Plus size model branded ‘ugly’ defies haters as she flaunts curves in lingerie

Plus size model Danielle Gardiner has hit back at trolls in the best way.

The size 22 model admits she often gets called "ugly" by cruel trolls who target her shape.

However, the 33-year-old from Essex is showing she doesn't give a damn what the hater say.

The mum-of-two was seen showing off her curves in a racy black basque in her latest Instagram shot.

Danielle unleashed her cleavage, hips and thighs in the strapless lingerie item, which is from Rihanna's brand, Savage x Fenty.

She showed off her figure while posing in front of a paper backdrop as she looked away from the camera.

The brunette beauty also put her thigh and wrist tattoos on show as she took a confident stance.

Body positive star Danielle teamed her flesh-flashing display with glowing makeup, which included soft orange eyeshadow and fluttery eyelashes.

Meanwhile, her dark locks were styled into tumbling curls as they were swept to one side.

Captioning the post, Danielle wrote: "New day… always @savagexfenty #savagexgang."

Fans were loving the underwear display, as one exclaimed: "Love the fit on you."

While another gushed: "Looking so lovely."

A third chimed in: "Stunning! I need this, omg."

Danielle, who is single and lives with kids Noah, ten, and Leah, four, previously said back in February that she adores her curvy figure as says it allows her to model for big-name brands such as Nike and PrettyLittleThing.

She's also earning a cool £10,000 a month from her curves.

Talking to Fabulous at the time: “I get paid a fortune for being fat and I wouldn’t be modelling, or have 128,000 followers on Instagram, if I was slim. There are so many skinny models, I just wouldn’t have stood out.

“I charge around £650 for a modelling shoot and usually do around two a week.

“When I’ve modelled a bikini and shared photos on social media people have commented that I shouldn’t be wearing that for my size because I’m not ‘little or pretty’.

"I’ve been called a man, and told that I’m too fat to be modelling – all sorts.

“I couldn’t care less because my size is what makes me successful. I would never have made it as a model when I was a size 10."

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