Christine McGuinness had a boob job after surgery company contacted her post-birth

Campaigner Christine McGuinness had a boob job 18 months after welcoming her twins, enhancing her from a 32D to a 32E.

But in her new autobiography Christine admitted she questions whether she would have had the procedure if she hadn't been "approached" by a cosmetic company.

Writing in her memoir, A Beautiful Nightmare, the 33 year old penned: "In the past I've been fixated on my appearance, and after having the twins I did have a boob job.

"But if I'm honest, I probably only had an enhancement from a 32D to a 32E because I was approached by a cosmetic surgery company.

"As an older and wiser woman, I do believe it's wrong that places like that approach girls.

"I think it's different if someone wants it, goes to them and they decide to do a deal."

Christine, who shares three children, twins Penelope and Leo, eight, and five year old Felicity, with her husband Paddy, further reflected on her boob job and revealed she originally "wasn't thinking" about getting them done.

"However, I'd just had the kids, my confidence was on the floor and I got offered free surgery in exchange for a photoshoot, so I accepted," she said.

"While I'm happy with my cleavage now, I do often wonder if I would have had them done if I hadn't been contacted by that company."

"I'm lucky because my boobs have always been big, but as my weight has gone up and down, my bust has followed suit."

In her book Christine also opened up on her battle with anorexia, which has been an ongoing struggle throughout her life.

She explained that at the height of her eating disorder it wasn't an "uncommon" thing for her to faint, and spoke of her regret at passing out when the twins were babies.

"I don’t know how long I was out for, but it was probably minutes before I came back around," she wrote.

"I knew what had happened, as it wasn’t uncommon to pass out, but this time was worse because it was the first time it happened while I was on my own with the children.

"It upsets me just thinking about it, and I’m ashamed of it. I’ve got to make sure I stay healthy for the kids."

If you have been affected by an eating disorder please contact Beat on 0808 801 0677 or beateatingdisorders.org.uk for help and support

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