Emily Atack says I’m A Celeb ‘lost her insecurities about body’ despite trolling

Emily Atack has mentioned she has a “tricky” relationship with social media despite leaving the Australian jungle “free” of her insecurities.

The 31-year-old Inbetweeners actress and star of ITV2’s Celebrity Juice, has mentioned that she felt liberated by her 2018 spell in I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!.

Emily mentioned she had been “criticised” prior to now over her weight and so “wearing a bikini in the jungle was a daunting prospect”.

She added: “But the experience forced me to rebuild my relationship with my body; because there was nowhere to hide, I had to embrace those insecurities and I returned from Australia feeling free.”

Emily Atack has overcome her insecurities about her physique

Emily has continued to stay a more healthy life-style and it has paid dividends.

She continued: “Eating out less over the past year, I’ve inadvertently lost a stone – but my confidence doesn’t hinge on a number on the scales.”

Speaking to Women’s Health UK, Emily mentioned that she remains to be having points with social media and that the platforms is usually a “double-edged sword”.

She mentioned that despite this, social media is a crucial a part of her job.

Emily Atack
Emily Atack says she has a “tricky” relationship with social media

Emily mentioned: “My relationship with social media is still tricky.

“The on-line world is a double-edged sword. My DMs ought to be a secure area, however everybody’s allowed to say what they like.

“Social media is a huge part of my job and I love reaching out to fans and get so much support back – I have every right to that relationship.”

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She added she was “nervous” about showing on I’m A Celebrity with none make-up.

“But it turned out to be a great opportunity for me not to care about what I looked like,” she mentioned.

“People watching were able to see beneath the fake tan armour and it was so heart-warming when I realised that they accepted that version of me – freckles, messy hair and all.”

*Read the total Emily Atack interview within the April subject of Women’s Health UK, on sale from Wednesday.

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