Kelly Brook has admitted she would ‘love to have little pert French boobies’ after branding her famous bust an ‘inconvenience.’
The Heart Radio presenter, 42, told MailOnline she is forced to wear ‘frumpy’ underwear to accommodate her size 34FF chest, causing her to have a ‘love/heart relationship’ with her body.
In an exclusive interview, the model said she often longs to wear ‘little strappy dresses’ but her boobs are better suited to 1950s fashion.
‘I love my boobs, but I also don’t like them’: Kelly Brook has admitted she would ‘love to have little pert French boobies’ after branding her famous bust an ‘inconvenience’
She said: ‘I love my boobs, but I also don’t like them. I have a love/hate relationship with all parts of my body.
‘My boobs look great in some dresses and in other dresses they don’t look so great. They can be really inconvenient.
‘Boobs are one of those things… I would love to wear little strappy dresses. Some of the underwear I bought is really frumpy!
‘I would love to have little pert French boobies. Mine looks good in a lovely 1950s dress though, so it just depends.’
‘I have a love/hate relationship with my body’: The Heart Radio presenter told MailOnline she is forced to wear ‘frumpy’ underwear to accommodate her size 34FF chest (pictured February 2019)
Kelly, who’s celebrating 1000 days of healthy weight maintenance after losing two stone on the SlimFast 3.2.1. Plan, admits she ‘fell into the trap of being lazy’ during lockdown but is now back to making ‘sensible’ food choices.
She explained: ‘I lost two dresses, I was on track, lockdown came and being an emotional eater, I was like well that’s it then… no one is going to be worrying about their bodies anymore, we’re all in elasticated trousers and people were Zooming everyone so no one even sees us anymore.
I fell into that trap of being lazy. When we came out of lockdown, I panicked and thought I’ve got to get back in the office and people are going to see me again. It was a case of starting off really well, having a bit of a wobble, and getting back to train and feeling a bit healthier again.
‘I have times where I feel amazing and times when I don’t. I’m at the age where hormones play a big part in my body and my mood and how I feel about myself. On the whole, I try and be happy and healthy and make sensible choices.’
‘Hormones play a big part in my body’: Kelly, who’s celebrating 1000 days of healthy weight maintenance after losing two stone on the SlimFast 3.2.1. Plan, admits she ‘fell into the trap of being lazy’ during lockdown (pictured August 2020)
Kelly is eager to look and feel her best this summer ahead of her impending nuptials to fiancé Jeremy Parisi.
The couple of seven years are getting married in Jeremy’s home country of Italy this month but have so far remained coy about the details.
It’s been a long time coming for Kelly, who had four broken engagements, and was turned down by Jeremy when she popped the question in 2018.
She said: ‘Summer is here, and I want to look and feel good and I’m going to keep thinking about what I’m eating every day and make sensible choices.
‘I haven’t really got a target or an aim in mind right now it’s just maintaining and staying on the plan, keeping the weight off, and staying healthy.’
Kelly is keen to look and feel her best this summer ahead of her impending nuptials to fiancé Jeremy Parisi (pictured December 2019)
Kelly has sustained a 20-year-long career in Showbiz, from presenting the 90s show Big Breakfast, to starring in the Ellen DeGeneres sitcom One Big Happy in 2015.
The model, who also appeared as a team captain on Celebrity Juice in 2013 and says Generation Z made it impossible for the axed series to continue, believes TV and film will be her future.
She said: ‘I was messaging Leigh Francis – Keith Lemon – just saying how amazing it was to be part of it. I can’t believe it’s over.
It’s been 14 years of him being that character and I think it’s been amazing.
‘These things run their course and I think it was probably time for it to come to an end.
‘There are a lot of things the show got away with that I don’t think Gen Z will approve of these days!
I’ve worked in TV/film/theatre for 20 years, but to have the opportunity to do radio the last three years has been amazing because I get to be a storyteller, act, play, speak with the audience.
I really enjoy working on the radio, coming home every night, I’m not traveling, so there are loads of pluses. I know people love TV, but to be a little bit more under the radar has been a lovely challenge. My future will be in TV and film for sure.’
‘Happy and healthy’: Kelly, who’s celebrating 1000 days of healthy weight maintenance after losing two stone on the SlimFast 3.2.1. Plan, admits she “fell into the trap of being lazy” during the lockdown
As a longstanding ambassador for SlimFast, Kelly has created a new set of healthy recipes that are inspired by traditional takeaways.
All for less than 600 calories per portion, fish and chips, pizza, or chicken curry can be enjoyed guilt free.
Kelly explained: ‘It is something we wanted to do to celebrate my 1000th day on the SlimFast journey.
We decided there were so many delicious recipes in the Food not Fomo SlimFast cookbook that we wanted to take some of those that we were likening to some of our favorite takeaways like the fish and chips, Greek lamb burgers, and the pad Thai.
‘We are saying to everyone, look, if you want a takeaway you don’t have to reach for those calorific takeaways that you’ve been used to this is a much healthier alternative.
‘People think on SlimFast it’s just shakes and bars, which it is, but you can also have your meal, and these are the options.’
- Kelly has created a series of new SlimFast Fakeaway recipes so that people can enjoy their favorite tasty menu classics for 600 calories or less. You can enjoy each dish as part of the SlimFast 3.2.1. Plan and still lose or maintain a healthy weight. For more information visit SlimFast’s website
Guilt free: As a longstanding ambassador for SlimFast, Kelly has created a new set of healthy recipes that are inspired by traditional takeaways
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