LOVE Island star Faye Winter has hit back at trolls who branded her ‘too skinny’.
The 27-year-old defiantly shared a snap of herself wearing a pink swimsuit as she shared a powerful message.
Faye wrote: “They’ll say I’m too skinny, they’ll say I’m too loud, they’ll say my appearance has changed but I’ll say I’m me and I’m proud of myself for never changing my soul 💕.”
Her followers rushed to comment on the snap, with Liberty Poole writing: “Unreal.”
While Candice Brown said: “Girl you are everything! Never change ❤.”
And a fan added: “Take no notice, you are a kind caring human being. One of my favourite in Love Island 😍.”
Last month Faye told fans she was trying to put on weight amid her split from Teddy Soares.
After Faye posted a sexy video of her wearing Valentine’s Day lingerie, fans pointed out she’d lost weight.
One commented: “She is unreal. [Put a] bit of weight on Faye, and you’ll be beating them off.”
“Girl I’m trying,” Faye responded, alongside a cupcake emoji.
Faye, 27, and Teddy, 28, decided to end their 18-month relationship last month after crisis talks broke down and have since moved out of their £1m mansion.
The reality star said it’s been “hard” not being able to reach out to Teddy when she’s “struggling” – saying a break-up in the public eye can be tough.
Speaking to UK Times, Faye said: “It’s hard because I went into Love Island to purely find someone and I said anything on top of that was an added bonus.
“Obviously it’s hard, it’s always going to be hard. I’ve never been in a situation where I’ve been in relationship in the public eye and I’ve had to go through a break-up in the public eye.
“So obviously it’s been hard and everything that’s been hard in my life post-Love Island, I’ve always had Teddy there to help me deal with it and visa versa, I’ve always helped him.
“So I think that’s the hardest part because I can’t just ring him and be like ‘I’m struggling’.
“That’s the hardship of it because its always been us.
“But at the same time, I’m no longer part of Feddy – this is just Faye and that’s always going to be difficult.”