Ashley Graham shows off her stretch marks - 'Same me, new stories'

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Ashley Graham at the Target 20th Anniversary Collection. Photographed by 
Gary Gershoff
Ashley Graham at the Target 20th Anniversary Collection. Photographed by Gary Gershoff
Gary Gershoff

Embracing changes that occur to your body can be quite difficult, hence we are forever grateful for famous faces who share the same stories as us.

Taking to Instagram, American plus-size model and television presenter Ashley Graham showed off her stretch marks.

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In hopes of encouraging others to embrace their body changes, the model shared an image of her post-baby body and it was a nude image of her covering her breasts with her belly and unapologetically capturing her stretch marks for all to see. She captioned the post, “Same me. few new stories.”

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same me. few new stories.

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The model bravely showed off her belly to her over 10.4 million followers.

Compiled Futhi Masilela

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