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Stacey Solomon joined the Loose Women stars in stripping off for their confidence campaign Body Stories before and after airbrushing.
All the stars have posed before and after the use of body tuning apps to raise awareness about altering and editing photographs on social media.
Side by side snaps of the famous faces were presented for the world to see, impressing all their fans at home.
Loose Women asked celebs and fans alike to "keep it real", share unedited photographs and be honest while sharing edited snaps with everyone.
It's four years since their first campaign for body confidence made waves in the celebrity world in 2017.
Stacey looked stunning as she slipped into a black bikini for her photograph.
Reflecting on it, the redhead said her body was "completely different" as she's had a child since 2017.
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She said: “I loved doing Body Stories the first time and I was so excited to do it again. My body’s completely different, I’ve had another child since then.
"But I still have that picture hanging up in my dressing room, I love it, it makes me smile every time I look at it.
“I think every day you have to give yourself a bit of credit and say as many nice things to yourself as you would horrible. It’s about trying to flip it on its head.
"I don’t think that for most people you’re 100% confident all of the time. It’s a work in progress and every day you’re trying to convince yourself of the things that you are, rather than the things that you’re not.
"We get really good at convincing ourselves about the bad things, so it’s about de-programming that mentality."
Nadia Sawalha looked fantastic when she slipped into a white and black two-piece
Stacey admitted she might brighten her images but she hasn't got the time to completely retouch her photographs.
Also, the Loose Women star said she wanted her fans to be able to recognise her for how she really looks.
“If I thought a picture was a bit dark, I might brighten it up but I have not got the time to airbrush, slim things down, change the shape of things…
"Then also I’m going to go out in public and they’ll go, ‘Who are you? Looks nothing like you!’ I think it can be a real dark hole to go down if you’re constantly changing things and wanting to be different."
Turning heads, Coleen Nolan also looked incredible in a one-piece for the photoshoot
Nadia Sawalha looked fantastic when she slipped into a white and black two-piece.
This time round, she admitted she was confident because Body Stories has "changed" her life and she has found total "acceptance" of her body.
She said: “When I think back to Body Stories in 2017, I wasn’t sleeping a couple of nights before. This time around, I was just like, ‘Oh I’m doing this’. Body Stories has had such a meaningful effect on me. It’s literally changed my life.
"It was the right point and the right catalyst. It’s been a seismic shift with me. But I’ve put the work in every single day. It doesn’t just happen.
“I look at the tuned picture for this campaign and it just feels fake. Seeing that ‘before photo’, I truly have acceptance."
New panellist Frankie Bridge wore a tiny bikini when she took centre stage for Body Stories on Loose Women
Looking at it from the other side, Nadia said she doesn't judge people who use filters but she questions why we ever started using editing tools in the first place.
"For me, I accept what I am, so I can get on with the job of just being a woman and not distracting myself with, ‘Oh my God, I’ve got cellulite, what am I going to do?’ I can’t believe the time I’ve wasted. I had ‘stinking thinking’.
“I feel quite excited that a lot of people are starting to question this, to protect the younger generation. I have no judgement on the people that use filters or tuning apps whatsoever. I have judgement on the fact that we ever started it.”
Turning heads, Coleen Nolan also looked incredible in a one-piece for the photoshoot.
Kaye Adams looked amazing
The Loose Women star has been showing off her jaw-dropping weight loss in recent weeks.
Looking back, Coleen said it was ironic she felt "more insecure" in her younger days when she should have felt amazing.
She said: “When I look back to pictures of me a year ago where I was actually a lot slimmer, the irony is that that is probably when I was more insecure. In my younger days, when I should have felt amazing I was paranoid about being good enough.
Kelle Bryan looked incredible
"It's sad to think that when I should have been enjoying my prime I was less secure than I actually am now all these years and quite a few dress sizes later.
"I think it’s even worse for young people’s body image and confidence nowadays thanks to the pressure of social media.
“It’s really important to get the message out now that no one is, or ever can be, perfect. You have to learn to love the body you are in whether you’re tall, small, slim, full figured or whatever; the sexiest people are those who are full of confidence.
Jane Moore stunned in black
"Be a first-rate version of yourself, we only live once, it’s a shame to waste years of it wishing you could ‘look better’ as I guarantee you, one day you’ll look back at those old photos and wonder why on earth you were so tough on yourself, just like I did.”
Denise Welch, Linda Robson, Jane Moore and Kelle Bryan also posed in plunging black costumes for the cameras.
Kaye Adams and Brenda Edwards opted for black and white striped swimsuits.
New panellist Frankie Bridge wore a tiny bikini when she took centre stage for Body Stories on Loose Women.
* Loose Women airs weekdays at 12.30pm on ITV and ITV Hub