Lauren Jauregui has learnt to love her body and the 'beautiful spirit that it houses'

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The 25-year-old singer has taken to Twitter to express her love for her own body, insisting she'll always appreciate it, even if she doesn't ‘look like a Photoshopped version of herself.’

Lauren, who joined Fifth Harmony as a teenager after starring on 'The X Factor' in 2012 tweeted: "Falling in love with my body in all its glory, no matter what weight. Even if I don’t look like a photoshopped version of myself every second, this body is beautiful and houses my beautiful spirit, and I LOVE HER."

READ MORE | Normani: 'Being in Fifth Harmony took a toll on my confidence'

Lauren often uses her social media platforms to speak honestly about her mental health struggles and her political opinions.

Lauren starred in Fifth Harmony alongside Ally Brooke, Normani, Dinah Jane, and Camila Cabello.

But, in spite of their chart success, Lauren has confessed to struggling with anxiety and depression during her time in the band.

Additional source: Celebretainment

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