Belfast Telegraph

Monday 26 January 2015

Lucy Hale shares swimwear worries

TORONTO, ON - JUNE 16:  Lucy Hale poses in the press room at the 2013 MuchMusic Video Awards at Bell Media Headquarters on June 16, 2013 in Toronto, Canada.  (Photo by Jag Gundu/Getty Images)
Lucy Hale

Lucy Hale is so comfortable with her figure that she tries not to worry when paparazzi take bikini shots.

The Pretty Little Liars actress is known for her stunning looks, which have helped her land a deal as the face of Avon’s mark. cosmetics range.

While the 24-year-old brunette might look nothing short of perfect, even Lucy has body worries when she dons a bikini.

“I was on the beach in Hawaii and there were paparazzi in the bushes. I don’t think anybody wants to be photographed in their bikini unless you’re a Victoria's Secret model,” she laughed to Self magazine.

“There’s always a little voice in my head that says, ‘Suck it in a little more’ — but you know, I’m so comfortable with who I am, I’m just like, ‘Screw it! Take pictures!’”

Pretty Little Liars is all about four girls teaming up to find out what happened to their friend, who’s mysteriously gone missing.

Lucy is also an ambassador for mark.’s m.powerment campaign, which aims to break the cycle of domestic abuse.

She thinks there is too much pressure placed on how girls look and thinks it can lead to an unhealthy competition.

“Women don’t speak up for women enough. We’re sort of in this cycle of judging or hating one another,” she worried.

“I recorded a song about how every girl is fighting her own battle and struggling. At the end of the day, no matter where you’re from, what you look like or what you do, we’re all the same.”

Lucy looks great on the cover of the magazine in an orange playsuit and with her locks teased into pretty waves.

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