Jenna Kutcher, a 29-year-old photojournalist, is happily married to Drew Kutcher, a fitness instructor, for ten years.
Their love story is something to behold, and they are content in their relationship. One day, the couple went to a beach in Hawaii to enjoy the sun and waves. They took some photos while they were there, one of which shows Jenna and her husband in swimsuits.
However, she was shocked to see the negative comments she received after posting the picture on social media.
Many people criticized her body size and said that she didn’t deserve her handsome and fit husband. She was insulted and made fun of in several comments. Jenna responded to the criticism in a surprising way, saying that being married to a man with a well-toned figure had contributed to her body-image issues. She constructed stories in her head about how she was not worthy of her husband because she wasn’t skinny.
Jenna was grateful and taken aback by the attention that followed as she received a barrage of kind remarks. She wrote in an Instagram post that they were embracing the attention because it meant they could share their message with the world. Our bodies are not who we are. Drew is not defined by the title “Mr. Six Pack,” and I am not defined by terms like “curvy” or “plus size.”
Ultimately, we are just a couple who met in college, fell in love, and started dating after Drew lost a bet that led to our first kiss. From there, our story has been filled with ups and downs, moments of happiness and sadness. However, we have chosen to embrace our experiences and use the attention we have received to spread our message. Going viral has shown us that people crave authenticity and realness, and we are determined to provide that to the world.