Former WAG Abby Gilmore has opened up on her breast augmentation two weeks after surgery, saying she’s happier now than she’s been in a long time – and her ‘new man’ is a fan of her new look.
In an article for Kidspot, the 24-year-old, from Melbourne, touched on her reasoning for going under the knife and how her confidence had improved as a result.
‘I feel really confident now, in the person I am because of all the tools and life lessons I have learnt and in order to complete the process I needed to fix my boobs,’ she penned touchingly.
‘They are the only part of my I did not love.’
The Melbourne mum revealed her boob job had given her back her confidence
Abby with her daughter Arlo (pictured). She said her body changed after the birth of her two girls.
The mother-of-two who split from Western Bulldogs player Jake Stringer last year, also revealed that over the course of the last nine months she’d been working hard to build herself back up to a ‘happy, bubbly, confident person again’.
While she said her breast surgery was entirely motivated by wanting to look her best for herself, Abby also revealed there is a new man in her life – Leighroy, 27.
The Melbourne mum shared an Instagram snap of herself looking coupled-up with Leighroy, and wrote how he loves her ‘for all my flaws.’
‘Leigh appreciated what my body had gone through and in no way contributed to me wanting my boobs done. This was something I was doing for ME,’ she wrote.
Abby (pictured left) shared a snap of herself looking coupled up with with new man, Leighroy (pictured right)
Although, it’s unclear how the couple met – the pair have been posting several happy snaps together on social media.
And it seems Abby’s ‘new man’ is as pleased by her enhancements as she is.
‘Well, I am so happy I honestly could cry if I think about it too much – and my new man? Well yeah, he’s pretty chuffed,’ Abby wrote.
He has even labelled the stunning blonde a ‘milf’ in one of his posts. The phrase is slang used to describe a sexually attractive ‘Mother I’d Like to F***’.
Speaking previously on her surgery, Abby said she’s struggled with how her body had changed after the birth of her two children.
Abby (pictured left) revealed Leigh (pictured right) is as happy with her new enhancements as she is
‘I loved every bit of me that changed, except my boobs. I have curves I love, wide hips that carried my babies safely in there, but I now have boobs that look nothing like they used to,’ Abby wrote for Kidspot at the time.
‘As much as I’ve embraced my imperfections and I’ve been able to move forward, there are still things that when I stand in front of the mirror that I would like to match the work I’ve done on the inside.’
In a bid to encourage other women to live as confidently as possible, Abby spoke candidly about why it was important for own her choice to have surgery.
In a bid to encourage other women to live as confidently as possible, Abby spoke candidly about why it was important for own her choice to have surgery
She wrote that she believes that the pressure people feel to be perfect contributes to an idea that if they do make changes, it’s necessary to be secretive.
Instead she advocates for a more open approach and offering some honest insight as to how she felt about the issue of self-acceptance.
‘Having my boobs done hasn’t made me any less, me.
‘Being hurt by a man, the father of my children made me less me.
‘I made changes and sought professional help to fix that.’