Lauren Goodger's mum told her she was fat
Lauren Goodger has admitted her mother Cheryl encouraged her lack of body confidence when she was younger because she told her she was fat
Lauren Goodger's mother told her she was fat.
The former 'The Only Way is Essex' star - who has recently dropped four stone in weight - has claimed her body confidence issues stemmed from her childhood after her mum Cheryl told her she had body dysmorphic disorder.
Speaking on 'Loose Women,' she said: "My mum once said to me, 'You know you get the skinny girls that think they're fat, you're fat but think you're skinny.' Body dysmorphia."
The brunette beauty has always had a turbulent relationship with her mother - who sent her to live with her father when she was just four years old due to postnatal depression - and Cheryl's made no secret of the fact she dislikes the way Lauren - who has had a nose job, boob job and Botox injections - has altered her physical appearance.
Speaking in 2014 when Lauren took part in 'Celebrity Big Brother', she said: "[Lauren] was so pretty. I don't like the big lips. I wish she'd stop. I'm not against her having her nose done though. But she really didn't need a boob job."
However, Lauren, 29, now feels comfortable in her body after shrinking five dress sizes and is looking forward to slipping into a skimpy bikini over the summer for a girls' holiday.
She said recently: "I haven't been on a girls' holiday in four years because I didn't feel comfortable. Now I can't wait to book one!I want to be naked every day! I'd definitely be up for nude shoots now while I'm young and haven't got kids."