Blake Lively talks about her body again to claim the end of ‘body shaming’

Blake Lively She is one of the most sophisticated women. Thanks to her striking and groundbreaking looks, she always becomes news, and it is not for less, she knows how to show off and perfectly defend the most impossible outfits. The actress is always one of the best dressed on the red carpet, she exudes glamour, style and originality, and so she shows us in each of her wonderful appearances. And she once again uses and talks about her body to vindicate the end of body shaming.

exactly the actress claims freedom when it comes to dressing without giving so much importance to the figure of the woman. Blake comments that the body is not always the same: “Our bodies are always changing, they are always evolving. That does not belong to anyone else,” he commented in his last interview with the American edition of Vogue.

Blake Lively

she likes to be Creative with your styles This was demonstrated on the red carpet of the MET gala held a few days ago. She doesn’t always like looks like this (we loved it), and for that she is often criticized, opinions that sometimes can damage self-esteem and other times, as it happens to her, she laughs it off. We already know that the marriage between Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds is one of the funniest and her jokes on social networks are continuous.

Blake Lively

It is not the first time that the actress has positioned herself on this issue. After her third pregnancy, Ryan Reynolds’ wife expressed in her Instagram stories that when she had to choose clothes for important events, a message that went viral: “nobody had clothes that fit me after giving birth. We don’t send It’s a good message to women when their bodies don’t fit into what brands offer. It’s alienating and confusing. And a lot of clothes in stores didn’t fit me.”

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Yes, Blake has claimed on several occasions about the end of body shaming (embarrassing or making fun of someone for the appearance of their body). The actress has spoken several times about the difficulty of finding clothes in her size after giving birth to her third daughter, thus becoming the best speaker for all those women whose postpartum body makes them feel insecure. Photos | gtres

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