Jeremy Clarkson’s daughter Emily said she “felt free” after stripping off for a body-positivity campaign.
The 27-year-old took part in a campaign that saw her wear nothing but underwear as well as boob tape as she got drenched with different paint colours.
Sharing the meaningful campaign on Instagram, Emily revealed what she did was out of her “comfort zone” but felt “free” after completing it.
Her body was painted white, orange and pink
“You know it because I’ve said it a million times- I f**king hated my body,” she said. “All of it. And for years I was at war with myself; daily battles raged as I tried the next thing and the next thing in a constant bid to change and shrink myself.” She continued.
“As I was being painted yesterday (wondering what the actual shting fk I was thinking of) I just kept thinking: this is for her. For the me with my arms strapped across my stomach, hating summer, sweating under too many layers. For the girl who stood in front of the mirror pinching so hard at her fat angry welts appeared.
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“For her hunger and her sadness. For me of then, and those of now; still fighting. And, beautifully, mercifully, from the moment the brush hit my skin; it ceased to be about me at all. And the parts of MYSELF that I didn’t like. There was no room for my insecurities. Because every inch of that room was FULL to the brim of female empowerment the scale of which I’ve never seen before.”
She went on to say that 50 women took part in the campaign, and working with them was “breathtaking”.
“I have never, in my life, been so proud,” Emily continued. “I have never, in my life, felt such astonishing synergy as when my vulnerability smashed into my confidence.
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“I have never, in my life, felt strength so palpable. These fucking women guys, they RADIATED power. They were f**king incredible. If I had grownup seeing the female form only through @sophieteaart ’s lens; my life would’ve been very different.
“So many girl’s lives now WILL be totally different. Happier. Healthier. Saved. By seeing themselves. Their beauty. Their raw f**king power.
“We are ART. We are extraordinary. And Sophie I f**king LOVE you.”
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Artist, Sophie Tea was behind the significant campaign, which aims to promote a healthy body image.
Speaking to MailOnline, Emily explained: “I hope everyone who watched the show was able to see themselves represented.”
Emily has used her Instagram to promote positivity and healthy body images by sharing eye-opening pictures on the darker side of social media, Mirror reports.
She previously shared a clip where she she reminded her followers that “social media isn’t real”.
“The amount of time most of us spend on social media it’s only normal that we will from time to time compare ourselves to the images that we see on here, PLEASE LET THIS BE A REMINDER THAT THIS S**T AINT REAL,” Emily wrote.