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July 20, 2018

Amy Schumer praised by fans for her body-positive bikini pictures

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Actress Amy Schumer was probably feeling loved after her fans showered her with compliments for her latest body-positive bikini pictures.

The 37-year-old Trainwreck star took to Instagram to post photos from her vacation in Spain.

The actress boldly shared photos from her vacation with her childhood friends. Fans complimented Schumer for her picture in a red triangle bathing suit.

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One of her followers wrote, ‘I love real women in bikinis. You seem so strong in who you are.’ Another fan added that the actress was the best and beautiful.

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People seemed to be inspired by her photo in the bikini, as one user said that Schumer was confident in her own skin and motivated others to be assertive too.

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Another user thanked her for being herself and that it was nice to see a ‘strong, successful woman’ without being photoshopped.

Schumer shared another photo with her chef husband, Chris Fischer, from the vacation.

The actress has not shied away from sharing photos on social media, much to the surprise of the trolls. She posted photos from her honeymoon in Italy in March earlier this year, after their surprise wedding in February.

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Recently, she dismissed rumors that stated she was expecting a child with her husband after she seemed to showcase her stomach in s snapshot.

She wrote, ‘I am not pregnant. I am… not pregnant.’ Her post came after she realized that her snap had given rise to speculations. 

She clarified that what seemed to be pointing to a bump, was, in fact, an attempt at promoting a clothing line she and Leesa Evans created for all sizes and shapes. 

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During the same trip, Schumer joked that she was growing tired of her tattoo.

The actress has been a promoter of body confidence and had said that talk about imperfections did not register with her.

Speaking to Women's Health, she said she had been in the public eye for a decade and had heard ‘every insult’ one could imagine.

She added that she had become desensitized to any negative comments and could not feel bad even if she wanted to. She asserted that nothing could affect her confidence. 

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