The model reminded followers,
Always remember social medias not real life never let anyone else's pics make you feel insecure about yourself. If you don't look like her and she doesn't look like you that's how it's meant to be. You are meant to be YOU no one else, your body is your home so love and respect it.
The truth is a person's potential for thigh gappage is largely dependent on his or her natural, genetic bone structure, not weight.
That's right. There's nothing most of us can do about our rubbin', chafin', inseparable (JK, you should be able to pull them apart -- unless you're a mermaid) thighs.
Twitter is over it, TBH.
People look up to others with thigh gap. But do they not realise not everybody suits it? — hunibii (@_chantxt) April 26, 2016
Mostly for food-related reasons.
But, let's face it, there's strength to be found in a meaty leg...
...and there are far bigger problems facing us than the breezes between our legs.
It's up to you to love your body the way it already is, gap or no gap.
To the girls and boys with natural thigh gaps: Live your best, blessed life, appreciate what you have and don't text on the toilet.
To everyone else: F*ck it. Who cares? You're adorable. Snapchat selfies while you're pooping because freedom is yours.