Vogue Williams says 'people aren't kind anymore' as she opens up about being ... trends now
The TV personality, 37, said 'people aren't kind anymore' as she recalled the incident which saw the high street brand forced to jump in to defend the mother-of-three.
Vogue was called 'too thin' by followers after she modelled the black bather as well as a skimpy blue bikini during the getaway.
Speaking to The Sun she said: 'I would never in a million years say anything negative to anyone online because I don't know them.
'People aren't kind. We went through a stage where everyone wanted to be kind to each other but now it's not'.
Candid: Vogue Williams, 37, has opened up about being cruelly skinny-shamed by trolls after modelling M&S swimwear during her Spanish holiday last month
Nasty: The TV personality said 'people aren't kind anymore' as she recalled the incident which saw the high street brand forced to jump in to defend the mother-of-three
She went on to say how she cannot please everyone and regularly receives nasty comments about being both too fat and too thin.
Admitting: 'My weight doesn't really fluctuate. I don't really diet but I train a lot'.
The montage of Vogue in her skimpy swimwear was uploaded to Marks and Spencer's Instagram page.
With person writing: 'I would never put negative comments about a person but I did stop this ad quite quickly and I'm sorry but I felt it wasn't directed at your every day woman modelling a swim suit and no harm Vogue.'
Another added: 'Shocking advertising #promote body positivity'.
Marks and Spencer wrote: 'A kind reminder to our followers that we use our platform in a positive way.
'We're proud to represent and celebrate people of all shapes and sizes. We won't tolerate any unkind or negative comments and anything unacceptable will be deleted. Let's all continue to uplift one another. Love M&S x'.
Many supported Vogue in the comment section.
Honest: She said: 'I would never in a million years say anything negative to