Danielle Lloyd has had her 'deformed' breasts reconstructed after her E-cup implants were removed at the beginning of the year following the discovery of a life-threatening blood clot.
Danielle, 28, was rushed to hospital back in February when she experienced swelling after her third boob job.
The model wife of footballer Jamie O'Hara was left with AA cup breasts and scarring after surgeons had no option but to take out her implants.
Danielle has now revealed to the Sun's TV Biz that she underwent surgery last month on her breasts.
"I've had reconstructive surgery, and obviously that was really hard for me to do," the mum-of-two said. "I'm a 32C at the moment, and I wouldn't want to go any bigger again, big boobs aren't better. I'm a mum now and I want to be sensible."
Describing the procedure, Danielle explained that one of her boobs was left a lot bigger after her emergency surgery earlier this year, while the other had very little natural tissue.
"My right breast had a lot of natural tissue, whereas my left breast they removed a lot of the natural tissue because of infection. So that breast was nowhere near as big as that breast, so I had to have a bigger implant put in," she said.
Danielle said that she could not live with her breasts the way they were, saying that they 'really were deformed'. But she said she won't be having any more cosmetic surgery, and admits that her problems were no one's fault but her own, saying 'I had them done in the first place'.
Danielle, who has two little boys, Archie, two, and Harry, 15 months, said she is feeling 'a lot more confident' after the operation, and that she would now like to write a book about all she has gone through.
"I'm going to write an autobiography. I think I've done enough in my life now. I've got a lot of life experience with everything that's happened with my boobs and stuff."
Let's hope she keeps to her word and doesn't go under the knife now she's fit and healthy and happy again!
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