Woman’s candid snap of belly bloat shows influencers don’t look perfect at Xmas

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Body positive influencer Georgie Clarke has shared snaps taken minutes apart to expose her after Christmas dinner belly bloat.

The festive season is a time to indulge – even for influencers who often look preened to perfection.

So, Georgie has partnered with sportswear brand Women’s Best to promote the brand as well as urge their Instagram followers that it is okay to enjoy yourself over the Christmas period.

Donning a red matching gym set, Georgie can be pictured “before” Christmas dinner with the leggings hiked up to her waist.

The influencer sports a more toned figure, showing off a cinched waist.

In the next snap, Georgie is wearing the same gym wear but flaunts a different figure moments after eating her Christmas dinner.

The brunette has pulled the red leggings down to her hips to reveal her after dinner bloat – and still looks stunning.

The collaborators captioned the post: “Enjoy yourself today, you deserve it!

“And remember that it’s okay to treat yourself from time to time. Holiday season, especially Christmas, is that time of the year where it’s absolutely fine to indulge and relax for a while!

“Be happy, eat what you want, and celebrate with your loved ones.”

Appreciative of Georgie showing off her after dinner bloat, many people fled to the comments to thank the influencer for being so ‘real.’

One person commented: “Thank you for not promoting unrealistic bodies and sharing the realness, really appreciate it.”

Another user voiced: “So excited to eat the stuffing, best part.”

A third person expressed: “Love this! So true!”

Someone else added: “And you're perfect in both.”

As a fifth person noted: “This came at the very right time. Thank you.”

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