Roxy Earle is opening up about her journey to self-love.
On Thursday, "The Real Housewives Of Toronto" star took to Instagram to show off her growing baby bump and share a body-positive message for her fans.
The 39-year-old posed in front of a pink backdrop, in a black long-sleeve maxi dress with a square neckline, paired with black high heel sandals.
In the caption, Earle reflected on how "proud" of herself she is for starting over at 36 years old and focusing on recovering "mentally, emotionally and financially." That followed years of feeling like she isn't enough, she admitted.
"I was totally broken from years of deceit and emotional turmoil," Earle shared, "never being enough simply because of my size."
"It took so much courage to start over. But I did it. I worked my a— off, I got smart with my income and endlessly risked reinvesting into the one person I knew I could count on — myself!," Earle penned.
She continued: "I put myself out there with love, work and my dreams. The rest is history. The most beautiful soul walked into my life healing my heart and reminding me who I was. My soul healed, my body rejoiced, fertility blessed me."
While the mom-of-two admitted it's difficult for her to show "vulnerability," and despite potentially "over sharing," she insisted she is "living proof that you’re never done. Your life is everything you want it to be if you’re willing to bet on you."
In the comments, fans applauded Earle for her honesty and thanked her for the inspiring reminder.
"Your perseverance and self love are so powerful! Thank you for sharing your heart and life with us all," an Instagram user wrote.
Another person penned: "You are an inspiration to so many, thanks for the powerful and empowering share."
"Thank you for your honesty. It helps more people than you know," a commenter shared.
"Thank you, I needed this today. It's never too late to get a new lease on life!," someone else added.
In October, Earle posted a romantic, sun-soaked video on Instagram of herself on vacation with her husband, Arnold Mahesan, alongside a caption reflecting on how their relationship helped her "finally" see her own beauty.
"To the romantics out there," she wrote to her followers. "One day you’re going to meet your person and finally see your beauty how they see it."
"It’s hard to feel beautiful and confident in an environment that’s toxic," she went on. "I highly suggest finding the courage to be loved how you deserve to be loved and spending the day on a deserted island when you do.