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Size 18 model strips down to lacy lingerie to celebrate 'belly positivity'

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lingerie for a self-love photoshoot.Isabel Nicholls Nall showcased her size 18 curves in a two-piece set from Lounge Underwear.She ran her hands through her long blonde locks and snapped the gorgeous underwear picture in her bedroom. READ MORE: Size 18 model turns 'body positive Playboy bunny' in sexy Ann Summers lingerie The 24-year-old, from Worcester, paired her fuchsia undies with silver hoop earrings and smiled towards the camera.She completed the look with winged eyeliner, glossy nude lips and glowing skin makeup.Izzy captioned the post: "Daily belly positivity" – and used hashtags like "curvy confidence" and "plus size inspiration".Fans loved Izzy's post – with more than 9,500 of them liking it on Instagram.One commenter said: "Absolutely gorgeous."Another wrote: "Beautiful belly, beautiful body."A third remarked: "Love a woman with a belly."And a fourth added: "Beauty comes in many shapes and sizes."Izzy built up her large social media following by posting photos to her Instagram page when she worked abroad as a holiday rep for TUI.Her friends took bikini shots of her from their exotic trips and she started posting the unedited snaps online.The curvy star soon went viral – and caught the attention of brands like Ann Summers who wanted to work with her.She previously told Daily Star : "I was so confused, but then I realised my photo had been shared on a body positive page. "I've alway wanted to do modelling so I started taking more picture and used hashtags."Eventually I started building up a large following."READ NEXT:'Real life Rapunzel' with 5ft-long hair says strangers constantly ask to touch it‘Men trolled me over weight gain but now call me a skinny hag – women can’t win’Tattooed gran goes fully naked to.

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