, and indeed nobody is flawless. It can be difficult to understand that angles and clothes hid a ton of imperfections, but Chessie remarkably exposes all of these for us to see. 

'Your body is your home for the rest of your life, take care of it & it will take care of you'

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'Instagram is FLOODED with the left photos when actually we should be drowning in 'the real life booty' pictures'

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'Thank you for your kind words, but they’ve been wasted on me; I’m not changing anything for you. This is my body, my home for the rest of my life, my best friend'

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'The moment you start treating yourself like you are your own best friend, the moment you start living your life'

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'TAKE YOUR TOP OFF & DON’T LET YOUR BRAIN CONVINCE YOU OTHERWISE'

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'My tummy’s been like the right for the past few months. You don’t see it when I’m wearing high waisted things so I’m just showing you how it really is'

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'Here’s your daily dose of reality to break up your perfect looking Instagram feed'

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Chessie And The Goofball Face

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'From smooth skinned tanned teeny weeny bikini photos to post workout beautiful selfies. I found a lot of what was on here unachievable for me personally'

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'9 reasons you look awful in photos... & how to fix them. Guess what... you don’t need to fix them’, you don’t need to fix anything!'

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'These photos are literally a second apart & what I really wanted to share with those that do suffer from bloating is YOU ARE NOT ALONE'

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'SPREADING BODY POSITIVITY LIKE PEANUT BUTTERRR'

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'Just remind yourself whilst having a scroll, a big chunk of the photos you see posted on here are the ones that made the cut out of a selection'

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'I want you to know that you're not alone & it is OKAY to look like the right. I'd much prefer to look back on my life when I'm old & wrinkly knowing I had all the fun compared to having the most boring stories'

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'YOU DON'T NEED big boobies or a huge bottom or a sucked in tummy to be amazing, it's all about you as a person'

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Nonetheless, many people are beginning to embrace themselves, and it’s gradually becoming more common to see photos that are real on Instagram. A big thanks to Chessie and many others, self-love and perhaps acceptance is also becoming a norm. In no time, we hope to see the era of filtered photos fading out and, in the meantime, its fingers crossed.