Yesterday, the outspoken Aussie celebrity recently opened up in a tender Instagram post about how her body has changed since birthing five children. By sharing a selfie in her underwear, Constance said she hoped to promote body positivity, urging others to love themselves in order to change the culture of the "perfect body".
"Looking at my body this morning, studying its recent changes... My skin is soft, it feels the way I used to imagine a cloud would feel to touch when I was little... my tits have deflated a bit since I stopped feeding, soft, empty, rippled. My tummy has some new stretch marks... they’ve turned white and they kind of remind me of an arial view of a salt lake.
"And as I stared at it I wished more woman of every shape and size could love their bodies, so we could change the culture of the “perfect body” and young girls could learn to love what they were given," she wrote.
The post comes weeks after she revealed she's broke. She announced on Facebook that a fan had written to her saying she felt 'bullied and left out' because she couldn't afford the blogger’s premium content fees and that the money had gone to Constance’s head.
"You have absolutely no idea what you are talking about regarding my finances, I make my donations, I try and support my family and I lie awake in bed crying because I can not pay my electricity bill," she clapped back.
Constance is being sued by journalist Kristen Watts, who edited the blogger’s sell-out book, for unpaid fees.
She also admitted she had “maxed out her credit card’ in order to pay the fees of three ongoing legal cases, had applied for another loan to pay off other bills and couldn’t even afford therapy to help her deal with the stress.
"My kids have gone without so much and I have told them it's so they become better people.. it's not, it's because at the moment, we have nothing," she said.
"Acting as if I don't know what it's like to be broke and saying that the money has gone to my head is so extremely untrue.'
This story has been updated.
NOTE: This story previously stated Constance gave birth to seven children, this has been corrected.