Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, (9 August) Chloe posted a super-glam gif in which she rocked a barely-there mesh dress (which you can grab from Lasula, FYI) over the white high-leg swimsuit she's absolutely loving at the moment, but some of her followers were more concerned with her stomach than what she was wearing.
A number of Chloe's followers were quick to comment on the picture, suggesting that she might be pregnant or that she has "put on weight" around her tummy, which prompted Chloe to swoop in and clear things up.
Without tagging any of her followers in, Chloe, who was in total disbelief, wrote back, "Seriously? No I just eat what I want most of the time even thou I'm intolerant to gluten, hence my bloated tummy (sic)."
Of course, it wasn't long before some of Chloe's fans jumped to her defence, calling others out for being "insensitive" and "judgemental."
"Bloated, like what woman doesn't get bloated.... F the haters hun. You look absolutely fabulous. Keep enjoying life, its for living," while another said, "This is so rude. She suffers with bloating like the rest of us. How can you say she doesn't look stunning?"
We couldn't agree more!
And with that in mind, Chloe isn't the only celeb that has been forced to respond to negative comments this week, as Love Island's Rachel Fenton and Malin Andersson felt as though they had to defend themselves against bodyshamers, too.
Rachel posted a seriously cute snap of herself and Beau Rykard sharing a smooch on the beach, but people were quick to comment on her figure. Rachel was having none of it, though, and hit back with a lengthy and truly inspirational Twitter message.
"To those people who posted hurtful, insulting comments I suggest you go away and look at your lives and ask yourselves why you feel the need to make women feel bad about themselves," she wrote, "because you are the ones with the problem and I genuinely feel sorry for you."
The stunner - who gained heaps of support from her celebrity pals including Katie Salmon and Zara Holland - finished, "I'm saying this on behalf of myself and all those girls who have ever been made to feel bad about their bodies. Because no one should ever be made to feel under pressure about their weight by others! #teamrealwomen."
Island pal Malin agreed wholeheartedly and followed suit with a candid Instagram message that read, "I struggled with my body image for years as a teen up to not long ago. I was never happy with my weight or how I looked."
She continued, "Then I realised that it's not important wasting precious time criticising yourself... You have one life, enjoy it, be healthy be happy and most importantly respect one another. We are all different shapes and sizes and that's the beauty of it all.. Looks are only skin deep."
You tell em, girls.
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