Stacey Solomon Rejects Now Magazine's Explanation Over 'Bullying' Cover

Stacey Solomon has dismissed an apology from Now magazine, after she was branded “boring”, “desperate” and “cheap” on their front cover this week.

Earlier this week, the ‘Loose Women’ presenter called out the publication for their cover, which quoted tweets from a handful social media users, accusing them of “tearing women down” and “bullying” her.

She addressed the controversy during Thursday’s episode of the ITV daytime show, explaining why the cover hit such a sore spot with her.

“The bigger picture is far more sinister,” Stacey explained. “Inside this publication, it went on to tell people how to get a ‘revenge body’, as if your body is the cause of all your issues, so change that, and your life is better.

“It then went on to talk about me, and the way I promote body confidence, and said that it was boring and that people have had enough of it.

“That was the saddest part of this whole fiasco, these publications are tearing women down and giving them no hope whatsoever in being able to love themselves and feel secure in themselves.”

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