The celebs who aren’t afraid to speak about their boob jobs after surgery was once their breast-kept secret – The Sun

ALL these women are natural beauties – but they admit to having had a little assistance to boost their assets.

Top model Chrissy Teigen yesterday became the latest celeb to reveal she had a boob job in her younger days to enhance her envious curves.

But Chrissy isn’t the only celeb who has confessed that their good genes had a helping hand from a good doctor.

Katy Docherty reveals the women who are now upfront about their formerly breast-kept secret.

Chrissy Teigen


CHRISSY candidly admitted she is considering boosting her boobs a second time after having two children.

The 34-year-old model said: “I did my boobs when I was about 20 years old."

“It was more for a swimsuit thing. I thought, if I’m going to be posing, laid on my back, I want them to be perky."

“But then you have babies and they fill up with milk and deflate and now I am screwed.”

Kourtney Kardashian


THE eldest Kardashian sister is open about the implants she had when she was just 21.

But the 40-year-old reality star now admits she regrets going under the knife and wishes she had waited until she was older.

Mum of three Kourtney said: “I wish I never did it. I had great boobs."

“Now I’m going to have to get them redone at some point.”

Kelly Rowland


THE Destiny’s Child singer told how Beyonce’s mum talked her out of a boob job at the age of 18.

But the mum of one had an op ten years later and hints she will have another one after she gives birth again.

Kelly, 39, wrote in her parenting guide: “I know I’m going to see someone (wink, wink) after I have my second kid."

"In the meantime, I just tried to enjoy my ability to feed my baby!”

Gisele Bundchen


ONCE dubbed “The Boobs From ­Brazil”, catwalk queen Gisele felt unhappy with her lopsided breasts after feeding two children.

The 39-year-old supermodel went under the knife in 2015.

She said: “I felt very vulnerable."

"I can work out, I can eat healthy, but I can’t change the fact that both of my kids enjoyed the left boob more than the right.”

‘It shouldn’t be taboo any more’

By Lizzie Cundy

THE public know it’s impossible for breasts to grow two cup sizes overnight, yet famous women would still protest they were all natural.

So I’m glad all these celebrities have come clean.

It doesn’t have to be a taboo any more.

I had my boob job after my second son was born in 2000. It increased my confidence.

I was never ashamed to say I’d had an op and nor should anyone else be.

Surgery isn’t for everyone, but lying is never the answer.

Victoria Beckham


POSH denied having plastic surgery but confessed in 2011 her “torpedo bazookas” were removed in 2009.

The 45-year-old fashion designer is thought to have had one op after the birth of her first child Brooklyn in 1999 and another in 2006.

Iggy Azalea


RAPPER Iggy proudly boasted that she had surgery in 2014 to get bigger boobs.

The Fancy hitmaker admitted she was sick of padding her stage outfits to boost her flat chest.

Australian Iggy, 29, said: “I don’t think you should be ashamed if you made a change to yourself, which is why I’ve spoken about the changes I’ve made, like with my breasts.”

Kaley Cuoco


THE Big Bang Theory actress said having a boob job aged 18 was the “best decision” she has ever made.

Kaley, 34, told how she started to feel insecure about her body while appearing in US sitcom 8 Simple Rules.

She said: “I don’t think you should do it for a man or anyone else."

“But if it makes you feel confident, that’s amazing.”

‘Not right choice for everyone’

SUN Doctor CAROL ­COOPER says: “Surgery is, of course, safer than ever."

“But the truth is that boob jobs have possible complications such as pain, bleeding, infection, scarring, numbness of the nipple and implant rupture. Sometimes the implant hardens because its capsule shrinks."

“This can leave some women dissatisfied with their op – and even needing another round of surgery."

“And many implants need replacing after ten years."

“Just as concerning are the women who find that going under the knife hasn’t boosted their confidence."


“Some issues with self- esteem or body image can’t be fixed by even the most skilled plastic surgeon."

“I applaud those who have opened up about having had a boob job, but it is not the right choice for every woman.”

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