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Kelly Brook 'embracing curves'

Published 29/06/2013

Kelly Brook
Kelly Brook

Kelly Brook is "emotionally eating" thanks to her relationship woes with boyfriend Danny Cipriani.

Kelly reportedly felt humiliated by boyfriend Danny Cipriani after her revealed in a recent interview that he has no plans to "get down on one knee" and ask for her hand in marriage.

The brunette beauty's curvier figure is said to be a result of her relationship woes, but pals say the actress is accepting of her fuller frame.

"Kelly's an emotional eater and recent problems with Danny have made her feel unsettled. She's been comfort eating heavy carbs like pizza, chips and bread," the insider told British magazine Closer.

"Although she's not entirely happy with her bigger bum and tummy and would like to tone up a bit, she has always embraced her curves.

"Her weight fluctuates a lot and she believes you can't live on a diet. She's said that, when she wants to start a health kick, she'll hire a personal trainer to get back to her model best."

Kelly is famed for her fabulous curves, and regularly flaunts them in bikinis or figure-hugging attire. The star has previously spoken about how she is happy to use her best assets to further her opportunities.

“I’m not going to be in a Mike Leigh film, looking like death and with a needle hanging out of my arm. And if I’ve been blessed with a commodity that can open up my world why not use it?” she revealed.

“Embrace it. I can’t run fast like Usain Bolt. I can’t sing like Mariah Carey. So if people are interested in my body, then OK, that’s that. I’m not going to fight against it.”

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