She's shed three stone and dropped from a size 16 to a svelte size 10.
But Geordie Shore star Holly Hagan says her weight loss hasn't affected her the way it should have done, and has in fact left her shy and embarrassed about her figure.
Holly, 20, is now planning to go under the surgeon's knife once again to have her breasts redone, after the weight loss saw her go down from a 32FF to a DD.
'Shy and embarrassed': Geordie Shore star Holly Hagan has stripped off for a new photoshoot after losing three stone, but says the weight loss has meant she will have to get her breasts redone
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The pretty redhead made the admission as she stripped off to recreate Botticelli's painting The Birth Of Venus for Now magazine.
She said: 'It's quite embarrassing - I don't get my boobs out any more and it's what I was known for. I thought losing weight would make me happy, but it's destroyed something I paid a lot of money for.
'With my first operation I went from a 32D to a 32FF. It was a big change. But they've gone down to a DD now. It's not about the size increase - I'm probably only going to go up to an E - it's about them looking lifted.
A true Geordie lass! Holly clutches a bottle of Newcastle Brown Ale as she shows off the results of her weight loss
The full interview appears in this week's Now magazine
'I'm afraid to take my bra off. Because the implants are outside the muscle, there's nothing really supporting them except skin. It feels like they've sunk, They don't look good at all.'
Holly added that it was a picture of herself eating a kebab which first prompted her to lose weight.
She said: 'I thought I looked nice that nice but when I saw the photo I cried for hours. It was absolutely disgusting.
'That was the photo that made me lose weight. I've got it on my phone now and I look at it to see what I don't want to go back to.
'I was 13st and a size 16. I'm now 10st and a size 10.'
Holly also took the opportunity to talk about her relationship with her Geordie Shore co-star James Tindale, admitting that she found it difficult when James revealed he was more interested in her after she had lost the weight.
She said: 'People shouldn't be judged on how they look or on first impressions. The lads in Geordie Shore just judge girls for their looks or on first impressions.
'The lads in Geordie Shore just judge girls for their looks. Well, I'm not perfect and I never will be.'
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