Welcome, I’m Steph!

“I’m just a fat babe from South London with opinions tbh.”

Stephanie Yeboah is a 30-something-year-old blogger, multi-award-winning content creator, author, host, freelance writer, public speaker and body image/self-love advocate based in her hometown of London.

With a blog spanning over 14 years, Stephanie has been an active and influential presence within the creator space; writing and creating content surrounding a variety of subjects including plus-size fashion, beauty/skincare, travel and lifestyle, as well as providing witty, raw takes and perspectives on all things to do with pop culture.

She also dedicates her time towards advocacy within the body positivity, mental health and self-love communities, sharing her own challenges and traumas involving experiencing fatphobia, bullying, self-esteem and confidence issues and the ways in which she’s been able to turn it around while encouraging others to do the same.

In 2020, she released her debut non-fiction novel ‘Fattily Ever After: A Fat Black Girl’s Guide to Living Life Unapologetically‘, which became an Amazon bestseller in its first week of publication. In the same year, she became the first British plus-size black woman to grace the cover of Glamour Magazine UK.

Stephanie has appeared on the following:  Sky News, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio London, LBC, ITV News, MTV UK, BBC Ireland, BBC 1Xtra, BBC Radio 5 live, Channel 4 news, Good Morning Britain and a plethora of podcasts.

Stephanie currently has an active social media presence with over 350,000 followers across her social media accounts worldwide.

Award wins:

*Blogosphere ‘Blogger of the Year Award 2019 – Winner

*RewardStyle Trendsetter of the Year 2020 – Winner

*Navabi Fashion Writer of the Year 2020 – Winner

Did you know…

She consults!

Stephanie also has a history of consulting with brands, having worked with top brands on campaigns such as Ben & Jerry’s, Amazon, Deloitte and Dove with the latter subsequently running two international prime-time television advertisements that Stephanie helped consult with.

RANDOM FUN FACT 1: Stephanie played the second witch in her year five performance of Macbeth, which they performed for Queen Elizabeth II who visited the school due to a recent Ofsted win. To this day, Stephanie’s Mum ensures that she recounts this anecdote to any and everyone she meets.

RANDOM FUN FACT 2: Stephanie was once hugged by her celebrity crush/husband Jason Momoa during a Comic-Con appearance in 2018, however, she cannot remember the actual meeting as she may or may not have blacked out after Jason Momoa complimented her on her braids.

“He (Jason) smelled of Guinness, musk and unproblematic masculinity. I levitated.

As he hugged me, I could feel the feminism leaving my body, smh.”


Stephanie’s reputation as a speaker and panellist is built on her vast experience

of overcoming adversity and being able to reflect emotionally to allow for novel insights. Her expertise has presented her with numerous opportunities to share her story, voice and insights with audiences nationwide, with engagements, talks, and panel participation with a plethora of brands and institutions including:

  • Women of the World Festival at the Southbank Centre
  • Channel 4 late-night talk show ‘Unapologetic’
  • Cult Beauty x Glow Beauty Cosmetics
  • Deloitte
  • Microsoft
  • Superdrug
  • Amazon.com
  • The Lorraine show
  • ITV News
  • Channel 5 News
  • Moderating and hosting the Youtube Key Note Speeches at VidCon
  • Moderating the Personal Style Influencer Panel at VidCon
  • Panellist with Naomi Wolf at the 10th Anniversary Women of the World Festival
  • Oxford University Student Union Speaker
  • UCL
  • NEXT Clothing
  • Anti-Diet Riot Club
  • Bustle
  • Black Girls Fest
  • Anti-Diet Riot Festival
  • Lush Cosmetics x Black Girl Fest Beauty Convention
  • LSE
  • Fashion and Diversity Lecture at the London College of Fashion
  • ICA Fashion Museum x GUAP Magazine
  •  Africa Utopia Festival at the Southbank Centre
  •  Submitting evidence on body image for the Youth Select Committee at the Houses of Parliament
  • Blogosphere Xmas Festival
  • Body & Style Convo Convention
  • The Labour Women’s Convention