*Published Paper*

**Inserted:** 29 may 2017

**Last Updated:** 11 jan 2022

**Journal:** J. Geom. Anal.

**Year:** 2019

**Abstract:**

We prove a qualitative and a quantitative stability of the following rigidity theorem: an anisotropic totally umbilical closed hypersurface is the Wulff shape. Consider $n \geq 2$, $p\in (1, \, +\infty)$ and $\Sigma$ an $n$-dimensional, closed hypersurface in $\mathbb{R}^{n+1}$, boundary of a convex, open set. We show that if the $L^p$ norm of the trace-free part of the anisotropic second fundamental form is small, then $\Sigma$ must be $W^{2, \, p}$-close to the Wulff shape, with a quantitative estimate.

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