Regé-Jean Page defends Florence Pugh after she drew criticism for wearing nipple-baring gown in Rome

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Regé-Jean Page has defended Florence Pugh after she drew criticism for wearing a nipple-baring, pink gown to the Valentino Haute Couture show in Rome on Friday.

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The Bridgerton star, 34, shared an image of the actress, 26, to his Instagram Story on Sunday, along with the caption: ‘What. Is. So. Terrifying?’

He added: ‘Take a look at yourself fellas. Then take a look at your mates and step up when it’s time to step up. When the boys are out of line, have a word.

'Take a look at yourselves fellas!'  Regé-Jean Page has defended Florence Pugh after she drew criticism for wearing a nipple-baring, pink gown in Rome on Friday (pictured in 2021)

'Take a look at yourselves fellas!'  Regé-Jean Page has defended Florence Pugh after she drew criticism for wearing a nipple-baring, pink gown in Rome on Friday (pictured in 2021)

‘Take a look at yourselves fellas!’ Regé-Jean Page has defended Florence Pugh after she drew criticism for wearing a nipple-baring, pink gown in Rome on Friday (pictured in 2021)

‘The weird thing about misogyny is that men actually listen to other men.

‘So do your bit, cos the next few years in particular are gonna be a really good time to listen, and take some responsibility, for everyone’s sake.’

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It comes after Florence, herself, defended her dress – hitting out at those who chose to ‘publicly destroy a woman’s body’.

She wrote in an impassioned post on Instagram: ‘What’s been interesting to watch and witness is just how easy it is for men to totally destroy a woman’s body, publicly, proudly, for everyone to see.

Free the nipple: She wore the risque number to the Valentino Haute Couture show on Friday

Free the nipple: She wore the risque number to the Valentino Haute Couture show on Friday

Free the nipple: She wore the risque number to the Valentino Haute Couture show on Friday

‘So many of you wanted to aggressively let me know how disappointed you were by my ‘tiny t**s’, or how I should be embarrassed by being so ‘flat chested’.

I’ve lived in my body for a long time. I’m fully aware of my breast size and am not scared of it.’

The British actress started her post by telling fans she knew the dress would provoke a reaction, but she was “excited” to wear the gown.

Supportive: The Bridgerton star, 34, shared an image of the actress, 26, to his Instagram Story on Sunday, along with the caption: 'What.  Is.  So.  Terrifying?'

Supportive: The Bridgerton star, 34, shared an image of the actress, 26, to his Instagram Story on Sunday, along with the caption: 'What.  Is.  So.  Terrifying?'

Supportive: The Bridgerton star, 34, shared an image of the actress, 26, to his Instagram Story on Sunday, along with the caption: ‘What. Is. So. Terrifying?’

She wrote alongside a slideshow of snaps: ‘Listen, I knew when I wore that incredible Valentino dress that there was no way there wouldn’t be a commentary on it. Whether it be negative or positive, we all knew what we were doing.

‘I was excited to wear it, not a wink of me was nervous. I wasn’t before, during or even now after.’

‘What’s been interesting to watch and witness is just how easy it is for men to totally destroy a woman’s body, publicly, proudly, for everyone to see. You even do it with your job titles and work emails in your bio?’

Not staying quiet: It comes after the Black Widow star defended her dress - hitting out at those who chose to 'publicly destroy a woman's body'

Not staying quiet: It comes after the Black Widow star defended her dress - hitting out at those who chose to 'publicly destroy a woman's body'

Not staying quiet: It comes after the Black Widow star defended her dress – hitting out at those who chose to ‘publicly destroy a woman’s body’

'So many of you wanted to aggressively let me know how disappointed you were by my 'tiny t**s', or how I should be embarrassed by being so 'flat chested'

'So many of you wanted to aggressively let me know how disappointed you were by my 'tiny t**s', or how I should be embarrassed by being so 'flat chested'

‘So many of you wanted to aggressively let me know how disappointed you were by my ‘tiny t**s’, or how I should be embarrassed by being so ‘flat chested’

While acknowledging this is ‘isn’t the first time and certainly won’t be the last time a woman will hear what’s wrong with her body by a crowd of strangers’, Florence said it was ‘worrying’ just how ‘vulgar some’ men can be

The actress also opened up on her previous body insecurities, revealing that she ‘couldn’t bear to look’ at herself as a teenager.

She added: ‘It isn’t the first time and certainly won’t be the last time a woman will hear what’s wrong with her body by a crowd of strangers, what’s worrying is just how vulgar some of you men can be.

‘Thankfully, I’ve come to terms with the intricacies of my body that make me, me. I’m happy with all of the ‘flaws’ that I couldn’t bear to look at when I was 14.

‘So many of you wanted to aggressively let me know how disappointed you were by my ‘tiny t**s’, or how I should be embarrassed by being so ‘flat chested’.

Fashion: The British actress started her post by telling fans she knew the dress would provoke a reaction, but she was 'excited' to wear the gown (pictured with Anna Wintour)

Fashion: The British actress started her post by telling fans she knew the dress would provoke a reaction, but she was 'excited' to wear the gown (pictured with Anna Wintour)

Fashion: The British actress started her post by telling fans she knew the dress would provoke a reaction, but she was ‘excited’ to wear the gown (pictured with Anna Wintour)

'Why are you so afraid of breasts?'  The actress also opened up on her previous body insecurities, revealing she 'couldn't bear to look' at herself as a teenager

'Why are you so afraid of breasts?'  The actress also opened up on her previous body insecurities, revealing she 'couldn't bear to look' at herself as a teenager

‘Why are you so afraid of breasts?’ The actress also opened up on her previous body insecurities, revealing she ‘couldn’t bear to look’ at herself as a teenager

I’ve lived in my body for a long time. I’m fully aware of my breast size and am not scared of it.’

The screen star went on to say she was perplexed as to why people were ‘so loudly upset by the size of my boobs and body’.

Florence added: ‘What’s more concerning is…. Why are you so afraid of breasts? Small? Large? Left? Right? Only one? Maybe none?

‘It makes me wonder what happened to you to be so content on being so loudly upset by the size of my boobs and body?’

The actress declared she was ‘very grateful to grow up in a household with very strong, powerful, curvy women’ and said she will continue to ‘be loud about being comfortable’.

'Respect bodies': The screen star went on to say she was perplexed as to why people were 'so loudly upset by the size of my boobs and body'

'Respect bodies': The screen star went on to say she was perplexed as to why people were 'so loudly upset by the size of my boobs and body'

‘Respect bodies’: The screen star went on to say she was perplexed as to why people were ‘so loudly upset by the size of my boobs and body’

Florence wrote: ‘I’m very grateful that I grew up in a household with very strong, powerful, curvy women. We were raised to find power in the creases of our body. To be loud about being comfortable.

‘It has always been my mission in this industry to say ‘f**k it and f**k that’ whenever anyone expects my body to morph into an opinion of what’s hot or sexually attractive.’

The Lady Macbeth actress told those who still ‘loudly’ body shame women in 2020 to ‘grow up’ and ‘respect people.

‘Respect bodies. Respect all women. Respect humans. Life will get a whole lot easier, I promise. And all because of two cute little nipples,’ she concluded.

Her comment section was flooded with support from her fans and celebrity pals, including Joey King, who praised her for being ‘truly amazing’ and putting into ‘words what so many feel but can’t articulate.’

‘You’re a magical f**king queen and we don’t deserve you,’ Jameela Jamil wrote under her post.

'Thankfully, I've come to terms with the intricacies of my body that make me, me': The Lady Macbeth actress told those who still 'loudly' body shame women in 2020 to 'grow up'

'Thankfully, I've come to terms with the intricacies of my body that make me, me': The Lady Macbeth actress told those who still 'loudly' body shame women in 2020 to 'grow up'

‘Thankfully, I’ve come to terms with the intricacies of my body that make me, me’: The Lady Macbeth actress told those who still ‘loudly’ body shame women in 2020 to ‘grow up’

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