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Size 16 mum who hit back at bodyshamers with swimwear photo is rewarded with professional photoshootA curvy mum who hit back at body shamers with a photo of her size 16 figure in a bikini has been rewarded with a professional photoshoot. Stephanie Redmond wanted to make a stand against judgmental and shallow people who ha

d made remarks about her image. So the mum-of-two uploaded images of herself in the revealing swimwear on Facebook during the recent heatwave. The 39-year-ol

ds defiant message was picked up by a clothes shop when her photo went viral - and they were so impressed they offered her a free photoshoot. Stephanie, an administrator from Plymouth, Devon, said: I was lying in the bath and scrolling through Facebook. Stephanie Redmond wanted to make a stand against judgmental and shallow people (Image: Stephanie Redmond / SWNS.com) Read MoreRelated ArticlesOverweight teen hits back at body-shaming bullies and overcomes biggest fear by posting swimsuit snaps online I was seeing post after p

ost after post of people saying that they were so uncomfortable in the heatwave because they werent able to wear what they wanted, or if they had gone out in shorts and t-s

hirt they felt uncomfortable and got snide looks. I just thought hang on a minute, I was at the beach this weekend in a very bold red bikini and I didnt care who was looking at me because I was there with my son and my family and I am a size 16 - a proud size 16. I thought I need to share this on Facebook so other people can see this is okay to wear what

they want whatever size. I expected maybe the cursory 30 odd likes and it just blew off. I didnt realise it would affect so many people. Stephanies positive message was so well-liked, scores of women got in touch to praise her for taking a stand. And Frock The High Street, based in Plymouth, invited her to take part in a photoshoot after seeing her pictures. The brave mother has now been sna

pped wearing a number of classy outfits and high-end dresses. She added; I was really surprised and really embarrassed to be asked, but also really excited. I had my youngest two-and-a-half years ago and I havent been out since I had him and Ive not lost my baby weight - Ive not really tried to lose it to be honest. Stephanies positive message was so well-liked, scores of women got in touch to praise her for taking a stand (Image: Stephanie Redmond / SWNS.com) ] Read MoreRelated ArticlesModel poses on t

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g cliff spire in the scariest glamour photo shoot you will ever

see So when they offered me the opportunity to come down and do a bit of modelling in my sized clothing I thought yeah, lets do this. This will be fun. When they showed me the clothes that I would be modelling I thought that they would definitely suit my shape. Ive never had any confidence issues showing off my shape and they were really flattering styles so I was really excited

to take part. After saying that the shoot made her feel a million dollars, she has maintained her body-positive approach, urging more women to be confident in their own skin. All of the dresses were really complimentary of my figure, she said. Im thinking about buying one of them for my 40th birthday next month. And the jumpsuits - youve got to have a bit of a booty to show the curves off in those She added: Im g

onna have these photos now for life. Janine Boylin, owner of Frock The High Street, said: How beautiful did she look? I really love the way she was saying frock you to anybody that was going to challenge her on that. I loved that. Its very important for every woman to be comfortable in their own skin and to dress right now in what they want to wear rather than to buy the dress and then diet to be in the dress they want to be in. Its really not the right way around and I think the pressures are so great on women today and they really need to sup

port each other.