I'm trolled for my 'mum tum' but I proudly show it off, I love my body | The Sun

MANY mums choose to hide their stomachs in baggy clothes after having kids.

But Nikkie Nicole isn't one of them – and has made a name for herself as a body positivity role model by sharing her videos on TikTok.

She recently took on the Cuff It challenge, performing the dance to the Beyonce song in a cropped jumper and low-slung joggers.

As she showed off her moves, her stomach was on full display, but Nikkie added in the caption: "Love my body".

She added the hashtags "#bodypositivity #bodyshaming #foryou #mombody".

And while Nikkie often finds herself at the centre of backlash from trolls for showing off her figure, the majority of comments on the Cuff It video praised her for her confidence.

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"Now this is what I call confidence," one wrote.

"My body exactly.!! Let it free Mumma you are stunning queen," another added.

As a third commented: "Love mine too!

"I used to be depressed looking at it but thanks to women like you for inspiration to love ourselves."

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"You are beautiful – thank you from this mom of 3," another wrote.

"Our bodies go through so much, and MUST be loved and appreciated!" someone else weighed in .

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As another wrote: "We are all beautiful no matter how we look. Life’s way too short, live life and enjoy it before it’s all over."

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