The Loose lady is embracing her bod

Stacey Solomon has never been one to shy away from her body imperfections, and the Loose Women panelist has received yet more praise as she shared a natural bikini snap.

But this time Stace wasn’t alone as she recruited her fellow Loose Women co-stars Nadia Sawalha and Kaye Adams.

The trio we’re enjoying a well earned beach day in Ibiza, when they decided to flaunt their fabulous bodies.

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Stacey shared the frank snap with her 959,000 Instagram followers, along with the caption, No filter needed… This pic takes me back to the incredible @loosewomen #BodyStories Enjoy your summer and celebrate how wonderful you are inside and out… Every Body Is Beautiful…’

No filter needed… This pic takes me back to the incredible @loosewomen #BodyStories 😍💛 Enjoy your summer and celebrate how wonderful you are inside and out… Every Body Is Beautiful…😍😘😍💛

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We have to say the ladies are looking absolutely AH-mazing, and of course Stacey’s followers thought so as well, with many labelling the star as an ‘inspiration’.

‘Love this girl power and you all look lovely xx,’ one user commented.

A second person wrote: ‘Such a wonderful role model, I’m trying hard to tell my children no filters are needed, every size is amazing. Thanks for this xxx’.

While a third fan said: ‘@staceysolomon Love it! Look amazing Stacy as always love you posts-pictures inspiring body beautiful! xxxx’.

Stacey – who is a mum to Zachery, 10, and Leighton, six – has always been honest when it comes to loving her body – and rightly so!

Speaking about why she feels the need to post natural photos of her body, she previously confessed to Celebrity Secrets magazine: ‘Children are robbed of their childhood because they’re under pressure to look a certain way. Even if you ask 100 teenagers if they think a picture has been edited, and they all say ‘yes’, they’ll still want to look like that – as that’s what they think ‘pretty’ is.’

‘And that’s what we’ve got to eradicate.’

Well said, Stace!