You would think that being a beautiful and successful model would give you the confidence in your own body and your own skin but this is not always the case. Irish model Vogue Williams has opened up about her own body confidence issue, and Vogue says that things definitely got worse when she hurt her leg preparing for the television series The Jump.
Williams explained, "No! I don't think any woman is. I'm certainly not in the shape I'd want to be in right now. I wasn't able to walk properly for two and a half months and I put on a stone, maybe a stone and a half. I had lots of comments on my weight, and I was like, 'Guys, give me a break, I've got a brace on my leg and I can't walk.' I had a great time putting on the weight, anyway."
While Vogue Williams has her own confidence issues when it comes to her body and the way she looks, she has also been very open about her issues with her anxiety. Vogue says that she has learnt to et a handle on her anxiety, insisting that she tries to avoid alcohol and caffeine as it helps her when it comes to her anxiety.
Williams added, "A nutritionist gave me good advice on how what I eat and drink can affect my body's response to anxiety. Caffeine is a no-no and alcohol can trigger anxiety the following day. But I do enjoy socialising and having a drink with friends, so when I'm not feeling the best the next day I live on camomile tea. I also take magnesium twice a day and do my best to eat healthily. It all helps, if only a little."
Well keep at it, Vogue, as you are looking great and you truly deserve to feel great.