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Georgia May Foote says her 'heart drops' when people 'stare' over her health condition

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Strictly Come Dancing and Coronation Street star Georgia May Foote has opened up about the heartbreak of people 'staring' at her due to her health condition.The former Coronation Street star has Vitiligo, a condition where pale white patches develop on the skin.

It's caused by the lack of melanin, which is the pigment in skin. Georgia opened up about how the condition flares up in the summer due to her getting a tan, as she shared pictures with fans.

She told them: "Every time I go on holiday and I get a beautiful tan, I see how much my vitiligo has spread more than ever before. "I would be lying if I didn’t say it gets to me.

It makes me feel super insecure at times. But seeing how the people around me support me and still love me the same makes my heart feel full." She added: "I’ve noticed people staring, having a good old nosey with their faces screwed up, and that’s when my heart drops." The star then pleaded with people to be more compassionate as she continued: "So this is just a friendly reminder to those people to be kind.

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