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Scarlett Moffatt admits she finally has the confidence to have her arms and legs on show

She has previously spoken on how horrible trolls drove her into a ‘state of depression’ as they mocked her appearance.

And Scarlett Moffatt has now shared she feels ‘liberated’ after filming a show that has ‘boosted her confidence’ and led to her exposing more of her figure – that she previously kept covered up as the result of being cruelly targeted by trolls.

The former Googlebox star, 29, took to Instagram to share a snap of herself in a black one-shoulder mini-dress and revealed her new found confidence in a lengthy caption that accompanied the offering. 

Confident: Scarlett Moffatt, 29, has shared she feels 'liberated' after filming a show that has 'boosted her confidence' and led to her exposing more of her figure

Confident: Scarlett Moffatt, 29, has shared she feels ‘liberated’ after filming a show that has ‘boosted her confidence’ and led to her exposing more of her figure

She wrote: ‘Everyone’s done “the toilet selfie” I’ve done a show recently that has really boosted my confidence and honestly I can’t tell you (and I know it sounds sad) how liberated I felt filmin and having the tops of my arms and legs out. 

‘I normally have everything covered. Thank you @kirstydoyle for the lovely gifted dress  #lbd#littleblackdress #love #ootd#confidence.’

The curvy star put on a glamorous display in the snap that showed her modelling an asymmetric dress that flashed her tanned pins.

Continuing her stunning look, Scarlett boosted her height in metallic heels that were decorated with studs and kept her long locks down in a straight style.

Hiding away: The former Googlebox star previously kept covered up as the result of being cruelly targeted by trolls for her appearance

Hiding away: The former Googlebox star previously kept covered up as the result of being cruelly targeted by trolls for her appearance 

Highlighting her natural beauty, the bubbly TV personality wore a face of expertly applied make-up and a pop of colour by painting her lips with a rouge colour. 

In May, the TV star bravely shared a snap she previously avoided after cruel trolls left her unable to leave the house.

Taking to her widely-followed Instagram account, the presenter reflected on her past body image issues as she revealed she’s now learnt to embrace her ‘curves’ in honour of Mental Health Awareness Week.

Candid: In May,  Scarlett bravely shared a snap she previously avoided after cruel trolls left her unable to leave the house

Candid: In May,  Scarlett bravely shared a snap she previously avoided after cruel trolls left her unable to leave the house

The brunette reposted an image taken from last year’s edition of Love Island: Aftersun, when horrible trolls drove her into a ‘state of depression’ for mocking her appearance.

Opening up about the dark period in her life, the TV personality detailed: ‘Its mental health awareness week and the focus is on body image.

‘I used to avoid this photo it would upset me because even thinking about this moment where I got trolled for the way I looked reminded me of the state of depression it sent me in to the point where I didn’t even want to leave the house!’

Scarlett went on to compare the difference between how she previously felt about her body confidence with her current mind state.

Throwback: The former Googlebox star reposted an image taken from last year's edition of Love Island: Aftersun (pictured with Alexandra Cane, Laura Crane, Jack Fowler and Russell Kane)

Throwback: The former Googlebox star reposted an image taken from last year’s edition of Love Island: Aftersun (pictured with Alexandra Cane, Laura Crane, Jack Fowler and Russell Kane)

The 2016 Queen Of The Jungle explained: ‘But I don’t think that looking at this photo now! NOW I see a young girl living her best life appearing on a show she loves, showing off her best assets and her curves.

‘As far as becoming a good role model as like everyone I’m not and haven’t been perfect all I can do going forward is to try and help people, People like me who felt like their body defines them.’

Promoting a healthy lifestyle, she elaborated: ‘Its important we look after our bodies by eating good foods and exercising but we can do that whatever our shape or size.

‘The truth is we have to be happy within ourselves, our brain is the most important thing we have to look after!! Our bodies are beautiful no matter what anybody tries to tell us or persuade us to think.

Speaking out: Taking to her Instagram account the presenter reflected on her past body image issues as she revealed she's now learnt to embrace her 'curves' in honour of Mental Health Awareness Week (pictured as a size 8 back in 2016)

Speaking out: Taking to her Instagram account the presenter reflected on her past body image issues as she revealed she’s now learnt to embrace her ‘curves’ in honour of Mental Health Awareness Week (pictured as a size 8 back in 2016)  

'NOW I see a young girl living her best life': Scarlett went on to compare the difference between how she previously felt about her body confidence with her current mind state

‘NOW I see a young girl living her best life’: Scarlett went on to compare the difference between how she previously felt about her body confidence with her current mind state

‘Throw your middle finger up to anyone who tells you your too thin, too fat, your stretch marks are ugly, your body isn’t the right shape, your boobs are too small, too big, your bums too flat or too fat or you’re too fake! Don’t listen to them. LOVE YOURSELF BECAUSE LIFE IS TOO SHORT.’

In a bid to help her followers during Mental Health Awareness Week, the Saturday Night Takeaway presenter ended her post: ‘Please young girls and boys, ladies and men, be kind to yourself. Our mental health is everything please have breaks from social media, delete people on social media who make you feel bad about yourself…

‘Speak with family and friends, speak to your gp or helplines, just do NOT suffer alone and never feel like your beautiful body is not enough. Live your best life #mentalhealthawareness #bodyimage #mentalhealth #selflove #selfcare’. 

'Its important we look after our bodies by eating good foods and exercising': The brunette promoted a healthy lifestyle in the candid message

‘Its important we look after our bodies by eating good foods and exercising’: The brunette promoted a healthy lifestyle in the candid message

Daily Mail UK

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