Constance Hall has posted a public message of support for one of her fans who’s being bullied at school.
The internet queen says the girl messaged her recently explaining that she feels all alone because she’s a size 14 and is constantly labelled “fat”.
In an Insta post Constance writes, “Firstly, you can be absolutely beautiful at any size….Secondly, you are not alone, far from alone. There is a whole community here dedicated to proving that and being there for you.”
Constance is currently one of many famous faces taking part in Auguste The Label’s anti-bullying campaign. In her post, she wears a “Hero” tee made by the fashion brand with all proceeds going to the National Centre Against Bullying and the Cybersmile Foundation.
View this post on Instagram
@augustethelabel asked me to be a part of their anti bullying campaign. All of the proceeds of these tees goes to the national centre against bullying and the cybersmile foundation. I had one for Denim too and we were going to do a cute pic together and you could actually read the word “hero” because we both stand against bullying passionately. But the thing about being bullied is that they make you feel alone, like nobody understands, even I get that and I have all of you guys on my team 💖💖. A lot of victims message me, And this one goes to *Yasmin Who messaged me last week, said she is a size 14 and called fat non stop at school and made to feel like she is all alone in this world. Firstly, you can be absolutely beautiful at any size, the closer you get to realising this the angrier your bullies will be. Secondly you are not alone, far from alone. There is a whole community here dedicated to proving that and being there for you. And now one of our countries hottest dress labels. #augusteagainstbullying
Standing up to bullying is something she’s very passionate about. Earlier this year, Constance posted a video describing some of the nasty comments she received after being announced as a contestant on Dancing With the Stars:
Constance is also well-known for calling out bullying and online trolling when she sees it: