Mum’s stretchmark pictures are removed from Instagram

Hannah Moore, 20 from Broxburn, West Lothian, with her ten-month-old twin girls Lily and Grace. Pic: HEMEDIA

Hannah Moore, 20 from Broxburn, West Lothian, with her ten-month-old twin girls Lily and Grace. Pic: HEMEDIA

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A MUM who posted pictures of her post-pregnancy stretchmarks on Instagram was horrified after they were removed for breaching the site’s decency guidelines.

Hannah Moore, 20, uploaded the snaps in a bid to boost her confidence and told her followers that “nobody should be judged by their size because everyone is beautiful”.

The Instagram post

The Instagram post

But only two minutes later the mum of twins claims her account was deleted because the images were deemed to contain inappropriate “nudity and violence”.

Hannah, of Broxburn, suffered from stretch marks after giving birth to twin girls Lily and Grace with fiance David Johnstone, 22, in June last year.

She posted the pictures online last Wednesday, but her account was immediately shut down.

“I basically wrote that people should never get judged for their size and what they look like because everyone is beautiful,” she said.

A spokeswoman for Instagram did not wish to comment but said: “It was a technical mistake and the account has been restored.”