In­clud­ing gor­geous women with body is­sues; books that are per­fect for the beach; why skinny doesn’t al­ways equal sexy; de­cod­ing the anatomy of a celeb trav­eller; how to show off your best bits; Kate Mid­dle­ton’s year of fab­u­lous royal style... and much mor

Even the hottest women in the world have in­se­cu­ri­ties. Les­son: stop fret­ting!

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Malaika Arora Khan “I re­ally wish I was taller, so that the dresses I wear make a greater im­pact. And I wish I had bet­ter teeth, so my face looked more pro­por­tion­ate.” Bey­oncé Knowles “I wear big ear­rings be­cause I don’t like my ears...i think they are ugly.” Vic­to­ria Beck­ham “I hate my feet be­cause of the bunions. They are the most dis­gust­ing thing

about me.” Amrita Arora “I wish my legs were slim­mer,

like Gisele Bund­chen. That would make me feel nicer about

my­self.” “My feet are big and that makes wear­ing fab­u­lous strappy stilet­tos a tough task! Nar­rower feet would have

been bet­ter.” Sameera Reddy Chitrangada Singh “I’d love to have t*ts, but I don’t—i have pecs! I hate my legs. I’d make them longer and less wob­bly. And I’d tone down my ass. I get a load of zits, and I’m al­ways squeez­ing them. I hate my

body.” “I wish I had a more ath­letic body, like those fab swim­mers and divers. I re­ally have to work hard to keep the flab off my tummy and waist, which are my prob­lem

ar­eas.” Keira Knight­ley

Gul Panag “Some­times, I wish I wasn’t so well en­dowed. When shop­ping

for shirts and cock­tail dresses, I feel quite large on top. It makes me un­com­fort­able.”

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