01/5Women who encourage you to love your FUPA

Women who encourage you to love your FUPA

As of the past few days, FUPA has been tearing the Internet down as people can’t seem to figure out what it is. Well, leave the explaining to us. Post Beyonce’s highly-awaited Americain Vogue cover, the terms has gained importance after the songstress coined the word in the interview with the fashion magazine. “But right now, my little FUPA and I feel like we are meant to be," she said. The term is the acronym to describe a loose layer of fat in the lower abdomen region that sometimes occurs after rapid weight. That's right, ladies. Love your FUPA like Beyonce loves hers. Here are a few other women who encourage you to love your FUPA...

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02/5Chrissy Teigen

Chrissy Teigen

Chrissy Teigen has always been one to keep it real. The woman has always encouraged other women to embrace and love their bodies, their stretch marks and all their blemishes. Sharing this post-pregnancy picture, she sent out an empowering reminder of what women's bodies go through during childbirth, and why we need to stop putting pressure on ourselves to bounce back overnight.

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03/5Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka Chopra

In a recent interview, Priyanka Chopra got real about how she also faces moments of self-doubt, only to power through it by reminding herself to love her body for what it is. "After Christmas and Diwali, I always put on weight," she admitted. “But I'm not going to look at Katrina Kaif's abs and say, 'Oh my God I'm not pretty because Katrina Kaif has abs'. I'm like 'damn girl, how do you have those abs?'" she had added. A few extra kilos means nothing ladies!

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04/5Twinkle Khanna

Twinkle Khanna

In a recent interview with a women’s magazine, Elle, Khanna said, “This is probably going down as one of my favourite covers — I look my age, my size and I look perfectly happy with it all — A new book and a new look.” In an earlier interview, she reiterated the idea that a woman's body needs to be viewed beyond just how it looks. “The one that I have now, at about 40, it's strong, it does what it needs to do, I'm a lot more forgiving about a line here, a wrinkle there...,” she said.

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05/5Malaika Arora

Malaika Arora

Another one to keep it real, Malaika might be one fitness freak but she’s also like us. She understands the changes women’s bodies undergo and asks everyone to embrace those changes. "Embrace your curves, your flaws, your cellulite and your stretch marks. And love yourself. I got the award because I think I am someone who has always said it is important to remain active and fit, and I have always propagated fitness,” she had said in an interview.

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