Lauren… ‘LOADS of people say my boobs are weird – and they’re right’

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She's the reality TV star who's shed around 3st over the last year via a healthy eating and exercise plan. 

But now Lauren Goodger has admitted that the weight-loss has distorted her 34E breast implants. In fact, the 29-year-old says that she needs to go back to her surgeon to get them checked out.

Speaking to New! magazine, Ms Goodger reveals: "I got so much flak for the silver bandage dress I wore on a night out recently.

"Loads of people said my boobs looked weird and too far apart, and I agree – they did."

She adds: "I still love my boobs and I'm not planning to have them reduced, but I think I'm going to go back to my surgeon to check they're OK."

Last year, while showing off her new figure in a gorgeous House Of SHB playsuit, fans expressed their concern that the Towie star's breasts looked painful and unnatural. 

“I think she needs to get those implants looked at… they look deformed and shifted out of place or something,” commented one.

“Does anyone else think there might be something wrong with those implants??” asked another.

A third said: “I think her make-up looks really nice here but those boobs look so painful! Ouch!!”

Two years ago Ms Goodger treated herself to a €8,500 34E boob job after yo-yo dieting left her breasts lacking “volume”.

Calling her look “very natural,” she explained to New! magazine at the time: “I've always had big boobs and where I've done extreme yo-yo dieting, exercise and then not doing anything at all, I felt like my chest had lost a bit of volume on the top.

“They're very similar to my old boobs but they've got more volume rather than them flopping down a bit.”

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