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Kelly Brook: ‘I look better naked — clothes just let me down’-Danni Scott-Entertainment – Metro

She’d rather just wear ‘a feather boa’ and nothing else.

Kelly Brook: ‘I look better naked — clothes just let me down’-Danni Scott-Entertainment – Metro

Kelly Brook would ‘rather be naked’ thanks to fashion industry disappointment (Picture: Instagram/iamkb)

Model Kelly Brook is no stranger to rocking high-fashion outfits, but she has now confessed she’d much rather be naked because she has a particular problem with clothes.

The 44-year-old presenter has been incredibly open about her body journey and the trolling she has received for being curvy in the cut-throat industry.

Kelly, who is married to Jeremy Parisi, previously revealed she was told by a member of the paparazzi on a red carpet to breathe in while posing for pictures.

Despite being faced with body-shamers, she has maintained a positive view of her body and posts gorgeous bikini snaps — but now admits she’d much rather be in the buff anyway.

‘I’ll just walk around naked with a feather boa,’ Kelly told as she promoted her podcast Life Gains with Big Narstie, 38.

While the Heart Radio host admits she doesn’t always look how she wants to, she makes sure not to blame her own body for ill-fitting clothes.

Kelly wishes she could just walk around in a feather boa (Picture: Karwai Tang/WireImage)

She and Big Narstie have launched a new fitness podcast together (Picture: SlimFast/Daniel Cheetham)

‘I look in the mirror naked, I love myself,’ Kelly shared. ‘And then I put on clothes and I’m like, well, that doesn’t show me at my best.

‘I always say I look better naked anyway. I just think the clothes are letting me down and that’s not my fault.

‘That’s the fault of designers, they’re not cutting it right.’

The fashion and modelling industry has been widely criticised for its lack of inclusivity for those with different body types, while actresses are under pressure to stay a certain size.

Numerous celebrities — including Sharon Osbourne and Maisie Williams — have discussed their battles with weight and resorting to drugs like Ozempic to shed pounds.

Kelly has faced body-shaming throughout her career as a model (Picture: SlimFast/Daniel Cheetham)

She and Narstie said they want to inspire others on a fitness journey (Picture: SlimFast/Daniel Cheetham)

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Kelly, who has been a SlimFast ambassador alongside the rapper for years now, emphasised the need to focus on health rather than perceived thinness.

She continued: ‘I don’t set unrealistic goals either. I don’t want to look like I did when I was 21, I’m fine with who I am at 44.

‘But I want to look like a good 44-year-old. Healthy, energised, I want to get jump out of bed in the morning.’

Narstie, real name Tyrone Lindo, agreed, discussing his health scare as a major catalyst for his health journey, which he has documented for fans on Instagram.

Kelly doesn’t want to look how she did at 21 (Picture: Atmosphere Entertainment Mm/Kobal/REX/Shutterstock)

Narstie’s health journey started after he collapsed (Picture: Ken McKay/ITV/REX)

He had to withdraw from Bake Off in 2019 over the health scare (Picture: Channel 4)

‘I couldn’t lift my legs up high. I couldn’t bend. It had been years since I’ve stretched,’ he confessed of his fitness before his collapse on Celebrity Bake Off in 2019.

Putting your journey out there so publicly is not without its downside, as The Big Narstie Show host shared his thoughts on commenters who try to drag him and Kelly down.

Comparing trolls to attention-seeking naughty children, he said: ‘You have to understand the psychological factor of why people say the things they do, that tension is a real place.

‘The internet gives everyone a chance to have an opinion, anonymously. When you’re dealing with someone who can say whatever they want, anonymously, you then can’t take in personally.’

The duo teamed up previously for the Oomph For Your Boomph campaign (Picture: SlimFast)

They got on so well they’ve launched a new podcast together (Picture: SlimFast/Daniel Cheetham)

Speaking about the new podcast, sponsored by SlimFast, Kelly added: ‘We’re talking to people that are possibly on the verge of collapse, or thinking, “I don’t want to go out anymore, because I don’t feel confident in my clothes”, or those people that are struggling mentally with like their day to day because of the way they are.

‘We’re saying, “This is how we were”, I had that trolling about my weight. Big Narstie had his collapse. These were the catalysts for us to get fit and healthy, and we’re better for it.

‘Don’t let that happen to you sort it out before that happens before you don’t need a catalyst.’

Kelly Brook and Big Narstie’s podcast Life Gains is out now, in collaboration with SlimFast.

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