Ada Nicodemou continues to wow us with not only her beauty but her fierce nature.
The Home and Away beauty just responded to an Instagram troll in the most empowering way.
The brunette beauty is currently enjoying a well-deserved summer vacation with partner Adam Rigby.
Sharing a series of photo from their couples retreat in the Maldives - the star who became famous from her role as Leah - decided to respond to some rude comments.
Fans of the actress decided to tag their friends commenting on the 41-year-old's physique.
One person penned, "Look at Leah... What?"
The mum-of-one responded: "Thank you both for your comments and I appreciate that everyone has a right to an opinion but have you stopped to think what example this gives to other girls and young women about body shaming and tearing down other women?"
She continued, "This is where cyber bullying begins. And btw I don't use fillers and I rarely use botox and the only surgery that I've done as is 'fake' is breast augmentation which I have every right to do. Maybe think before you post next time."
Nicodemou, who’s in the best shape of her life thanks to regular exercise and following the Keto Diet, plans to maintain her health and fitness.
That means continuing to wake at 4.30am to work out at home, followed by a gym session in the afternoon.
“I’m so proud of myself,” she explains of her amazing transformation, adding her routine consists of skipping, crab walks, sit-ups, push-ups, outdoor boxing, bodyweight exercises and powerlifting.
“I’ve got the best body I’ve ever had,” Nicodemou said of her transformation. “I feel stronger and my shape has changed ... my waist is smaller, my legs and arms have more shape and my booty has lifted – which was one of my goals.”
But for Nicodemou, it’s also about mental strength, too. She says it’s important to “be confident in your own skin,” and her advice to other women is simple: “You just have to decide to make time for exercise,” she wrote on Instagram in April, 2018.
In January last year, the actress also revealed her thoughts on ageing and cosmetic procedures. “Everyone should do whatever makes them feel good,” she told the Daily Mail when asked about Botox.
“I have no judgement on it whatsoever.”