Sailor Brinkley Cook has an important message for other young girls who tuned in to the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show on Monday night.
The 18-year-old daughter of supermodel Christy Brinkley and architect Peter Cook -- who herself works as a model -- Instagrammed a group picture of the models chosen to walk the runway this year in Paris, France, and asked her peers to not "hate" themselves if their body doesn't look like the women they saw on the small screen.
"These girls are such beautiful boss hard working strong determined women.... But to all the young girls watching tonight... don't forget that if your body doesn't look like theirs it is totally OK," Sailor wrote. "No body type is superior to another. Every body is different and each and every one of those bodies are beautiful and strong and important and worthy of great things. Don't freak out if your stomach doesn't look like theirs. Don't hate yourself for your thighs. Embrace your body type, work hard, set goals, be healthy and constantly remind yourself that you are good enough!"
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Sailor made it clear that she wasn't being critical of the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, calling the brand "a celebration of women and awesome beauty."
"Comparison to anyone is never healthy!" she stressed. "Don't turn this fashion show into something negative. Congrats to the VS angels on tonight’s show! I've seen how dedicated these girls are and you all really do kick ass on and off the runway. So much respect for you guys and everyone at VS!"
When it comes to her own fitness goals, Sailor is clearly on top of it. The teen proudly works out, and has no problem showing off the results.
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Sailor also has no problem speaking her mind. In August, she shot back at internet haters mocking her by comparing her to her legendary mother.
"Stop. comparing. me. to. my. mother," Sailor Instagrammed. "Believe it or not I am my own person with my own beliefs and own thoughts and my own face! ... Yes, I am so fortunate that my mother is my mother. And she will always be an inspiration to me... But being constantly compared to her 50+ years of success at only 18 years old? And being told I could never amount to what she was and what she looks like? Doesn't feel great."