A blogger has shown off her “belly rolls” in a bid to show that no one is perfect.
Jelly Devote, who has 560,000 followers on Instagram, racked up thousands of followers by sharing her weight-loss journey.
Many of her fans are desperate to achieve the same results – but the Instagrammer has revealed that even she has her "flaws".
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Sheffield-based Jelly uploaded the before and after photos two days ago.
In the first, she leans forward to give a side-profile of her stomach.
The second is a much more saucy image, as she shows-off her enviable curves and rock-hard abs.
The blogger captioned the pictures: “Look at jelly belly bending over, I have ROLLS.
“And it’s completely normal.
“I might have a few creeping abs but my stomach looks very different from time to time! Haha.”
Speaking about why it was so important to share the snaps, Jelly added: “I just wanted to show this.
“Don’t be so hard on yourself for being normal.
“If you have a body that’s working and keeping you healthy, BE HAPPY!”
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Jelly also confessed that she has felt more confident in her skin since she stopped obsessing over her body.
She said: “I feel so much better since I stopped worrying about if my tummy was hanging over my pants… why would it matter?!”
The Instagram star’s post has been met with an overwhelmingly positive reaction, racking up 9,800 likes.
With many remarking that Jelly is “inspirational”, one follower added: “I love your account because you are so real.
“Thanks so you I feel less insecure when I bent over now.”
Another agreed: “I LOVE your posts!
“Thanks for showing how it really is, not just the perfect pictures.”
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