Christina Anstead Slams Comments Over Her Weight
Christina Anstead is not the one to stand by and endure body shaming.
The HGTV star responded to several social media users who commented on her body in recent posts.
People are commenting that I look really skinny or that I need to eat. This is actually the weight I’ve always weighed.”
She then went on to clarify the statement as she said, “You guys have just watched me have babies and then go back to my original weight. So don’t worry, everything’s fine.”
In the recent posts of Christina, fans and followers came by to make some unwanted remarks about her body. One said, “You must eat more food. Way too skinny,” while the other said, “sad and thin.”
Other followers made sure to stand up for the Flip or Flop star with comments like “Hottest mom ever” and “Y’all needs to relax. Some people bounced back easily even after having 3 kids. Stop body shaming.”
She also added a caption in the video that wrote, “Chill people - I eat, and I eat healthy.”
The comments were made when Christina posted a mirror selfie from her bathroom on Friday. She wore a black Chanel sweater, dark jeans, and Gucci boots, captioning the post, “My fav attire black on black on black #johnnycashvibes.”
Christina is a mother of three children, Brayden James (age 5), Taylor Reese (age 10), and Hudson London (age 16 months old). After giving birth to her youngest child, Hudson London Anstead, in September 2019, Christina filed for divorce from her husband, Ant Anstead after a year, in November 2020. She announced the split from Ant after less than two years of marriage. Before officially filing for divorce, Christina posted a lengthy Instagram post reflecting on the fallout.
I never thought I would have one divorce let alone two. I never thought I would have 2 baby daddies - but sometimes life throws us curve balls. Instead of getting stuck in these ‘setbacks’ I choose to look at these challenges as opportunities to grow.”
So while some may judge me and throw around rumors about me, most of you support me. And that says a lot about this world and where we are headed. I’m messy, I’m real and I’m working on healing.”