Fitness Model Gives Perfect Explanation For ‘Camel Toe’ Pic

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A British fitness model has called out the Internet Detectives over a photograph she posted showing off her ‘camel toe’, apparently.

Chloe Madeley – the daughter of daytime television legends, Richard and Judy – has rock hard abs to die for and her own fitness and lifestyle brand.

But her time for haters is in short supply.

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The 29-year-old posted a photograph to Instagram demonstrating her brand affiliation with My Protein and proudly wearing her new fitness leggings.

But – beating her opponents to the punch – Chloe shared a few jibes of her own in the photo caption:

Thanks @myproteinuk for the pants, sorry for the camel toe but look, some of us need to pull their gym pants up to prevent thigh rubbing, because some of us don’t have a thigh gap mkay?!

Although it appears this elusive camel toe has gone walkabout – I can’t see hide nor hair of a camel toe – Chloe clearly predicted the photograph would get some heat from her hawk-eyed followers.

So, Chloe also took the opportunity to debunk the mystery of the mythical thigh gap:

On the thigh gap note, guys, all it means is that you have a wide hip bone structure, it doesn’t mean you work hard in the #gym so really get over it.

A lot of clients are slogging away for “a thigh gap” which is ridiculous in itself, but also ridiculous because no matter how lean they get they might never see one.

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And in one final blow to keyboard warriors poised over their laptops, Chloe writes:

For those of you who are about to tell me I look like a man, I thank you, but this is me flexin, i don’t think I look remotely muscley unflexed, I mean I HOPE I do but I highly doubt it.

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Concluding her justifiable rant, Chloe told her followers to ‘find whatever option it is that makes you happiest’, because ‘we only have 1 life’…

And I think we can agree, your limited time on this Earth is not well spent being a dick about what women look like on Instagram.


Francesca Donovan

Francesca Donovan

A former emo kid who talks too much about 8Chan meme culture, the Kardashian Klan, and how her smartphone is probably killing her. Francesca is a Cardiff University Journalism Masters grad who has done words for BBC, ELLE, The Debrief, DAZED, an art magazine you've never heard of and a feminist zine which never went to print.