Olivia Colman says if people don’t like size of her bum they can ‘f**k off’ as she becomes Vogue cover star

Olivia Colman says if people don’t like size of her bum they can ‘f**k off’ as she becomes Vogue cover star

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OLIVIA Colman has said that if people don’t like the size of her bum they can “f**k off” as she poses on the cover of Vogue magazine.

The Oscar-winning actress, 45, opened up about her struggles with confidence as a young woman but revealed she has grown to care less over the years as she posed for series of stunning images.

Olivia Colman looks incredible on the cover of Vogue
Annie Leibovitz/Vogue

The Peep Show star told the magazine: “I look up pictures of myself as a teenager, and I think I was gorgeous. But I didn’t feel that.

“All those little comments through those precious years can have long-lasting negative effects.

“You see images of a perfect person and say: ‘I can never be that’.”

She continued: “Over the years, pounds have gone on, and my body has changed; I’ve had children.

Olivia opened up about insecurities as a youngster
Annie Leibovitz/Vogue
She was shot by legendary photographer Annie Leibovitz
Annie Leibovitz/Vogue

“If someone doesn’t like me because of the size of my bum, they can f*** off. Because I’m quite a nice person to be with, actually.”

Olivia added: “Once I was in a steam room and there were these two women, big women, who sat there, hot and sweaty, so beautiful – I felt like they were almost goddesses.

“I want that confidence.”

The actress – who will next be seen in The Crown – also discussed age discrimination in the candid interview.

Olivia also discussed ageism in the movie industry
Annie Leibovitz/Vogue

“To be the ingenue and to keep working is rare because once people see you as that, they don’t like the process of aging,” she said.

“Which is f***ing ridiculous! I grew to my place.”

Olivia was shot by famous photographer Annie Leibowitz for the spread and looked regal on the cover wearing a brocade coat.

The full interview is available online now.

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