From defending armpit hair and standing up for Zendaya when critics claimed her role in Spiderman Homecoming was a case of 'political correctness', to calling our a Twitter troll her said she'd put on weight, it's safe to say Paris Jackson is serving the world an important lesson when it comes to self-love, body confidence, and how to handle haters.
And it seems her latest interview with i-D magazine served as the perfect opportunity for the daughter of Michael Jackson to discuss the harmful standards society put on men and women.
'Unfortunately in the world we live in it's almost impossible to feel comfortable in your skin 24/7. Especially with what the media is constantly feeding us. I still have countless insecurities and fears, like everyone else I know,' she said.
'But we're getting there, slowly but surely. Which is a big reason I want to change this fashion / beauty stigma, so it's not as difficult for people around the world to feel beautiful just the way they are,' she added.
The 19-year-old, who recently posted an inspiring tweet about learning to embrace her acne, added: 'Beauty is not measured by numbers, or symmetry, or shapes, or sizes, or colours, or anything like that. Beauty, true beauty, should be measured by the soul, the character, integrity, intentions and mindset of a person, what comes out of their mouth. How they behave. Their heart.'
With a mission to embrace her 'imperfect' self, Jackson explained: 'I'm not symmetrical, I'm not a size zero, I eat hella burgers and endless amounts of pizza. I can't fit into a runway sample size of designer clothes, I have scars and stretch marks and acne and I have cellulite,' she said. 'I'm human. Not a dress-up doll.
'The idea that we all have to fit one idea of beauty is outrageous and ridiculous because 'perfection' is just an opinion,' she added.
True beauty, should be measured by the soul, the character, integrity, intentions and mindset of a person
Shortly after the interview was published, Paris took to Twitter to voice her disapproval of being referred to her being 'privileged' in the introduction, but pointed our she continued to stand by her words.
In May, the famous daughter posted a photo of herself to Instagram, encouraging her 1.8 million followers to learn to love their bodies.
'The human body is a beautiful thing and no matter what "flaws" you have, whether it be scars, or extra weight, stretch marks, freckles, whatever, it is beautiful and you should express yourself however you feel comfortable,' she stated.
Solid advice for all of us today.