Geordie Shore’s Holly Hagans breasts ‘trebled to double Fs’ despite reduction

Holly Hagan-Blyth has revealed her breasts have tripled in size during the first trimester of her pregnancy.

The Geordie Shore star, who is expecting her first child with footballer husband Jacob, admitted she was struggling to cope with the rapid change after undergoing a breast reduction to drop three cup sizes to a DD in 2018.

Speaking exclusively to OK! , she said: “I do not want my boobs to get any bigger because they’ve trebled in size since the news.

“Jacob didn’t see it at first – I was like, ‘Jacob please look’ and I put this bra on that I wore in Ibiza.

"It was like old Holly with the double-Fs. They were huge and I love small boobs – I think they’re so in and trendy and that’s why I had a reduction.”

Holly said the change had made her question whether she’ll want to breastfeed when the little one arrives as they’ll only get bigger. Her Geordie Shore co-stars Charlotte Crosby, who gave birth to her first child, daughter Alba Jean with boyfriend Jake Ankers in October, and Marnie Simpson, mum to Oax and Rox with fiancé Casey Johnson, opted not to breastfeed.

She added: “If you breastfeed, milk will come in and they’ll get even bigger. My mum didn’t breastfeed, so I haven’t got her to ask her. Marnie and Charlotte didn’t breastfeed.

“I’ve got a lot of people who say to me, ‘Don’t do it if you want your sleep and your partner to be able to help out. I just don’t know if I want to be a milkmaid.

“There are huge benefits and I’ll definitely think about it. But I turned out OK and I was bottlefed.”

Holly, who has over 4 million followers on Instagram, conceded that whatever she chooses it would likely be met with online backlash. The reality star, who wed Jacob in a stunning Ibiza ceremony in June, vowed to block any trolls who aired their negativity as she prepared for first time motherhood – especially if her baby is a target.

She said: “Whatever I decide I know there’s going to be controversy either way. If I decide to do a non-medicated homebirth, or a C-section, if I breastfeed or bottle feed, people will say something. I’m pretty loose with the block button anyway – you only have to give me one bit of unsolicited advice in the wrong tone and you will be blocked!”

“I think that everybody is really kind when people are pregnant. Even seeing Charlotte post her pictures after she’s given birth, and she said she’s still got a bump, and the amount of praise she got for just being honest and open. I know that I’m not alone in that.

“When it comes to that point where I’m like, ‘I’ve just given birth to a baby, I don’t feel at home in my body,’ I know that the majority of the women who have given birth will have felt like that at some point. But I do worry about the trolling of the baby – people can just be mean can’t they?”


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