Demi Lovato is "proud" of her "no-more-dieting thighs".
The 'Confident' singer has previously battled with an eating disorder and insecurities about her body, but on Wednesday (21.02.18) she showed those days are gone as she flaunted her pins.
She captioned a picture of her laying across a garden swing chair: "These are what I call no more dieting thighs and I'm proud of them #thickthighssavelives.. (sic)"
The 25-year-old beauty recently opened up to her fans - known as Lovatics - about her "challenging" battle with an eating disorder and how she has stopped seeking perfection.
Writing alongside another picture of her legs, she wrote: "I'm insecure about my legs in this picture but I'm posting it because I look so happy and this year I've decided I'm letting go of my perfectionism and embracing freedom from self criticism.
"Learning to love my body the way it is is challenging but life changing.
"Giving up my eating disorder has been the most challenging journey of my life but I work every day towards solid recovery even if I mess up sometimes, (sic)"
Demi previously spent time in rehab for addiction issues, her eating disorder and self harm, but has learned to "love" herself more and is in a place where she is comfortable with who she is and what she looks like.
She said: "I've been working on myself for the past year, more so than I've ever worked on myself.
"I've surrendered to the process of just learning to love yourself and I think it shows through my pictures.
"I post more bathing suit pictures online. I want to show my fans that it's possible that they can get to that self love too."
The 'Tell Me You Love Me' singer is still a "perfectionist" who critiques her pictures, but she's learned to embrace her flaws too.
Discussing another photo she shared on Instagram in which she didn't particularly like how her legs looked, she said: "I'm a perfectionist. So I decided to post it anyways.
"I thought, 'It's me, it's who I am and I love my body. So I'm just going to post it."
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