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Female model Lauren Jauregui has gone viral after posting a series of pictures on Instagram of her body that were captured by a camera she purchased in the US.

The images, which have since gone viral, show her wearing a full set of clothes, including a top, knee-high socks, thigh-high boots, a black skirt and a short crop top.

The pictures were posted on Friday and have already attracted the support of thousands of followers.

But they are not the only ones who are trying to make the leap from model to social media sensation.

In Australia, one of the most famous models in the world, Mariah Carey, also took to Instagram to share a similar look and to promote the Australian Women’s Model Awards.

The 27-year-old is one of several women who have gone viral for wearing their own clothes in Instagram posts about how they feel about their bodies, including some that were snapped by an employee at the agency they work for.

Carey also shared a picture of herself with her sister and sister-in-law, as well as an image of herself on the beach with her husband.

A series of women who wear clothes in the style of models are taking their body-positive messages to the next level, including Caitlyn Jenner, who shared her first post of the year on Friday.

In the Instagram post, Jenner describes herself as a “body positive person” who believes “it is ok to not be defined by the body type, shape or size that is the most commonly seen.”

She also says “I am a body positive person and I love my body and how I look in my clothes, and that I am proud to be a person of colour.”

But her words do not go far enough.

Caitlyn has also posted photos of herself in more traditional, body-revealing clothes, such as a black shirt and black pants.

Many of these photos are of the types of clothing she usually wears when she goes out.

She also shared an image on her Instagram page of herself wearing a dress, which she described as “the perfect attire for my upcoming birthday, which is this Saturday.

It’s a white dress with black trim and a black cape.”

Caitlyn is also the owner of the agency where she works, but her Instagram post does not mention the company.

Instead, she shared a series “of posts about my body”.

She also has a number of other posts on her personal account.

Among them are two about her work as a body positivity activist.

Caitlin Jenner (@CaitlynJenner) May 25, 2018 In addition to wearing clothes that are similar to models, other celebrities have also been taking the issue to the social media stage.

Rihanna, the star of the “Love Yourself” music video, shared a photo of herself dressed as an old-fashioned woman, with a smiley face and an open mouth.

The Instagram post was shared by the singer, who has also shared several pictures of herself that show her body in a variety of different ways.

Rihanas followers are showing their support of her by posting comments such as “you are beautiful.

I am a big fan.”

Rihanna has also also spoken about how she felt about her body.

In an interview with The Washington Post, she said: “I think that there is a certain amount of shaming in our culture that’s associated with body image, and in that sense, I don’t really feel like it’s appropriate to really, truly say that you don’t have to be thin, or that you shouldn’t look like this.”

Rih, who is of Cuban heritage, also added: “It’s something that you have to talk about and say that, and I think that that’s really important.”

Rih is not the first celebrity to publicly speak about her own body-image issues.

In 2015, singer and actor Demi Lovato also addressed the issue.

Lovato’s tweet to Lovato and her family said, “I do think that if we as a society as a whole do not really know the impact of how much of our body is controlled by what we eat, wear, do, wear makeup, what our body looks like when we sleep, etc., that I think it’s really crucial to talk to each other and have conversations about what we’re actually saying and feeling, and how that’s being communicated.”

Demi and her wife of 12 years, Demi Love, also shared the hashtag #bodypositive on their Instagrams in 2016.

They also shared pictures of themselves that were not in the same style as models.

Demi is one step closer to reaching a goal of creating a more body positive society, as she has a video in which she tells the story of her experiences growing up and her experiences with eating disorders.

In that video, she shares her experiences of growing up in Miami, going to the beach and growing up as a transgender woman, and also her own journey towards becoming a body-acceptance activist.

Demis journey has taken her