SHE’S STRONG AND CONFIDENT, AND SHE’S NOT AFRAID TO SPEAK UP ABOUT HER PERSONAL STRUGGLES. LISTEN IN AS SHE SHARES WHAT SHE’S LEARNED.
The star, who now works with Project Heal, a nonprofit-making organisation that raises money to help cover treatment for those with eating disorders and offers recovery support services, is determined to keep using her voice for good. “As actors, yes, we bring joy to people. But for me, it’s also about what I’m doing for the world, what I’m contributing on a larger scale,” Camila says. She credits other strong women with setting a good example. “This body-positivity movement we’re having right now is so amazing, and it’s helping me so much. I’m seeing all these people I look up to, such as Rihanna, open up about their weight fluctuations and loving themselves the way they are. That makes me love myself more too.”
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