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Australian model Simone Holtznagel regrets telling her 100,000 Instagram followers she’s sick of her E-Cup breasts and that having big boobs ‘sucks’.
The 25-year-old Wollongong-born beauty, who found fame after appearing on the 2011 series of Australia’s Next Top Model, took to her Stories in June to put people off ever getting their boobs enlarged, because her natural ones cause her a world of pain.
However, now she claims she was ‘having a massive moment of weakness’ when she took to her social media account that night.
"I didn't mean for it to go everywhere, my back had just been hurting for a few days and my boobs fluctuate a lot, so I wanted to vent,” she told 9Honey.
"It's actually something people with smaller boobs have zero idea about, [they don't know] what it's actually like,"
In June, Simone posted a picture of herself lying on her bed, holding her painful chest.
“As the owner of E+ tiddies, why anyone would want their natural boobs enlarged to my size is beyond me,” the model wrote.
“Big boobs suck, they hurt, your back hurts and most of the time you need to sleep in a crop top.”
Simone went on joke that she’ll happily sell them for a good price just to get them off her chest.
The stunner, who featured on the cover of Playboy in 2015, told the Daily Telegraph in 2017 all about why she decided to pose for the lads’ mag.
“I have worked really hard since Top Model because I do have big boobs so I had to prove I am not just two really huge tits and a pretty face,” she said.
“I am not a men’s magazine model so when I did get approached I said no straight away and they were like, ‘what if you could do the cover?’ And I was like, sweet.”
Simone also appeared on the fourth season of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!, where she spoke about body confidence.
“There is a lot of pressure as a model, you know, to look a certain way all the time. Which is difficult,” she said.
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