The Couple’s NAKED selfie that went viral for one lovely reason

The 23 year-old  body positive blogger Milly Smith has made quite the name for herself in the realm of Instagram after she shared an intimate picture with her partner.

The UK-based nursing student boasts an impressive 147,000 followers on the social media platform, posting pictures under the handle @selfloveclub.

A recent post made a splash as it showed her and her partner Rishi Bhaskara, posing completely naked.

The parents-of-one are seen facing each other, sans clothes, in the intimate picture which has since garnered an impressive 14,000 likes.

Milly and her partner pose fully naked for a good reason and accompanied the picture with the caption: “Just 50 years ago it would have illegal for me to marry this beautiful caramel human.

“I am grateful to live in a time where we are finally accepting that love is love.

“Some people are still cruel and throw insults at us and our son but they are no match for the empire of a beautiful family we have built.”

Milly’s photo was received well by her fans with hundreds commenting in support of the couple.

One said: “This is the sweetest photo.” While another added: “This photo is amazing. Two real people loving each other for strengths and flaws.”

Milly often posts pictures of her semi-clothed body on her Instagram page to help promote body positivity.

One such image was a composite of her in tights and without tights. The accompanying caption said: “Same girl, same day, same time.

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“With a camera angle and clothing I can change my body into something that society would deem more acceptable than the photo on the right.”

She added that recently Instagram was voted as the “most damaging app to body image and self esteem”. This is something Milly is trying to fight against.

She added: “The media constantly wants us to be more filtered, more posed, more flexed. Making us ashamed, afraid and resentful of our bodies, our natural vessel.

“We compare ourselves to these images of posed, strategically taken photos.
Comparing yourself is a thief of your joy/self love and even more so when you're comparing aesthetics to images that aren't reality.”

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“Get rid of accounts that make you feel negative, get rid of people in your life that don't make you feel happy, loved and beautiful.”

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