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.
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.
“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.
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“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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