Charlotte Crosby Just Won Instagram With A Truly Impressive Chunk Of Sideboob
It could probably take your eye out.
Charlotte Crosby has just left all other Instagram users floundering in her wake after uploading an eye-popping shot of her sideboob.
The former Geordie Shore lass has seen her body-confidence skyrocket since undergoing corrective surgery on her breasts last year. The 27-year-old had previously revealed she was born with a medical condition called congenital symmastia which gave her chest the appearance of a “uniboob.”
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It now looks like Charlotte couldn’t be happier with her body, and put the incredible results of that recent surgery on display with an image of herself wearing an LBD from her In The Style collection.
“Filming 🎥 LBD from my new @inthestyle valentines range launching 8am tomorrow 💁🏻♀💥” she captioned the shot.
The image has since racked up 115,000 likes and fans have rushed to comment about how “on fleek” Charlotte looks in the shot: “You’re so gorgeous Charlotte!! Loved you forever girl,” one person wrote.
Another pointed out that she shouldn’t pay attention to negative remarks: “Best thing about this is your confidence 👌🏼👌🏼it’s a woman’s personal choice on how she wants to look and no one else’s. Shame on all the people body shaming, hope you never have to deal with personal attacks and cruel judgments on your appearance.”
As for the medical condition that prompted the surgery in the first place, Charlotte previously told Heat Magazine that trolls eroded away at her confidence so much that she felt she had no other option but to undergo the procedure.
“My uni-boob made me feel under-confident. It (congenital symmastia) really limited what I could wear without people saying, "What the f***'s wrong with her boobs?’ Because I'm famous, if a picture of me is online, people say things like "What is wrong with her boobs? They're deformed! They're stuck together.’"
To quote Char, those people sound about as much fun as a poke in the eye.
Words by Lucia Ennis