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Celeste Barber shares all the details about what happened during her Marie Claire Australia photo shoot.
The 40-year-old comedian, who graced the cover of the magazine’s February issue, revealed in an Instagram post Wednesday that she took a picture when she broke her tailbone, captioning it, “She’s a pro.
The carousel of images included gorgeous shots of Barber standing on a paddleboard, leaning against a beach ball, and holding on to a trapeze ring. Not only did she come into the shoot with an injury, she was about 3 inches in the water when she carried her weight, and the caption of her post said it was “a great way to crack her back.” expressed.
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Beyond the circumstances Barber revealed, which included being exhausted from filming the Netflix special the night before, the experience made her appreciate what she did.
“I loved every moment of this and felt smashed,” she expressed in the caption.
The Australian comedian has achieved global fame thanks to her hilarious, body-positive posts comparing herself to other women in the entertainment industry, amassing 9.4 million followers on Instagram.
Barber got candid about her lighthearted approach to the situation when interviewed for PEOPLE’s Beautiful Issue last April.
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“It’s also a cliché that beauty comes from within, but I’m a firm believer in that and I think it’s evident in the work I do,” she explains, adding that sense of humor. expressed “The most beautiful thing in the world. ”
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“Especially because as I get older I feel like that’s been lost a bit. The way the world is at the moment and if something isn’t interesting to someone, it’s not allowed to be interesting. I think that kind of thing is a little scary for everyone at times.”
Her confidence also stems from her anxiety, she added, but she said it didn’t seem to happen. Take some Kool-Aid, Celeste.