Florence Pugh Is Just Being Honest

The Don't Worry Darling actor's greatest talent in her profession is the capacity to uncover the truth behind every person she plays.

Florence Pugh knew it was going to become an fashion. At Valentino's couture show in Rome last July the British-born

actress dressed in a Barbie-pink gown that had layers of tulle, and the top was completely transparent.

After putting the dress on, Pugh and designer Pierpaolo Piccioli decided to take off the lining, removing any doubt

about the purpose of the dress's transparent. "I was at ease with my breasts being small,"

she tells me as she sips a glass of roses from a lovely Hotel room within the English countryside.

"And doing it in that way upset people because I was at ease."

Pugh was hit by a flood of online hate. "It was just shocking, how agitated the people felt," she says.

"They were so enraged that I was confident and were trying to convince me that they will never flirt over me. Don't." 

Pugh expanded on the same notion via Instagram and criticized her body-shaming trolls

"Why do you feel so afraid of your breasts? Small? Large? Left? Right? Just one? Perhaps no? What. Is. So.

It's terrifying." This post has been viewed by more than 2.3 million times.

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