How you may ask? Well, the Duke of Cambridge appeared on the cover of Attitude magazine becoming the first British royal to grace the front of an LGBT publication. YAS KWEEN FUTURE KING!
This historic cover comes after the father of two's May sit down, organized by the magazine, with nine people from the community at Kensington Palace. The meeting allowed the royal to learn about bullying and the weight in can place on a person's mental health.
Mad at how random people somehow saw the need to critique her appearance so much, the Tik Tok singer shared the pic (above), along with a very empowering message (below) aimed at one very specific loser:
The funny lady took to Instagram to share a shot from when she was frolicking in the waves in Hawaii on Sunday, and decided to beat body shamers to the punch, captioning the candid:
"I meant to write 'good morning trolls!' I hope you find some joy in your lives today in a human interaction and not just in writing unkind things to a stranger you've never met who triggers something in you that makes you feel powerless and alone."
YAAAAS, Amy! Put those internet bullies in their place!
But that's not all! The acclaimed actress also decided to add a message of curve confidence and body positivity, writing:
"This is how I look. I feel happy. I think I look strong and healthy and also like miss trunchbull from Matilda. Kisses!"
We're obsessed over how much Amy unapologetically loves herself! Ch-ch-check out her full post (below)!
In a new interview in the New York Times, Gisele Bündchen got really candid about being taunted for her figure growing up, and even as she entered the modeling world. Ugh!
The 35-year-old shared:
"My career was never based on pretty. Even before I got into the business, I was used to being bullied because I was always tall and skinny and stuck out. I got really red all the time from playing volleyball, red like a pepper. So I thought bullying was just the way life is."
In a newly-released interview with The Advocate, the online personality stressed that the cops should have taken his word for it, saying:
"I think if somebody is a victim of a crime, that person should be given the benefit of the doubt and believed. Just because there are no physical markings on my face other than the broken teeth, that doesn't mean I wasn't assaulted, and that is why the police think I wasn't assaulted."
The UK native went on to say that the way the cops slapped him with charges for vandalism and filing a false police report isn't fair, considering he says he's the victim in this incident:
"I went to the police and now apparently I'm a criminal."
However, the police have revealed that they have video