She’s a model and fashion designer who paraded her impossible physique on The Bachelor and I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here!

But while Laurina Fleure will gamely flaunt her 34-24-37 vital statistics to the envy of women and desire of countless men, she’s not immune from suffering bouts of insecurity and regrets having a boob job.

The 31-year-old admits her C cups are “too big” and “no longer fashionable” and her critical mother left her feeling so insecure about her big ears she had them pinned back when she was 19.

“I went up from a B cup to a C cup and they are a little bit too big and aren’t as natural looking as I would like,” she told the Daily Telegraph.

“I am considering going back down to a B cup. Boobs are out of fashion right now.”

Laurina is fronting a new campaign Celebrity Shopping, Reality Prices for online fashion outlet Brands Exclusive in images that show her flaunting her best angles but for years she walked tilting her head to hide her sticky out ears.

“I had my ears pinned back when I was 19 because they used to stick out,” she says, adding, “when I was about six years old, my mum used to stand behind me in the mirror and hold her hands over my ears.

“It went on for years and one day I said ‘Why do you do that?’ and she said ‘I just want to see what you would look like without those big ears.’

“I walked around for the next 15 years with my head on a tilt, trying to disguise that I had these big ears.

“She probably never meant to hurt me, but we don’t realise how impressionable and vulnerable we are while we’re developing.”

The 5ft 6 in model, who was born with a twisted intestine and now has a prominent scar along her abdomen post bowl surgery, is the most confident she has been since she began modelling at the age of 19.

She admits she is not adverse to Botox, a few “cheeky nip and tucks”, lipo on her armpits to remove sweat glands and laser to erase her freckles.

She says she would have more work done when she starts looking older ideally “without making myself look worse.”

“The thing about plastic surgery is that it enhances your looks. So if you look good and feel great, it’s going to amplify that.

“It’s taken me a lot of years to separate my self-worth from my looks but I’m at my most confident now.

“There’s nothing wrong with fixing that thing but it might not make you any happier about the way you look.

“When you see these women with these enhanced faces, it’s actually a modern look.”

She ‘tripled” her Botox injections when she first began dating younger businessman Lewis Romano saying: “I had to up my Botox because I was getting serious laugh lines from just being in stitches all the time.”

The Melbourne-based fashionista, whose clothes line Pialia is sold on Brands Exclusive, advises dating women to wear baby pink on a first date.

“It’s the most romantic colour because it reminds us of the female anatomy, so it is subliminally quite sensual and very arousing.

“We go pink down there and our mouths plump up and gets flushed from the flow of blood when we kiss.

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