An American woman has revealed the influx of support she has garnered after suffering abuse online over a picture of her and her husband.
Jenna Kutcher, 29, posted a photo of herself with her husband Drew Kutcher on her Instagram, along with a heartfelt message about the insecurities of her body and having a husband with washboard abs.
She says someone once messaged her saying they couldn't believe she had managed to land a guy as good-looking as her husband.
The photo shows Ms Kutcher walking on the beach with spouse Drew, who is a health business coach in America.
"Part of my insecurity with my body has stemmed from being married to Mr Six-Pack himself," she said.
"Why should I, a curvy girl, get him? I feel unworthy, and when I write narratives in my head that because I am not thin, I don't deserve him."
"This man has embraced every curve, every dimple, pound and pimple for the last 10 years and has always reminded me that I'm beautiful even when my inner dialogue doesn't match (and when I haven't showered in days). So yes, my thighs kiss, my arms are big, and my bum is bumpy but there is just more of me for him to love and I chose the man that could handle all that (and so much more)!"
Ms Kutcher has had two miscarriages within two years, and has often opened up about her struggles on social media.
"I've struggled my whole life to love my body, something that started when I was a gymnast at a young age," she told Yahoo Lifestyle.
"I think deep down, as women, our biggest fear is that we aren't enough, that our bodies are broken, and after walking through two losses, I was really struggling to 'come home' to my body."
"Drew is a babe. I know that, I see that, I love that. And to me, he's the most handsome man on the planet.
"Since I have always struggled with weight, it's sometimes hard being married to a man with muscles and a six-pack.
"I see the way people stare at him on the beach and the narrative in my head sounds like, 'Why should you deserve a man like him? You're fat, he should be with someone so much better looking.' I tend to write stories for what I believe people are thinking - when, in reality, I know they probably aren't thinking a thing."
Her husband plays a big part in helping her overcome her insecurities, Ms Kutcher says.