The Young and the Restless star Courtney Hope took to Instagram to send a candid and heartfelt message to fans. The star opened up over finding her ‘strength’ and working towards “building herself back up” again.
Hollywood actors not only have their moments of glory but also go through bad moments, like everyone.
On April 12, The Young And The Restless actress shared a candid message to her 164k Instagram followers. The inspirational message also showed gratitude to those who have been supporting her.
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Courtney Hope’s heartfelt Instagram message – “You are worth it, you are enough”
The Young And Restless actress wrote:
“In case you needed to hear it today, like I have lately.
“And I want to express gratitude to the people around me in my life who have helped and are still helping me build my self back to the woman I know I am and want to be. Thanks for helping me see my strength and worth. I couldn’t be more thankful for you all.
“Just remember, as I am finally fully accepting as well, you ARE worth it, you are enough, and deserve the BEST in this world.”
As she attached pictures of a lake to her video to set up the mood, her message was accompanied by Tatiana Manaois’ song Like You.
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Fans leave messages of encouragement for the actress
One fan wrote: “Such a beautiful and strong woman on and off-screen… much love and respect for you Courtney”
“You are worth the world in gold…. I admire your strength and your heart. We love you!” commented another fan.
A follower that related to Courtney’s situation even thanked her for her words: “I definitely needed this today. Thank you. Thank you for empowering women and one day at a time.”
The loyalty of fans will always go above any celebrity’s success.
Fans of the TYTR actress left messages of encouragement as they wanted to show their support to Courtney assuring her that there’s hope in bad times.
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