Lauren Goodger is ''happy'' with her new 34E boobs after undergoing breast enlargement surgery in December.
Lauren Goodger feels ''sexier'' after undergoing breast enlargement surgery.
The former 'TOWIE' star is happy with her decision to go from 34D sized breasts to a ''very natural'' 34E in a bid to gain more body confidence.
Quizzed on whether she's pleased with her new look, she said: ''Yeah, I am. I know you guys probably look and think, 'Oh she's definitely had them done,' but I don't feel that much different. You kind of forget that you've had them done. They're very similar to my old boobs but they've got more volume rather than them flopping down a bit. They're very natural.''
In an interview with new! magazine, she added: ''I felt like it was time - my body's changed. I felt uncomfortable with it and wanted to make myself a bit sexier.''
Lauren stayed in bed for a few weeks after the procedure to recover and close family looked after her.
She added: ''I was all right, actually. I had to stay in bed for a couple of days but I was up and about, went to my sister's. I just looked after myself and I was being looked after by my aunt. They're still healing now.''
After initially refusing to admit she had undergone surgery, the 28-year-old also opened up about her decision to try and keep her boob job a secret.
She said: ''I didn't want to tell anyone at first because it's a private matter. It's something personal to me. It's not something I pranced around telling everyone.''
She added: ''It's not something I want to promote to younger girls because I'm 28 now and it's something I've done personally for me.''
Rumours began circulating Lauren had enlarged her breasts after she posted a 'selfie' photo on her Instagram.
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