Georgia Gibbs reveals she told she was 'the wrong shape'

She made headlines earlier this year after she was incorrectly accused of photoshopping her size 16 best friend to make herself appear smaller. 

And this week, Georgia Gibbs has spoken of her dedication to fighting for women of all sizes to be represented in the modeling world.

Speaking to the Confidential, the 22-year-old size 6 model revealed that there was a time when she was also called 'too big'. 

Body shamed: On Saturday, size 6 model Georgia Gibbs  revealed that there was a time when she was also called 'too big' to model 

Body shamed: On Saturday, size 6 model Georgia Gibbs  revealed that there was a time when she was also called 'too big' to model 

'When I was 16, I was told I was never going to be successful, not because I was the wrong size, but because I was the wrong shape - my legs were too muscular and my boobs were too big,' she said. 

And it's not the first time Georgia has argued for women of all shapes and sizes to be represented in the industry. 

Earlier in the year, Georgia and her best friend Kate Wasley found themselves in the midst of controversy when a photo that showed them side-be-side appeared. 

Best friends: Earlier in the year, Georgia and her best friend Kate Wasley found themselves in the midst of controversy when a photo that showed them side-be-side appeared 

Best friends: Earlier in the year, Georgia and her best friend Kate Wasley found themselves in the midst of controversy when a photo that showed them side-be-side appeared 

On a mission: Appalled by the negative social media responses, they created their own Instagram page Any Body where they post pictures of girls all shapes and sizes 

On a mission:

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