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Lauren Goodger reveals shock new surgery overhaul explaining 'Kardashian' butt lift has left her in agony

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Lauren Goodger has open about the cosmetic procedures she's undergone since finding fame on The Only Way Is Essex, but has now shared her hopes of reversing some of the surgery she's had done.The reality TV star has admitted she feels "uncomfortable" with certain parts of her body, especially since becoming a mum.

Lauren, 37, had a boob job in 2014, taking her from a 34D to an E. She explained how she decided to have her boobs enhanced after seeing a girl with hers done while on holiday in Antigua, and within a week of returning to the UK she'd undergone the surgery on London's Harley Street.

Three years later, Lauren underwent a Brazilian Butt Lift in Turkey in a bid to get the 'Kardashian' look. While she admitted she thinks she looked "the boll*cks" after her surgery, she said she now wishes she'd "never had anything". "My boobs looked amazing, I loved how I looked in pictures and all the attention," Lauren told Closer magazine. "But now I wish I'd never had anything.

I want it all out. My bum and boobs make me look bigger and cause me pain. I want to reverse it all and go back to normal." Lauren said her boobs "blew up" while pregnant and she now has "lumps and bumps" everywhere.

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