Whitney Port goes on bikini spree during Cabo vacation amid health concerns
Whitney Port took to Instagram to share two posts of herself in a bikini during her recent family trip to Cabo San Lucas. The “Hills” star proudly displayed her figure, despite previously admitting that she hasn’t fully accepted her struggle with an eating disorder. Despite the presence of Tropical Storm Hilary, Port seemed to be enjoying her vacation. She captioned her first post with “🌧️ day activities. Stay safe out there! @exclusiveresorts.” In the photos, she wore loose striped pants from Gap and a blue-and-white daisy-print bikini top from Peixto. Completing her look were neutral slides from Freedom Moses and a beaded flower necklace from Ayana Designs. Port posed with her hands in her pockets next to the stormy sea. In another shot, she whipped her hair while wearing the bikini top. Port captioned her second carousel of photos with “Cheers to Blend 🥂” and showcased a colorful patterned bikini top and matching bottom from Blackbough Swim. She also wore a textured orange two-piece in another photo and shared a close-up picture of two scoops of ice cream with sprinkles. While some comments criticized her thin frame, others supported her. One fan wrote, “There are some of you in these comments that really need to work on yourselves. Taking out your insecurities and misery on others. Tearing people apart because you’re not happy with yourselves. She’s beautiful.” Another added, “Stop 👏🏻 commenting 👏🏻on👏🏻 people’s 👏🏻bodies👏🏻.” In early August, Port opened up about her body image on her podcast, “With Whit.” She revealed that she had no idea her weight was so low until she stepped on the scale. Port acknowledged that she wasn’t eating enough and that her current appearance wasn’t healthy. She expressed her intention to seek help from a nutritionist or eating disorder specialist. Port emphasized the importance of prioritizing her well-being and finding a healthy balance.
Whitney Port shared two bikini posts over the weekend as she took her family on a trip to Cabo San Lucas, with the “Hills” star proudly showing off her figure after saying earlier this month that she has “yet to admit” she has an eating disorder.
Port, 38, appeared to be enjoying her getaway despite Tropical Storm Hilary, captioning her first Instagram post, “🌧️ day activities. Stay safe out there! @exclusiveresorts.”
In the pics, she sports loose striped Gap pants along with a blue-and-white daisy-print bikini top from Peixto.
“Cheers to Blend 🥂” she captioned a second carousel of snaps, which showcased the “With Whit” podcast host wearing a colorful patterned bikini top ($41, was $55) and matching bottom ($38, was $50) from Blackbough Swim.
She also wore a textured orange two-piece in another photo and also shared a close-up pic of two scoops of ice cream with sprinkles.
While the comments section was flooded with some negative remarks about her thin frame, others supported the “City” star.
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“There are some of you in these comments that really need to work on yourselves,” a fan wrote. “Taking out your insecurities and misery on others. Tearing people apart because you’re not happy with yourselves. She’s beautiful.”
“Stop 👏🏻 commenting 👏🏻on👏🏻 people’s 👏🏻bodies👏🏻” another added.
In early August, the former reality star opened up about her body image during an episode of “With Whit,” revealing that she had “no idea” her weight was so low until she stepped on the scale.
“Once you see the numbers, the numbers can’t lie,” she said, adding, “I do think I’m clearly not eating enough and that how I look right now does not look healthy. It’s not how I want to look.”
In a follow-up episode, the “Love, Whit” designer — who previously shared that her husband, Tim Rosenman, was “worried” about her weight — said that while she has “yet to admit” she has an eating disorder, a friend gave her the information for “an awesome nutritionist/eating disorder specialist.”
“I’m going to talk to someone and figure it out and figure out what I like and make sure that I’m making that a priority,” Port added.