A couple who have been trolled as ‘fake’ and ‘an odd match’ because of their size difference have hit back at their critics’ cruel taunts.
Sienna Keera, 26, from Australia, moved to the UK to be with actor George Keywood, 27, but cruel trolls claim they couldn’t possible be in love because ‘she is a size eight and he is obese’.
The couple, who have a one-year-old son called Oliver, say their relationship is real and full of ‘so much love’ in TikTok videos and have no time for haters who doubt them.
The pair met on Instagram and spoke for six months before Sienna moved to be with George, who is an actor in comedy series People Just Do Nothing on BBC.
Sienna says their sex life is ‘the best I’ve ever had’ and that despite the cruelty from followers online, she finds his ‘belly’ a ‘turn on’.
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Sienna Keera, from Australia, moved halfway across the world to be with her now fiancé George Keywood in the UK. Pictured, the couple together with their son
The couple are confident in their relationship and in their own skins
In one video on TikTok George can be seen with the couple’s toddler on his knee, while Sienna dances in front of the camera.
The cruel words so casually slung at them by the general public appear on the screen as she moves.
‘You two won’t last.’ ‘This isn’t love.’ ‘They are both so odd.’ ‘It’s all fake for TikTok.’
Sienna says their sex life is ‘the best I’ve ever had’ and that despite the cruelty from followers online, she finds his ‘belly’ a ‘turn on’
The Australian mother insists George (pictured together) is her ‘dream man’ to her 55,900 followers, with her fiancé telling the ‘skinny boys’ that Sienna has ‘always liked fat boys’
The mum said she is super attracted to George and finds his tummy a ‘turn-on’
They explain that their lives are full of love, for each other and their young son, and that they are happy, but despite this some has gone as far as to say the young woman looks scared in all of her videos with her partner.
‘They aren’t hate comments, they are concerns, she looks scared in her videos and barely blinks,’ one person said.
Others described them as ‘the ultimate TikTok couple’.
Another woman said she is a size six and her ‘most beautiful relationship’ was with a man who weighed 140kg.
Sienna and George refuse to let the haters keep them down despite Sienna being regularly called a gold digger and George constantly told he’s ‘punching’.
Sienna also showcases her slender physique in figure-hugging ensembles – while George is equally unashamed to show off his body, often appearing in the clips topless.
The Australian mum insists George is her ‘dream man’ to her 55,900 followers, with her fiancé telling the ‘skinny boys’ that she has ‘always liked fat boys’.
A woman has hit back at haters who suggested her relationship with a plus-size man is ‘disgusting and fake’ (pictured together)
However, their loved-up videos, which often get millions of views each time, have been branded ‘uncomfortable’, ‘weird’ and ‘not genuine’ by some TikTok users.
Recalling how they met, Sienna said: ‘We talked on Instagram for like six months and then we basically got together. I moved to the UK from Australia… that’s the short version anyway.’
The duo receive plenty of messages full of support for their relationship, but also many negative comments about their weight difference.
But when asked if George was plus-size when first meeting, the father replied: ‘She’s always liked the fatties way long before I came into her sights.
‘Just to clear things up, she’s always liked fat boys. Unlucky for all you skinny boys you’ve got no chance.’
The London-based couple (pictured), who are now parents to their baby boy, Oliver, one, flaunt their relationship on TikTok – despite Sienna being regularly called a golddigger and George constantly told he’s ‘punching’
Sienna also showcases her slender physique in figure-hugging ensembles – while George (pictured together) is equally unashamed to show off his body, often appearing in the clips topless
In response to those who criticise her relationship, Sienna told FEMAIL: ‘The hate doesn’t get to us. We love each other and nothing anyone says will change that.
‘Our aim is to encourage people to accept themselves for who they are. Thank you to everyone who supports us and sends positive messages our way.’
Fans have been quick to support the pair, with one person writing: ‘Better cuddles!! You go guys,’ while another said: ‘Absolutely beautiful couple.’
A third added: ‘I don’t see what the obsession is over the fact that he’s a big man and you’re gorgeous. Who cares what y’all look like. You love each other and seem to have a happy healthy family.’