Kelly Brook has been speaking about her curves and commenting on other stars' figures.
When asked whether she compares herself to other women, Kelly Brook replied: "I like looking at their style and make-up. Lana Del Rey is my fashion crush right now, but I don't get body envy."
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She added: "I wouldn't want a figure like Alexa Chung's, because I wouldn't be able to dress like me."
The model continued: "But it's important to celebrate a range of sizes — some girls are naturally skinny, others are bigger. My body is a big part of my identity. Having a healthy relationship with my own style and sense of self is vital."
Kelly Brook admitted she hasn't always embraced her curves, saying: "In my teens, I was self-conscious about being curvy. At 14, my bra size was 32D and I struggled with that. I wanted to be a ballet dancer! None of the other girls had them and I remember thinking: 'Why can't I just be normal?'"
That's all changed now though, as Kelly Brooks reveals: "The heavier I am, the more I like my boobs and bum, and the happier I look. If I got skinny, my body would look sad. I'm always going to have big boobs and quite a big bum. It's so nice to be celebrated for who I am."
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The model turned swimwear designer admits to retouching pictures of herself on Photoshop ("Instagram's great — I love a filter") and says she could tone her tummy a bit more: "but overall I wouldn't change anything."
Kelly Brook added: "I reckon I've got the opposite of body dysmorphia. I think I'm a size zero until I see pictures of myself and realise I'm not!"