When she was asked about how she kept so slim, she claimed she ate “loads”, thinking that she was.
Now, at 26 years old, the Victoria’s Secret runway model has realised that her “balanced” diet was, in fact, not.
And she wants to apologise for saying it was.
“I would like to acknowledge and apologise for some of the things I wrote and spoke about over the past couple of years,” she began. “I genuinely thought that I was doing the right thing for my health and wellness.
“I now know that I was completely in the depths of body dysmorphia and it really worries me that I was not a positive role model out there.”
Malcolm said that she had always tried to be a “good role model” for young girls, but has only recently realised that, in her view, she hadn’t been.
The Elle Australia cover model explained that while she thought her diet was normal, she has since realised it was unhealthy.
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“For the record, I never did lie about what I ate. I always was truthful. But the amounts I ate were never enough,” she wrote. “The part that gets me through is that I truly thought they were. When I claimed that I ate loads, I thought that I did.