Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Body-confident Danielle Fishel sheds her inhibitions as she slips into a bikini on Hawaiian honeymoon a week after facing cruel weight taunts

Body-confident: Newlywed Danielle Fishel proved she wasn't going to let cyber bullies get to her as she hit the beach in Maui, Hawaii on Saturday in a bikini - a week after being called fat on her wedding day
Looking good! The 32-year-old had nothing to be concerned about as she slipped her trim physique into a mismatched black halterneck bikini top and blue and white striped bottoms with green waist accents
It's been a trying time for the Girl Meets World star, despite also being the happiest period in her life.
Just days after tying the knot in a stunning ceremony in downtown Los Angeles on October 19, the petite brunette was faced with a barrage of abuse on her Twitter account from people calling her fat.
The cruel jibes rounded off an upsetting few days for the star, who also faced backlash over marrying a younger man.
But not one to just sit there and take the abuse, the feisty young lady fought back.
It's getting hot in here! The glowing new Mrs Belusko didn't have a care in the world as she enjoyed a passionate embrace with husband Tim Belusko in the ocean
'Ppl saying I was FAT @ my wedding: u r the worst kind of ppl on the PLANET. I weigh 107 pounds & am 5'1". YOU are the reason anorexia exists,' she hit back at critics on October 22.
'I hope you'll look at your own miserable lives and learn to stop judging others on their weight and looks. Love and happiness wins again.'
Despite the hatred, she insisted she wasn't going to let the unkind words of complete strangers ruin her honeymoon.
She wrote: 'Side note, I plan on coming home from this honeymoon weighing 299 pounds. #love #goodfood #adultbeverages #allday.'
The new Mrs Belusko then proved she's strong in the face of adversity as she shed her inhibitions and her clothes to enjoy every aspect of her vacation.
Comparing techniques: The star and her 24-year-old hubby had an animated conversation about their diving techniques as they frolicked in the shallows