Amy: The Only Way is dou­ble Ds!

Has Harry Pot­ter babe Emma had se­cret surgery?

Midweek Sport - - NEWS - By ISO­BEL DICKINSON

THE Only Way Is Es­sex babe Amy Childs has ad­mit­ted she wants even BIG­GER boobs, be­cause she reck­ons her am­ple chest is ‘saggy’.

The ITV2 hot­tie went un­der the knife aged 18 to get a new set of 32DD as­sets.

But Amy, 21, now says: “I’m feel­ing in­se­cure about them now. I’m not about to say that my life is hell, but when I look in the mir­ror I feel they aren’t right and I’m back to pad­ding my bra.

“I’ve started wear­ing a padded bra with a chicken fil­let again now, to make them look up­right.

“I’d be danc­ing in the Sugar Hut night­club with all those fil­lets in.

“One night two fell out, so I picked them up off the floor and threw them at the wall.

Be­cause they had a bit of sweat on them they stuck! They were still there two weeks later.

“You only live once, I’m young and I want to en­joy them.”

babe Emma Wat­son looks like some­one might have cast a spell over her boobs – be­cause they ap­pear to have mag­i­cally in­flated.

The nor­mally small­breasted star has sparked a mam­mary mys­tery af­ter she was snapped look­ing sus­pi­ciously CURVY while film­ing scenes for her lat­est film.

The shapely 21-year-old had heads turn­ing as she sported a large pair of knock­ers un­der a stripy vest on the set of Sofia Cop­pola’s The Bling Ring.


The gor­geous ac­tress, who made £30mil­lion as Hermione Granger in the hit wizard films, hasn’t been afraid to flash her pert pup­pies in the past.

She’s shown off her nips and her cleav­age on nights out – and we once even got a glimpse of her hairy lady gar­den.

But her chest has al­ways been on the small side – un­til now!

A show­biz in­sider said: “At most, Emma is a nat­u­ral B cup, and that’s be­ing gen­er­ous.

“But she’s now clearly a C cup or even D cup. It’s ei­ther a well-padded bra or she has had them done. “Ei­ther way, ev­ery­one in Hol­ly­wood is talk­ing about Emma’s big boobs, and that’s some­thing that’s never hap­pened be­fore.”

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