The Instagram shot wasnt your typical gym bro photo. Instead, it was full of well-played comedic timing. In the mirror selfie, Claflin posed with his face lathered up for a shave. Problem is, a sign in the mirror read, Do not use the tap water. There is anti-freeze in the water lines! Use the hand sanitizer provided. Thank you.

Claflin captioned the photo with a simple statement: Shit.

While fans gushed over the picture, celebrity women also publicly praised Claflins physique. Actress Elizabeth Banks commented Humblebrag those abs, while actress Millie Bobbie Brown simply posted a flushed-faced emoji. Actress Olivia Munn focused on the joke, posting a two laughing emojis in the photos comments.

By posting the selfie unapologetically, Claflin has seemingly come a long way in terms of body confidence. The actor has previously spoken out about the pressure to have a buff and lean body in Hollywood, and how it took a toll on his self-image.

In 2017, Claflin famously told The Sydney Morning Herald: "I remember doing one job where they literally made me pull my shirt up and were grabbing my fat and going, You need to lose a bit of weight.' This other time, they were slapping me. I felt like a piece of meat.

He added, Im not saying it's anywhere near as bad as what women go through but I, as an actor approaching each job, am insecure especially when I have to take my top off in it and so nervous. I get really worked up to the point where I spend hours and hours in the gym and not eating for weeks to achieve what I think they're going for."

While Claflin may be the picture of effortless confidence in the recent photo, his past comments make clear that self-confidence doesnt come easy not even for famous actors.