On her blog, she’s tackled tough subjects like postpartum depression and having sex as a parent.
Now, she’s shining a light on body image struggles by asking her followers to celebrate their bodies #LikeAQueen.
In a touching Facebook post published earlier this week, Constance shared a vulnerable picture of herself and put out a call to action, asking her followers to share “a picture that society has deemed you unfit for” with the hashtag #LikeAQueen. “Love yourself the way you want your daughters, nieces, friends kids to love themselves,” she wrote.
Like a queen you guys
She eats the cake!!
She has a past and she owns that shit,
She’s skinny, curvy, flabby, muscly and she loves it.
Because she’s a fucking queen ??
Love yourself the way you want your daughters, nieces, friends kids to love themselves.
Now I nominate you, all of you, to take a picture of yourselves, a picture that society has deemed you unfit for, because your too old or skinny or fat or you’ve had too many kids or not confidant enough or for whatever reason you have been made to feel like you don’t deserve to love your body or your self.
An undie shot, bathers shot, a grape eating shot brig fanned by a naked Greek man shot, whatever.
Hashtag #likeaqueen and yes, nominate your spectacular queens friends. And let us sit around drinking self worth a queen vibes from a champagne glass. Because our royal bodies deserve so much more ?????
The post received over 4,500 shares, and her followers’ responses photos caught the world’s attention.
Photos hashtagged #LikeAQueen are flooding in on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter featuring women proudly sharing parts of their bodies society has encouraged them to be ashamed of.
Constance Hall / via Facebook
Constance was so inspired that she was moved to tears.
“Glorious joy tears streamed down my face today while reading American news, English news, Australian news and seeing your bodies, your proud royal bodies plastered all over them,” Constance wrote on Facebook. “So much beauty. Would anyone dare to call the ocean less beautiful due to its ripples? No, texture adds depth and gives beauty.”