Lauren posed for the camera in a bright blue bikini [Lauren Goodger/ Instagram]
Posing by a pool in a bright blue bikini with pink strings, Lauren Goodger put her hands on her bikini bottoms as she shakes her hips and pouts for the camera.
The former TOWIE star claimed that she made the video in a bid to silence for weight critics.
After regularly being accused of photoshopping her pictures on social media, 30 year Lauren made the video as she can’t be accused of editing it.
Lauren Goodger has been hitting the gym [Lauren Goodger/ Instagram]
She wrote: “what a beautiful summers day! Had a pap outside my house again today and had a call saying I look like I’ve gained weight!
“Well this is the real me in a “video” which you can’t edit so I’m sorry to say but these scumbag paparazzi need stop making me look 4 times the size!!!
“And people stop need to stop saying I “photoshop” my pictures when unfortunately they take the bad pictures because they sell for more money not me!
Lauren Goodger has vowed to get back in shape recently[Lauren Goodger/ Instagram]
“I’m not skinny and not claiming to be but I do not look like the mail on line (most of the time) or these bad “pap” pics!
“They pick and choose when to make me look how I do in real life!
This is not the first time that the star has defended her figure after she claimed paparazzi shots showed her in an unflattering light.
Lauren doesn’t like paparazzi shots of herself [Wenn]
Lauren Goodger claims she is smaller in size than she appears in paparazzi shots[Lauren Goodger/Instagram]
Last month she went as far as to post the label of her clothes, showing her followers what size she is.
Taking to Instagram, she shared the label of the floral dress she was pictured wearing – which clearly read “M”.
“Everyone asking what size my @silkfred dress is in my picture today as they being confused by pap pics lately which make me look different facially and body shape wise,” she wrote to her 765k followers.
“I’m not saying they have been messed with but they certainly shot in some sort of way to achieve such poor quality of a photo.