Maggie Wilson is opening up to her fans once again.
On her Instagram stories, Maggie wrote and shared a personal note, opening up about having a rough day and reminding fans that it’s okay to not be okay.
"It hasn't been easy for me," she started.
Maggie continued, "If you see someone trying to enjoy themselves despite their situation, don't pass judgment. Maybe they're just trying to enjoy and find pockets of light. It doesn't mean they're not fighting. Maybe, they're just trying to hang on to anything that offers them comfort."
She reminded her followers that what's shared on social media is just a "fragment" of "what someone's day actually looks like."
"Most people don't like sharing when they're feeling down or crying; I know I don't," she added.
Maggie said that while she's all smiles and is always posing for the camera, her eyes are noticeably puffy or sad "because I am both sad and
"It's a rollercoaster of highs and lows. It's ok to feel all of those things."
She reminds her followers to do whatever makes them happy and to "hang on to those happy moments."
"Find something to be grateful for, however small and mundane it may seem daily. You do you."
Last May 15, the former beauty queen shared a video compilation, asking her followers to show her Mother's Day message for her son Connor, whom she hasn't seen in several months.
"I have been blocked. I ask that if you see my son, tell him he is loved, and if you can, show him this video. I will be forever grateful if you could find in your hearts to do so," she wrote in the caption.
Maggie is currently in a legal battle with her estranged husband, Victor Consunji.