"I love my BIKINI and I always wear a bikini regardless of my weight or size, I wear a bikini. If you don’t like seeing me in a bikini... then don’t look! that is not my problem, it is yours."
"This is what I look like in my bikini and I feel pretty good at the beach or pool."
Mishel added: "Love your body whatever it looks like and if you think that you want to make some changes that doesn’t mean that you don’t love yourself. We are humans and we grow and learn; sometimes we feel we need to make modifications for whatever reason ‘you still have self love’."
Mum-of-two Mishel then explained that her reasons for undergoing surgery were personal.
"I know that people are going to say well why did you have this done or that surgery, simple: I WANTED TO, my choice. This model has been modified. I want to share what and why."
Mishel then explained that she'd undergone an abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) after gaining "a lot of weight whilst trying to fall pregnant (IVF) and then during the pregnancies."
"When I returned to my normal weight I was carrying around an extra appendage... yes the dreaded apron! I got it removed and I no longer had to tuck it into 2 pairs of shape wear, it also helped me with my post pregnancy inconsistence. TMI," she explained.
The MAFS bride also had a boob reduction and explained in the post, "these babies were massive and I run. Big boobies and running are not great friends!"
She added that bras in her size were expensive and limited and that her back and shoulder pain was "ridiculous."
"I would consider that my breasts are still too large and love another reduction but all in good time," she remarked.
Mishel finished by saying that despite the fact that both surgeries left her with keloid scars, they do not bother her and have not deterred her from wearing her bikini and feeling good about herself.
"These procedures are not necessary but they have improved my quality of life. Am I recommending them, yes, if you have thought about it, no, if you are not suffering with any effects," she said.
"You make up your own mind and don’t let other people tell you what is right for YOU."