And the internet is applauding.
This week however it was their mother Yolanda who made a statement, defending her daughters from a fresh batch of accusations.
‘Fifty Five and smiling from the inside out,’ Yolanda posted to her Instagram alongside a selfie in her underwear. ‘Finally back to the original 1964. Living in a body free of breast implants, fillers, botox, exstensions and all the bullshit I thought I needed in order to keep up with what society conditioned me to believe what a sexy woman should look like until the toxicity of it all almost killed me. Your health is your wealth so please make educated decisions, research the partial information you’re given by our broken system before putting anything foreign in your body.’
She continued: ‘It took me many years of undoing some bad choices I made for myself before I finally found the freedom to sustainable internal beauty and acceptance of what is the best version of myself by nobody’s standards but my own. It’s on us to learn to love our selves and celebrate our unique, one of a kind beauty at all ages as we move through this journey called “life”. Beauty has no meaning without your health.’
Her followers however seemed to have a few questions, with one user commenting, ‘I agree with you but what about your daughters? Especially Bella? She is beautiful but must use fillers?! And she is in the business so how do you rationalise that?’
Keeping her answer classy, Yolanda replied: ‘None of my children have never done fillers of Botox or put anything foreign in their bodies, they know better after seeing what I went through.’
And it’s not the first time the Hadids have felt the need to address plastic surgery rumours.
‘People think I got all this surgery or did this or that,’ Bella Hadid announced in a 2018 interview with InStyle. And you know what? We can do a scan of my face, darling. I’m scared of putting fillers into my lips. I wouldn’t want to mess up my face.
‘You’re going to get scrutinised for anything that you do,’ she told Harper’s Bazaar Arabia the year before If you’re skinny and have a sick body and you don’t have a butt, people are going to say, “Why do you have no butt?” And then you go and get a fake butt and they get mad at you because you have a fake butt. And then you don’t have boobs, and it’s just a whole circulating circle.’
Isn’t it time we stopped body shaming each other?