Christina Anstead recently took to social media to share a fashion post, and it went terribly wrong.
The TV personality dropped a selfie where she is dressed in black with her long blonde hair cascading on her shoulders.
Most of her fans complimented on the chic Chanel and Gucci look but others were very concerned about her weight and mental well-being.
The HGTV star was asked if she was ok by one supporter, and another shamed her for being too skinny. The unsolicited comments prompted Christina Anstead to share a very sharply-worded answer.
Anstead, who was formerly married to her Flip or Flop co-host Tarek El Moussa, said: “So, people are commenting that I look -really skinnier, and I need to eat. This is actually the way that I’ve always weighed. You guys just watched me have babies and then go back to my original weight. So, don’t worry. Everything’s fine. Chill people — I eat, and I eat healthy.”
Anstead filed for divorce from Wheeler Dealers star Ant Anstead last November. Not that long ago, Christina Anstead appeared to be enjoying life to the fullest, and fans were praising her amazing figure back then.
The Flip or Flop star was pictured spending the weekend at the seaside with a couple of close pals.
The popular television personality marked the occasion by posting several snaps from the memorable day on social media.
In one of the pictures, the 37-year-old celebrity faced the camera wearing a grey swimsuit that was accessorized with a sports cap and large sunglasses. In the snap, the TV star looked happier than ever in the company of one of her friends.
The picture was met with admiration by her numerous fans, and many were impressed by Christina Anstead’s healthy looks.
This is far from the first time that the celebrity impresses her followers with her well-kept appearance, and in the past, she has shared that her secret for staying fit was mainly consistency with training and that she really enjoyed kickbox and long walks.
Christina Anstead’s regime even prompted her to collaborate with the renowned expert in nutrition, Cara Clark, on the creation of a book for healthy eating, titled The Wellness Remodel.
The TV personality justified her reasoning for the creation of the book, as she stated, “I decided that it’d be a great idea for us to write a book together because that’s the No. 1 question I always get asked” and explained that people often had questions for her such as “What do you eat in a day?” or “What do you do to work out?”.
At the beginning of her book, Anstead stated that healthy eating became extremely vital for her when she learned that she had Hashimoto’s disease and polycystic ovary syndrome.