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Bethenny Frankel shares before and after bikini photoshopped to address her body image

https://www.instagram.com/p/Ch8G-S5POYc/ bethennyfrankel's Profile Photo bethennyfrankel Verified This is not what I look like...and you're showing me the real me, not in vain But as I post this version daily, you might start to believe that it might be. This is how this all got twisted... Filtering is a lie: it's deceptive. It makes women feel bad about themselves. It destabilizes young girls and obsessed with unattainable perfection. Middle-aged women and mothers lack confidence in themselves. This creates a false ideal for men. Opposite of inspiration. it is destructive. Irresponsible. It's insecure and inaccurate. There is a fine line between striving to look pretty and outright lying. Swipe to see what I look like in real life ���� #instagramvsreality #thisisme #speakyourtruth #liveauthentic Edited 1h

https://www.instagram.com/p/Ch8G-S5POYc/ bethennyfrankel’s Profile Photo bethennyfrankel Verified This is not what I look like…and you’re showing me the real me, not in vain But as I post this version daily, you might start to believe that it might be. This is how this all got twisted… Filtering is a lie: it’s deceptive. It makes women feel bad about themselves. It destabilizes young girls and obsessed with unattainable perfection. Middle-aged women and mothers lack confidence in themselves. This creates a false ideal for men. Opposite of inspiration. it is destructive. Irresponsible. It’s insecure and inaccurate. There is a fine line between striving to look pretty and outright lying. Swipe to see what I look like in real life ���� #instagramvsreality #thisisme #speakyourtruth #liveauthentic Edited 1h

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Bethenny Frankel talks about an unrealistic body image.

on Wednesday, real housewives of new york city The 51-year-old alum posted three photos on Instagram. The first and second look similar, with Frankel wearing a blue bikini, and the third photo reveals the comparison.

The skinny girl mogul explained in her post that the photoshopped images were “the exact opposite of the inspiration.”

“This is not what I look like…and you know I’m showing you the real me, not the vanity.This all got distorted…” Frankel’s caption said .

“Filtering is a lie. It’s deception,” she continued. “It makes women feel bad about themselves. It makes young girls feel insecure and obsessed with unattainable perfection. Middle-aged women and mothers feel insecure about themselves. This makes men It’s the opposite of inspiration. It’s destructive. It’s irresponsible. It’s unsafe and inaccurate. There is a line

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Frankel is taking bikinis (and all swimwear) very seriously these days as she prepares to launch her first swimwear collection with HSN, Bethenny Swimwear. She announced the news in a poolside Instagram post in June.

For the photo, Frankel posed in an emerald Bethenny corset one-piece tank swimsuit and a pair of shades. ‘ she captioned the post.

“This is finally a brand that makes you excited to wear a swimsuit,” she said while promoting the collection on her Instagram story. Because everyone looks like a 10.”

Bethenny Swimwear joins Frankel’s other fashion endeavors, including Skinnygirl denim and Skinnygirl shapewear.

In a TikTok video from July, Frankel answered a fan’s question about how he manages to be “so thin.”

“I get asked all the time: I don’t exercise. I do what I can when I can,” Frankel began. “Preferably snowboarding, preferably surfing, walking on the beach…but I choose sleep first. Sleep is number one, and being happy is number one.”

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The reality star said she no longer believes in the idea of ​​working out to burn fewer calories.

“I believe in balance. I believe in sleep. I believe in life. I believe in fries. I believe in alcohol. I believe in not being crazy.” I believe,” she said.

“The crazier it gets, the worse it gets for you. And as you get older, you realize the ‘zero f’ lifestyle works better,” Frankel added.

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