HBO girls The wedding of star Lena Dunham with Peruvian-British musician Louis Felber took place in September 2021. After sharing photos of the big day on her Instagram, it didn’t take long for the body shaming comments to arrive. The writer, actor and producer took to Instagram to address his haters. She also reveals the heartwarming reason why she looks girls.
HBO ‘Girls’ actor marries Louis Felbe
Dunham married Felber on September 25, 2021 in London. The two met in January 2021, and their whirlwind romance suddenly turned into a wedding at the Union Club in Soho.
“We just reduced 10 years to 10 hours,” she said Vogue France. “And then it took us a month to get married instead of waiting six months or a year.”
Guests at Dunham’s wedding included Taylor Swift, Jerrod Carmichael and Tommy Dorfman. Photos from the event quickly spread across the Internet, and not many people took them very kindly.
Lena Dunham’s wedding photos spark comparison to her days on HBO’s ‘Girls’
Dunham shared a post on October 6, 2021 instagram Addressing the body shaming comments he received. “This past week was lovely for so many reasons,” her caption begins. She cites her marriage and the breaks she takes from work to remind her how much she enjoys being creative.
Dunham continues, “But all this security has made me forget why I’ve built such intense boundaries with the Internet over the years.” “It’s a little easy to feel the glow of the support and forget about the cesspool hiding behind it—so I took a look, and noticed some s*** that’s not going to answer with you or even Not worth sharing.”
Lena Dunham is not ‘body positive’ but considers herself ‘body tolerant’
Dunham also mentioned how she doesn’t want other people to “get stuck in her head” the idea that she “should be embarrassed because [her] The body has changed.” Since Dunham’s appearance on the HBO series girls, she has dealt with several health issues including addiction.
Reportedly, a commenter asks if Dunham “[ate] Key Cast girls,” which she says is “just not a very good joke.” In her caption, Dunham also addresses the irony of her current body being compared to her former body, which was often the subject of public disdain — “Body An echo chamber of shaming.”
Lena Dunham’s Instagram message encourages self-love
“When will we learn to stop comparing thinness with health/happiness?” Dunham ended her caption. “Of course, positive changes in weight loss habits can result, but guess what? So can weight gain.”
Dunham says people are comparing her current physique to photos from when she was in “active addiction” [an] unknown illness.” After four years of sobriety, Dunham has made changes that allow her to be “the kind of sister/friend/daughter who [she wants] To be and yes – meet my husband.” She adds how Felber doesn’t recognize him in old photos “because he sees how blurry” is. [her] There was light.”
Overall, Dunham left his followers with an idea. “I say this for anyone else whose appearance has changed with time, illness, or circumstance. It’s okay to live in your current body without thinking of it as transitional.”