Sarah Nicole Landry says 'it's OK if your legs aren't smooth' in body positive post

The Guelph, Ont.-native shared photos of her and her daughter enjoying a day at the pool.

Canadian influencer Sarah Nicole Landry is back with another body positive post. (Photo via Instagram/thebirdspapaya)
Canadian influencer Sarah Nicole Landry is back with another body positive post. (Photo via Instagram/thebirdspapaya)

Sarah Nicole Landry wants you to accept the skin you're in.

On Monday, the Canadian influencer — better known as The Birds Papaya — took to Instagram to share a carousel of body positive photos with her 2.2 million followers.

The mother-of-four is known for her inclusive content that centres on body image, relationships and motherhood.

In the post, the Guelph, Ont.-native shared snaps of her by the pool in a black one-piece bathing suit that showed off her belly rolls and cellulite. She smiled, splashed and held her youngest daughter, Lemmie, as they enjoyed a day in the sun.

Landry accompanied the photos with a message that told fans it's OK if your body isn't perfect.

"It's OK if your legs aren't smooth. It's OK to look like you're wearing underwear (because ya are?). It's OK to dimple and fold when you sit. It's OK if your belly still shows of how it's carried life," the content creator wrote.

The influencer added that "it's OK to show up as you are, because in the end, that's not what anyone remembers of you anyways."

"Not just OK, but beautifully brilliant," she penned in the caption alongside the clapping emoji.

In the comments, fans praised Landry's important reminder and thanked her for her vulnerability.

"Love this, thank you," said fellow Canadian influencer Kenzie Brenna.

"Amen sister, preach!" shared someone else. "Great message."

"You help me accept my body," wrote another. "It's also very brave of you to put out photos like these, you go girl!"

This isn't the first time the social media star has opened up about loving your body.

In December, Landry revealed that someone's looks or body type has nothing to do with their personality.

"Think of all the ways you want to be admired, or to be inspirational for ... Your body has nothing to do with those things," she wrote.

Landry further shared that while "none of us are perfect ... we come in all shapes and sizes" and should be celebrated for who we are authentically.

"Your body is not the most important part of you. It's not the most interesting, either. It's not going to be the most talked about or most remembered. All the other parts of you, they will be," she added.

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