Plus size model goes topless to embrace size 18 curves and says shes at peace

A plus size model celebrated the body positivity movement by stripping off on holiday.

Isabel Nicholls Nall wore nothing but black bikini bottoms as she soaked up the sun on a rooftop.

She threw her hair back into a turban and covered her boobs up with her hands as she gazed wistfully out to sea.

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The 22-year-old, from Worcester, captioned the gorgeous post with a message of self love.

She wrote: "My beautiful vessel. At peace with everything I am and everything I may become."

Fans love the fact Izzy is embracing her size 18 curves, with 8,300 of them liking the snap.

One swooned: "You make my heart smile."

Another gushed: "Unbelievable… what a beautiful figure."

A third wrote: "You are just too beautiful for words to express."

And a fourth added: "Just doesn't get much better than THAT!"

Izzy built up her large social media following posting photos to her Instagram page when she worked abroad as a holiday rep for Tui.

Her friends took bikini shots of her from their exotic trips and she started posting the unedited snaps online.

The curvy star soon went viral – and caught the attention of brands who wanted to work with her.

The model previously told Daily Star : "I was so confused, but then I realised my photo had been shared on a body positive page.

"I've alway wanted to do modelling so I started taking more picture and used hashtags.

"Eventually I started building up a large following."

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