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LOOK: Liza Soberano stuns in swimsuit OOTDs in Palawan

By Yoniel Acebuche Published May 08, 2024 11:25 am

It's getting hot in here! Liza Soberano kept the summer vibes alive with her new swimsuit photos taken during her Palawan trip.

On her Instagram account, the Lisa Frankenstein star uploaded a series of photos of her in different swimsuit OOTDs, enjoying picturesque views and the hot weather with her nearest and dearest.

"Catching rays with my faves," the caption read.

In one of her snaps, Liza is seen in a two-piece blue eyelet swimsuit, which she paired with a chic necklace and a straw hat.

The 26-year-old actress also gave off summer vibes in a white sleeveless dress. She wore her hair up and elevated her look with a floral hair accessory.

In another photo, Liza is wearing a brown string bikini top and textured white skirt, which she finished off with a woven macramé hat.

She also sizzled in a red two-piece swimsuit that she paired with a beach white polo as well as a simple necklace and black sunnies.

In a 2023 interview with celebrity doctor Vicki Belo, Liza opened up about her "number one insecurity", which is her body size.

"I would always get criticized for my weight fluctuating back and forth and, you know, like rumors about me being pregnant just because I would gain a little bit of weight," she said at the time, adding that it affected her mental health.

Liza noted that while she doesn't see herself as "unhealthy" as she eats well and makes time for exercise, she still got constantly compared to other artists her age. According to her, body expectations in showbiz are “unattainable.”

“[T]he demands being in showbiz physically is like unattainable because I always get compared to girls that are smaller than me, and because I’m a halfie (half Filipino, half American), I always am a little bit on the bigger side,” she shared. 

“I've always [tended] to cover myself up with bigger-sized clothing, or by dressing in the same silhouettes over and over again because that became my comfort zone,” she said.