Amy Childs' breast implants came away from chest

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 18 October 2016
Amy Childs

Amy Childs

Amy Childs was left hospitalised recently after her breast implant came away from her chest and began to fill with fluid

Amy Childs was rushed to hospital after her breast implants "came away from her chest."

The former 'The Only Way is Essex' star went under the knife when she was 18 years old to take her AA-cup bosoms to a 30EE and then again four years later to give them a lift but she has admitted she deeply regrets altering her look because it's left her in agony.

She said: "They're massive. I get backache and I have to wear a supportive bra. Recently my mum had to take me to hospital because I had so much pain in one boob. I had a scan, and the implant was coming away from the wall of my chest. It was filled with fluid."

However, the 26-year-old beauty is adamant she doesn't want to have another operation to correct her loose implant as she wants them taken out when she has children anyway.

Speaking to new! magazine, she explained when asked if she'd have corrective surgery: "I just think, 'Do I wanna do that?' No.' But when I have children, I'll probably have to take them out and have an uplift. If I'd never touched my body, I wouldn't have to go through this."

The raven-haired star - who has also have Botox and veneers - isn't against beautifying procedures but is adamant she'll never go "overboard" on her lip fillers again.

She said: "I get really upset when people say my lips are wonky. I haven't had my lips done for ten months! I wouldn't go overboard like I did two years ago. I looked like a freak."

Since her ordeal, although Amy is still heading to the salon to keep her looking preened, she is on a mission to warn young people about the dangers of cosmetic surgery.

She said recently: "I go to colleges now and the girls say, 'Oh I want my boobs done' and I say to them you have to really think about it, go to the right surgeon, have a consultation. But coming from me to these young girls, I say, 'don't do it.' "

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