Breast surgery boosting mums' confidence

Mothers have claimed that having breast surgery made them feel a lot better about their figures after childbirth.

Twenty-four-year-old Summa Walker is a full-time mother to a four-year-old daughter and a three-year-old son.

She recently had a tummy tuck and breast implants after the pregnancies impacted her figure.

Ms Walker told the Sun: "The tummy tuck and breast implants were worth every penny. My boyfriend doesn't even like big boobs but I feel so much better now."

The comments follow the latest report from the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, which revealed that 51 per cent of the population approve of cosmetic surgery.

This is a minor increase on the 48 per cent who felt this way last year.

Meanwhile, Gemma Gorvall from Peterborough, also 24, told the paper the she had cosmetic surgery at the Harley Medical Group to increase her bust size.

Ms Gorvall explained the after the surgery, "what most people noticed was the change in me and my smile, rather than the fact I had bigger boobs".

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