Lili Reinhart has recently shared an important message about body positivity.

On Tuesday, the 25-year-old actress shared a post on Twitter and Instagram, stating, “reminder to myself, and to all – you don’t need a flat or perfectly toned stomach to wear a crop top.”

“These ‘summer body’ trends are toxic,” she added. “Your body is ready for summer no matter what it looks like. Don’t let it stop you from enjoying anything.”

Reinhart has always been open about her body image and mental health. In May 2021, she opened up about having depression, which she has dealt with for 11 years.

Earlier this year, Reinhart shared a “love note” to her body on Instagram, before revealing that she had “been struggling with obsessive thoughts about my body/weight the last few months.” She said at the time that it got “pretty severe” at one point.

Reinhart shared on Instagram Stories that she wanted to be “vulnerable and share” her inner battle “in the hope that any of you who are also struggling don’t feel so alone.”

She also wrote at the time, “I’m here with you. It’s challenging to look at your body with love instead of criticism. It’s a practice I’m still learning.”

The Hustlers star also said that she “didn’t think being in this industry, that is so obsessed with women’s bodies and weights, could ever mess with my own body acceptance and positivity.. but it has.”

“I wish I hadn’t grown up in a time where the media worshipped only one size of women,” she added. “My body has carried me through 25 years of life. All my scars, tears, trauma … I wish I could love it more, even when it doesn’t look like it did when I was 20.”

Encouraging her followers, Reinhart urged them to “continue to talk about” body positivity and help “normalize” the concept, adding, “Empathize with others. Show compassion and kindness.”

The Chemical Hearts actress wrote on Instagram, “It’s painful to think hundreds of millions of us are so concerned with what our bodies look like. That’s an incredibly broken system. Somewhere along the line, humanity really f***ed this one up. I know I’m not alone in this toxic way of thinking about my body. And it’s heartbreaking that this feeling is understood by so many of us.”