Cam ties knot with rock star

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babe Lau­ren Goodger says lads like her big ARSE.

The busty blonde has been slagged off by some snooty prudes for post­ing saucy ‘self­ies’ on so­cial me­dia sites like In­sta­gram and Twit­ter.

But Lau­ren, 28, says she’s proud of her bouncy curves, adding: “I love my big bum. I’ve got a bit more meat on me than most.

“Men like it. They’re like, ‘Mmm’. I think they find it sexy that I’ve got boobs, bum, lips, big eyes, they like it.”

Out­ra­geous Lau­ren doesn’t, though, like her chunky legs.

She added: “I’ve got big legs. They’re re­ally weird. I’ve got thick legs. My sis­ters are skinny, and they go, ‘Cor, ain’t you got big legs?’

“My mum used to say, ‘I could love to have had legs like you when I was younger be­cause mine were so skinny’. But I hate my legs.” HOL­LY­WOOD hot­tie Cameron Diaz has fi­nally mar­ried for the first time – at the ripe age of 42.

The Sex Tape star, who has long been a flag-bearer for sin­gle women, mar­ried rocker Benji Mad­den, 35, at their home in Los An­ge­les af­ter dat­ing for eight months.

She said: “We couldn’t be hap­pier to be­gin our new jour­ney to­gether sur­rounded by our clos­est fam­ily and friends.”

Diaz’s for­mer flames in­clude entertainer Justin Tim­ber­lake, ac­tor Jared Leto and base­ball star Alex Ro­driguez, while Good Char­lotte rocker Mad­den was pre­vi­ously linked to ho­tel heiress Paris Hil­ton.

The cou­ple sparked spec­u­la­tion they were set to marry when the Char­lie’s An­gels ac­tress was seen wear­ing an en­gage­ment ring at Christ­mas.

Guests at the bash in­cluded Gwyneth Pal­trow and Reese Wither­spoon, while Drew Barrymore was a brides­maid.

Cameron pre­vi­ously told how she has never felt any pres­sure to marry, say­ing it is not “nat­u­ral” to be monog­a­mous.

She told InStyle mag: “A lot of peo­ple chase af­ter it be­cause they’ve been told, ‘This equals hap­pi­ness’.

“I don’t know if any­one is nat­u­rally monog­a­mous. We all have the same in­stincts as an­i­mals. But we live in a so­ci­ety where it’s been in­grained in us to do these things.”

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