The actress, 35, who is known for playing barmaid Eva Price on the soap, said ‘everyone’s a bit wobbly’ and thinks we are consumed by images that are not real.
Catherine Tyldesley, 35, has said people changing themselves to conform to a beauty ideal they have seen on social media is ‘heartbreaking’ (pictured in 2015)
‘Everyone’s a bit wobbly, has cellulite , and everyone has different body shapes.
‘But we’re consumed by images that aren’t real, and airbrushing apps. It’s slightly heartbreaking what we’ve done to ourselves.
The actress added she finds it worrying that people’s mental health could be affected by the airbrushed images they see.
She believes people in the public eye have a responsibility to not manipulate the images they post to social media.
The actress, who is known for playing barmaid Eva Price on the soap, said ‘everyone’s a bit wobbly’ and thinks we are consumed by images that are not real (pictured in 2018)
She added it would be ‘daft’ to airbrush her images as if she were to meet people in real life who had seen them, they would instantly know she looked different.
Speaking previously to MailOnline, Catherine revealed she sometimes worries about her ‘wibbly-wobbly’ bits and compares herself to other women on social media.
But she added that since welcoming her son Alfie, four, with husband Tom, she has realised there are more important things in life to worry about.
She said: ‘We’re bombarded with these images of perfection on Instagram and different apps. But at your local leisure centre pool and no one looks like that’ (pictured in 2016)
She said: ‘I have days all the time where I’m feeling a bit wibbly wobbly… but I don’t let it spoil my fun.
‘Having kids you don’t think about it as much, because you’ve not got the chance. Alfie doesn’t care what’s hanging out or if you’ve got a six-pack.
‘It’s been a very positive impact on my life, having Alfie. Because, before that it was like: “Right, I’ve got to train five times a week”.’
She added: ‘Everyone’s a bit wobbly, has cellulite , and everyone has different body shapes’ (pictured in 2018)
‘Sometimes I feel a bit wobbly on holiday and I’m like, “Oh, have I over indulged a bit last night?” But I don’t let it spoil my fun.’
Catherine left Coronation Street in 2018 after starring on the soap for seven years.
She has since appeared on the TV series Scarborough, about the lives and loves of the residents in the North Yorkshire beach resort.
Catherine believes people in the public eye have a responsibility to not manipulate the images they post to social media (pictured in 2017)