Blogger shares posted vs deleted snaps to expose reality of Instagram

An influencer has been applauded for her latest post as she exposed the realities of social media.

Georgie Clarke has almost 700,000 followers on Instagram where she shares her body positivity.

Often she shares side-by-side snaps to highlight the importance of self-love and fans appreciated it.

Now in a recent post, the influencer has been praised for her upload after revealing a posted and deleted snap of herself.

She wrote: "Do you ever get put off buying a bikini because you know you won't look the same as the Instagram model wearing it?

"Well guess what… the model doesn't even look like that in real life."

She told fans that it's all about the "clever pose, adjusted angle and strategic lighting" to make the photo look different.

The blogger added: "It's not real life ladies, stop comparing yourself!

"Everything we've been taught and conditioned to hate about ourselves is actually completely normal!

"Cellulite, dimples, scars, stretch marks… rolls… you name it, everyone has these things!"

The star said we don't see these things on Instagram because everyone's under pressure to edit their snaps to protect themselves.

She continued: "It's a constant cycle of being told we should feel negative about our bodies when in reality we are all normal.

"So stop comparing yourself, but the bikini and rock it I say! You deserve to feel good about yourself."

Since she shared the powerful message on Thursday, the post racked up over 17,000 likes and hundreds of comments.

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One Instagram follower said: "This is so relatable," another added: "Needed to see this today."

A third social media fan gushed: "You are amazing! Thank you for this as I needed to see this today."

And a fourth hailed: "Wow, you are the most incredible women ever, thanks for keeping it real."

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