Jesinta Campbell looks incredible as she poses in a swimsuit and cardigan as part of Seafolly’s inclusive and empowering new campaign
Jesinta Campbell is an official ambassador for Seafolly’s new inclusive campaign.
She joins the likes of Elyse Knowles and Jessica Vander Leahy as one of Seafolly’s ambassadors as the brand pushes forward with a focus on female empowerment, sustainability and inclusivity.
In a series of photos for the campaign, the mother of two stuns in a bandeau bra and high-waisted bottoms.
Strong: Jesinta Campbell is an official ambassador for Seafolly’s new inclusive campaign
She threw a comfortable white cardigan over the top of her swimwear and kept her makeup minimal and natural.
‘Proud to be an Ambassador for Seafolly Australia, an iconic Australian swim brand that has embraced me through the different stages of my life,’ she said.
Speaking to the Herald Sun on Thursday, the former Miss Universe Australia, 29, admitted she doesn’t recognise her body anymore after welcoming two children, but wouldn’t change a thing.
‘I’ve had two babies in the space of 13 months, which is crazy, so my body doesn’t look the same as it did before but I feel differently towards it now,’ said the model.
All smiles: In a series of photos for the Seafolly campaign, the mother of two stuns in a bandeau bra and high-waisted bottoms
Jesinta, who shares daughter Tullulah, one, and son Rocky, five months, with her husband Lance ‘Buddy’ Franklin, insisted: ‘I did feel a bit different being in a bikini but it doesn’t bother me.’
‘There’s some rolls, cellulite, stretch marks and to me that’s all beautiful because it gave me two healthy babies,’ she added.
Jesinta has previously spoken about her battle with body image and ‘self love’ after welcoming her first child last year.
Natural: She threw a comfortable white cardigan over the top of her swimwear and kept her makeup minimal and natural
In February, she told The Daily Telegraph it had been a long journey ‘of self-love’ and ‘learning to love her new body’.
‘Your body goes through so many changes when you’re pregnant, I probably don’t feel as confident as I used to feel in a swimsuit,’ she admitted.
Jesinta, who gained 18kg during her first pregnancy, has also previously slammed the pressure women face to ‘bounce back’ after welcoming a baby.
‘There is so much pressure on women after having a baby to lose weight, and get back to where they were prior to pregnancy,’ she wrote on Instagram last August.
‘I have never understood this and never let this worry me, as I trust my body to do what it needs to do in its own time.’
Unbothered: Jesinta, who shares daughter Tullulah and son Rocky with her husband Lance ‘Buddy’ Franklin, insisted: ‘I did feel a bit different being in a bikini but it doesn’t bother me’