Jamie Lee Curtis shares honest photo, urges self-acceptance in response to Will Smith

Jamie Lee Curtis shares honest photo, urges self-acceptance in response to Will Smith

Golden Globe winner Jamie Lee Curtis encourages anyone who wants to improve their fitness to start by loving themselves just the way they are.

Jamie Lee Curtis shares honest photo, urges self-acceptance in response to Will Smith

The 62-year-old Golden Globe winner responded to Will Smith’s recent contributions about being in the “worst shape” of her life by sharing an untouched image from an old magazine shoot.

Curtis posed in 2002 for the photo to demonstrate just how much Retuschier intervenes in normal celebrity images.

She shared the photo Wednesday in a now-deleted Instagram post alongside an image Smith posted to show off her untoned belly

“Acceptance of the journey is the first step to every change,” Curtis wrote in her caption.

“My old story @ _Moremagazine was both a will to “the way things were for me” and a way to show off the magazine’s advertising graphic and air brushes, but also an opportunity in the To look in a mirror and make some changes,” she continued.

“None of us should be unhealthy,” he said.

“We have ALL fallen into bad habits. The GOAL is self-acceptance, self-love. Realistic, achievable self-acceptance.”

This week, Smith shared several images of himself nearly naked to show off his post-pandemic body on Instagram.

“I’m in the worst shape of my life,” he captioned one photo, in which he appeared posing in black boxer shorts.

“I love this body, but I want to FEEL better.” Smith wrote as he stressed that he would get in the best shape of his life.

The 52-year-old actor revealed that he is partnering with YouTube to regain his health and wellness

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