JACQUELINE Jossa hit back at being called a 'bigger girl' in the best possible way by flaunting her curves in a chic mini dress.
The 27-year-old actress fumed that she constantly gets asked about her weight and gets frustrated when she is "congratulated" about having a positive attitude about her curvy figure.
She took to Instagram to model her autumn collection for the In The Style, in a range of clothes that showed off her incredible figure.
The mum-of-two glowed in a series of turtleneck knit dresses, one of which she paired with a black belt and then she matched the cream mini with a pair of black heeled boots.
Jac rocked a blush pink makeup look for the photo shoot that included her standing with her hands in her black jeans' pockets while wearing a tucked-in blue floral shirt.
She beamed at the camera in a boho chic dark floral print dress as her blonde hair fell down past her shoulders in loose waves.
The final look in her latest fashion shoot included a fluffy brown coat which her fans loved over a black mini shirt dress.
Jac's new collection is launching soon on In The Style after her previous collections sold out in a matter of hours.
She warned her three million followers to get in quick do they would not miss out on the autumnal range.
"Ok Ok I know I say this every time but this range that’s about to drop is just amazing!!" Jac wrote on Instagram.
"It drops this Sunday and of course it goes without saying that it’s size inclusive and styles for everyone… make sure you’ve got the app I think this one will go fast!! 💕"
Jac's stunning display came after she blew her top over being called a "bigger girl" and said it was "insulting" that men don't get the same questions about their weight.
Jac said she thinks "every size is amazing and beautiful" and could not understand why women get questioned about their weight and men don't.
The former EastEnders star took to Instagram Stories and told fans: "I just want to quickly say something that's been annoying me for a little while.
"When I do an interview at the moment all that people bring up is like you're such an inspiration for the bigger girl and I'm absolutely happy for that, love it, no problem at all.
"But it's kind of insulting because they're like 'how do you stay so positive, body confident and look like that?' is basically what they are saying to me.
"I'm like nooooo, you can't say that."
The I'm a Celeb champion then raged that men who are larger do not get quizzed about their body.
She continued: "Do you go up to a male actor or reality person that's not got a 12 pack and then say 'go you, well done you for just being happy and confident even though you look like that' – they don't get told.
"Being a man in this industry, they don't get congratulated for being themselves."
Jac explained: "Sure I've got rolls but I'm not unhappy with my body. I am positive and I do think size doesn't matter.
"It seems to be in an interview, they would never ask a man – it always seems like a woman thing about women empowerment and body confidence, it's a weird thing."
The actress concluded her rant by mimicking Towie's Gemma Collins, saying: "I just wanna be me!"
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