- Andi Eigenmann posted a no-filter swimsuit photo which showed off all her stretchmarks
- A netizen commented that she also has those ugly looking stretchmarks
- The actress' answer defined her as a mother
Andi Eigenmann posted a no-filter photo of her in a swimwear which showed her toned-body, yet it also showed her stretchmarks.
KAMI learned that a netizen immediately noticed her stretchmarks. The said netizen commented that she also has the same ugly stretchmarks on her belly.
"I have that ugly stretch mark in my belly too..." said one of her followers.
Andi didn't get angry but clarified that her stretchmarks weren't ugly for the reason that she got them when she was pregnant with Ellie.
For the actress, Ellie and her pregnancy, were the most beautiful thing.
"My stretchmarks aren't ugly though, because I got them from being pregnant with Ellie. And that is the most beautiful thing."
Another follower of Andi got inspired by her answer. She said that she was 16 and also has the same marks.
According to the fan, Andi made her realize that she should not be ashamed of the scars because they don't make her less beautiful.
To this, Andi gave a very nice reply:
"Definitely not! Its part of who you are! So we should be proud of it. Nobody’s perfect, and people will always have something to say anyway. Let them be. Every part of our being makes us uniquely US. And what makes us beautiful is when we accept and love ourselves for who we are."
According to the actress, the opinion of others would mean nothing if you don't let them affect you. It can be recalled that Andi is one of those actresses who had her own share of body shamers in the world.
In a previous KAMI report, she was even accused of prioritizing herself over that of her daughter's.
Andi Eigenmann is a Filipina actress, model and endorser. She is the daughter of Jaclyn Jose and Mark Gil.
The actress has a daughter, Ellie, with actor Jake Ejercito.
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