Plus size Barbie strips to flaunt curves after slamming body-shaming trolls

Curvy model Isabel Nicholls Nall has wowed fans with her latest sizzling snap.

The 22-year-old body positive influencer labelled herself as a 'plus size Barbie' as she flaunted her figure in hot pink lace undies from brand Figleaves.

Isabel, from Worcester, was seen standing confidently in front of a white wardrobe as she let her body do the talking in her latest Instagram post.

She teamed her sizzling flesh-flashing display with glowing makeup, which included dewy foundation and fluttery eyelashes.

Meanwhile, her golden locks were let loose as they were parted down the centre.

Fans went wild for the post, as it racked up more than 8,000 likes.

One exclaimed: "I can not get over how gorgeous you are."

As another gushed: "Omg this is stunning."

A third chimed in: "You look fabulous."

The post comes after Isabel has hit back at haters in a number of her posts recently.

One such poser saw her flaunting her mind-blowing figure as she posed on her bed in a checked Savage x Fenty bikini.

Captioning the post, she wrote: "I truly hate how harshly people will treat anyone who is different in any way.

"The face is just art for the wicked, the heart is home for the wise and pure. Your features are unique to you, don’t let it hold you from thriving."

The stunner also said 'fat is her best accessory' as she posed in her underwear back in November.

The posts come after Isabel opened up exclusively to Daily Star on body-shaming trolls earlier this year.

She told us at the time: "It does upset me sometimes when people go out of their way to say something mean.

"I've had it a lot of time where it's been unprovoked on a night out, it happens all the time. You've got to learn to ignore it though."

Talking about how she has overcome the trolls, she said she's just grown a thick skin and doesn't take notice of other people's opinions.

She added: "The second I stopped caring what everyone thought and did what I wanted to do, I got a big following and got to do all this fantastic stuff."

And on online trolls in particular, Izzy said: "I just delete any comments of hate straight away.

"I don't give them the satisfaction – that's what they want. They want people to kick off and cause a big drama.

"I don't give them the time of day."

Sounds like a good plan to us!

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