The mother of twins says she was just trying to share her "beautiful" post-pregnancy belly

By Jacqueline Andriakos
April 21, 2015 03:00 PM
Courtesy Hannah Moore

A young mother’s Instagram account was deleted after she posted photos showcasing her body after her recent pregnancy.

Hannah Moore, from West Lothian, Scotland, shared two pictures of her post-birth figure on the photo-sharing platform Wednesday, after which she could no longer access her account.

The first image that she posted featured Moore wearing a bra and sweatpants in the mirror, while the second was a close-up of her stomach.

Hannah Moore's Instagram
Courtesy Hannah Moore

Her account was removed roughly two minutes after she shared the images.

Hannah Moore's Instagram
Courtesy Hannah Moore

The 20-year-old, who welcomed twin girls Lily and Grace with her fiancé in June, decided to post the shots to “celebrate her belly” and spread a positive message about confidence.

“Everyone thinks it’s about my stretch marks,” she tells PEOPLE. “It’s not.”

“It was me letting people know this is who I am. I’m big and I’m loved and I’m beautiful.”

A spokesperson for Instagram tells PEOPLE that the incident was an accident. The rep also says images with stretch marks are allowed on the app, and that the site has since restored Moore’s account.

“Everyone is beautiful – whatever shape, whatever size,” Moore says.

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