Taking to Instagram on Wednesday (17 February), Fearne posted a totally make-up free, 'tired mum' selfie and we could not be more jealous of her youthful-looking skin and overall gorgeousness.
Clearly fed-up of all the air-brushed, filtered snaps we're constantly bombarded with these days, Fearne proved to everyone that she's a real woman and totally happy with not looking red-carpet ready 24/7.
"OK, let's reverse this scene," she posted along with the fresh-faced snap, above.
"Who is with me? Our social media culture is getting way out of control with filters/editing/perfect snap shots which are leading to acute pin pointing of so-called imperfections.
"I want to celebrate my imperfections and embrace it all. So here I am. No make-up, greasy hair, tired mum eye bags, bottom brace, un-plucked brows, and happy. #CelebrateTheImperfect."
Breath. Fresh. Air.
While we think Fearne's 'no make-up' skin is flawless; her 'greasy', plaited hair totally youthful; her 'tired mum eye bags' practically non-existent and her 'unplucked brows' still perfectly groomed, she's not the first celebrity to show off her beauty flaws on Instagram.
Last year saw former Made In Chelsea star Ashley James reveal her problem skin to her followers.
And just a few months later, Whitney Port also explained she was 'over' haters telling her she looked dead without make-up on.
Quite right. How dare people judge so cruelly when nobody is perfect? And we mean literally, nobody.
Frankly, we're loving this trend and look forward to many more A-listers hashtagging their au naturel selfies with #CelebrateTheImperfect.
We're all human, after all.
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