Jonathan Ross' daughter Honey appeared on Lorraine on Tuesday to encourage the nation to be body positive.
The campaigner sat down with Lorraine Kelly to open up about growing up in the spotlight.
Speaking frankly, Honey, who has just released a body positive podcast, explained how despite her parents trying to protect her from the darkest side of the industry, she quickly noticed how "toxic" it seemed.
Honey said: "I grew up in this industry which is quite toxic at times.
"I grew up around fad diets whether my parents intended me to do so or not.
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"You don't need to tell your child to go on your diet.
"Don't exercise to justify the cupcake. Life is very short.
"Exercise because you want to."
Honey added: "Compassion and kindness are the best gifts to give a child.
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"When has shaming someone ever been a good motivator?"
Revealing how she was left knocked by trolls comments online when she was a teenager, Honey continued: "I saw comments online that were saying 'look at that little hog when I was 13."
Insisting the issue of body confidence isn't a female only problem, Honey said: "I know countless boys with eating disorders.
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"But three of my closet female friends had life threatening disorders.
"My friends were close to death but people were still going 'yeh but she [Honey] is fat.
"You can't win in general.
"I'm a size 18 but I have a better relationship with my body than most of my thin friends. "
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