You'd never know it to see her now, but bust baring singer, Rita Ora used to be insecure about her breasts. The 24 year old told GraziaDaily.co.uk: 'I started maturing when I was 14 and so for me I hated my boobs and I went to musical theatre school so we wore leotards and did ballet... I was the first one to have t*ts and I hated them until the hottest guy fancied me and then I liked them!' Things have changed now as Ora reports feeling comfortable in her own skin. She's learned to embrace her curves. 'I've learnt I'm not supposed to be the skinniest person in the world and I'm fine with that', the new X Factor judge added. [bctt tweet="Rita Ora Admits She Used To Be Insecure About Her Body"] And that's the real point isn't it? That's what we all strive for, isn't it? Being okay with the body you have is a tough battle. And before anyone gets upset with me, I don't mean letting yourself go. I don't mean accepting an unhealthy state of being. I mean, loving yourself as you are now. Loving yourself is the only way to get through life. You have to know what is possible for yourself. I'd love to be taller and supermodel thin but that is just not going to happen. I'm slightly below average height and have my own ample assets that make a whispy, willowly look impossible. So, I can spend my life hating the way I look, or I can try to appreciate it for what it is. I can look at the beauty that I do possess and work to make myself as happy as possible, inside and out. Being fine with who you are is one of the most difficult things to accomplish but so worth the effort. I don't necessarily believe we should all take Ora's path -- that is accepting your body after someone finds you sexually attractive -- but I believe we all have to get there however we get there. Look at yourself and say, I am okay. Maybe there are things you are working to change and that's okay too. Keep going but don't forget to love yourself today. Have you loved yourself today?