Kaitlyn Bristowe Opens Up About Body Dysmorphia Triggered by Unedited Swimwear Campaign

Kaitlyn Bristowe, known for her appearance on “The Bachelor,” recently shared a vulnerable moment of insecurity while modelling for an unedited swimwear campaign for Canadian brand LONDRE. In a candid conversation on her podcast, “Off The Vine,” Bristowe discussed her lifelong struggle with body dysmorphia and the impact of societal beauty standards on her self-perception.

The 38-year-old revealed that despite making progress in accepting her body, seeing an unedited photo of herself during the campaign triggered feelings of self-doubt. She expressed how the unrealistic beauty standards on social media exacerbated her insecurities. However, Bristowe chose to embrace LONDRE’s vision of authenticity and challenge the norms of edited photoshoots.

Through her experience, she emphasized the importance of self-love and growth, acknowledging the reality of body dysmorphia. Bristowe’s openness about her struggles resonated with fans, prompting discussions on social media about body image and confidence.

As she continues to advocate for embracing one’s natural beauty, Bristowe’s journey serves as a reminder to prioritize self-acceptance and celebrate personal growth. Join the conversation by sharing your thoughts and following @YahooStyleCA on Twitter and Instagram.