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Plus size model Isabel Nicholls Nall has proudly flaunted her curves in a new body positive post.
The 22-year-old, from Worcester, is known for sharing stunning body acceptance snaps online.
And her latest has certainly wowed fans.
The blonde beauty was seen wearing a skintight orange dress as she showed off what she called her "cute little pumpkin belly" to her 174,000 Instagram followers.
Isabel flaunted her curves in the Fashion Nova outfit as she stood in front of what appeared to be her door.
She looked gorgeous in the button-down number, which she teamed with immaculate makeup and loosely curled locks.
Isabel also sported a winning toothy smile as she shut her eyes to soak up some sun rays.
She captioned the post: "Cute lil pumpkin belly," followed by hashtags such as #plussizestyle, #bodypositive and #bodyacceptance.
Fans were loving the snap, with it racking up more than 7,000 likes.
One gushed: "You are so gorgeous," as another exclaimed: "Wow, so beautiful."
A third told her: "This dress is everything."
As well as showing off her outfit choices, Isabel also regularly models lingerie.
This includes a gorgeous blue and pink set from Rihanna's brand Savage X Fenty, which the stunner wore last week.
The bombshell again looked amazing as she flaunted her figure in the two-piece which came with pink ribbon across the stomach.
She captioned the post: "Soft. Chubby. Ethereal."
Despite being full of confidence, Isabel told Daily Star back in February that she deals with her fair share of haters too.
She told us: "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's managed to 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."
Referencing 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."
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