Kelly Brook thinks women should embrace their natural body shape and be proud of their curves,
Kelly Brook doesn't mind being called ''curvy''.
The brunette model is proud of her womanly figure and thinks everyone should embrace their natural shape and learn to feel confident about their bodies.
Quizzed whether she gets fed up of the constant 'curvy' label, Kelly told Britain's OK! magazine: ''No, never. It's me, and I've found what works for me and made a career out of my curves. I don't want to try and be anything other than how I am, as it's my natural look.
''All girls are different and I think you can be sexy in your own way. You don't have to be size zero and you don't have to have a really toned, Madonna-like physique. I'm not saying that's not sexy as well, but I think you have to go with your natural shape.''
Kelly has unveiled her new lingerie collection for high street store New Look and says the inspiration behind the super sexy smalls came from her own experience.
She explained: ''I always struggled to find beautiful swimwear and lingerie to fit my body, so that's what spurred me on to design my own. I just remember being young and having E-cup boobs and not being able to find any nice bras.
''I was always wearing minimising bras... but I wanted sexy, lacy, gorgeous bras. She that's why I got into designing and why I do what I do.''
Kelly Brook's lingerie collection for New Look is available online and in store now with sizes ranging from 32B to 36F.
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