Monday 23 October 2017

Instagram deletes Amanda Byram's nude fit photo for 'policy violation'

Amanda Byram. Photo Kip Carroll courtesy of Fit Magazine.
Amanda Byram. Photo Kip Carroll courtesy of Fit Magazine.
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - MAY 31: Amanda Byram at Gilgamesh restaurant and club to celebrate Denise van Outens birthday on May 31, 2014 in London, England. (Photo by Mark Robert Milan/GC Images)
Amanda Byram

The great 'free the nipple' campaign continues.

Amanda Byram is the latest celebrity to fall victim to Instagram's strict no nudity policy with her photoshoot from Women's Health magazine being cut by the photo sharing site.

The Irish tv presenter yesterday featured in a special 'body issue' spread for the fitness magazine alongside Millie Mackintosh, Zoe Saldana and Kimberly Wyatt and spoke of her healthy attitude to body image.

The black and white photo featured the Castleknock native posing entirely nude in order to show off her muscle definition.

But the star tweeted last night that her image had been censored by the site, saying: "And there ya have it. @instagram deleting my #fitnotthin pic in @UKWomensHealth because it is "violation" #sigh."

Amanda said in the feature that the photograph and message of the article is important.

Amanda Byram
Amanda Byram

"I trained for two months with Dalton Wong to promote a very important message - fit not thin, in Women's Health UK tomorrow. Some very powerful images," the TV 
presenter wrote on Twitter last night.

The model, who is known for her advocacy of health over thinness, recently said: "If there is one thing I've learned it is that strong is better than skinny."

Amanda who turned 40 last year said she feels better now than she did at 30.

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