Plus size Barbie strips to bra and tells fans to live life with confidence
A plus size model stripped off to encourage others 'live life with confidence'.
Caitlan Redding, who brands herself a 'plus size Barbie', took to her Instagram page to share the sizzling snaps as she promoted underwear brand Luvlette.
The blonde, who also runs her own podcast and YouTube pages, was seen stripping off in her bedroom as she donned one of the brand's bras.
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Caitlan, from Essex, showed off her cleavage in the lilac, embroidered number as she smiled happily at the camera.
The body positive star also flaunted her arm tattoos in the process as she teamed the bra with a black skirt.
Accessorising the lingerie, the social media star wore a matching lilac headband and wore glowing makeup.
She finished off her look by teasing her golden locks into tumbling curls.
Caitlan was seen taking mirror selfie in the ensemble as she pulled on her tresses playfully.
Captioning the post, she told her 98,400 followers: "Bra try on YouTube video coming tomorrow evening.
"Bra is from @luvletteofficial – Luvlette is a love letter to all – a promise of next-level intimates to help everybody live life to the very fullest, and a declaration of everything deserved: confidence, comfort, and self-love."
Fans certainly were loving the look, as one branded her "gorgeous," while another wrote: "Tell me why you are so beautiful."
A third chimed in calling her "hot", as a fourth told her she was "stunning".
Caitlan, who is a size 26, has previously said she's often trolled by bullies who tell her not to wear skimpy clothes.
However, she says she ignores cruel fat shaming comments, saying 'bullies don't have the right to say what other people wear.'
She told Yahoo! News: "I'm very proud of who I am and I won't hide away because people want to fat shame me for my size.
"When a big brand shares a photo of me wearing their outfits, I am happy and feel confident and I am so proud of that.
"I love to see comments supporting me but too many people still think it's ok to abuse strangers."
"Everyone has an opinion but their opinion doesn't control my life."
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