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Former Miss NI Rebecca Maguire hints at Playboy debut for new boobs

Stunning model tells of her delight after op - and hints that Playboy may be next

By Patricia Devlin

Published 12/04/2015

Rebecca Maguire photographed in River Medical in Belfast after having breast enlargement surgery.
Rebecca Maguire photographed in River Medical in Belfast after having breast enlargement surgery.
Rebecca Maguire
Rebecca Maguire

Former Miss Ireland Rebecca Maguire has opened up about her decision to have a boob job, saying: "I did it for me, no one else."

The stunning model from west Belfast, who recently went under the knife, said she was "delighted" with her new assets - and even said she wouldn't rule out posing for Playboy.

The 23-year-old said: "Well, I've had no offers yet, but Playboy would be great if it came my way. Why not?

"I wouldn't be shy about it and my family would be right behind me.

"I do lingerie and swimwear modelling. This will open doors for me but I still want to practice pharmacy."

Opening up about her decision to have breast implants, Rebecca, who lives in Andersontown with her mum and dad, revealed how she was teased at school over the size of her chest.

"I was teased by friends getting changed for PE - they called me 'No Boobs' and stuff like that.

"It was a joke with a jag and by the time I was in my 20s I knew there was no hope in that area for me!"

Boosted from a 30A cup to a size C cup, Rebecca added: "I'm delighted with them. No more chicken fillets, they're horrible!"

She told the Belfast Telegraph yesterday: "I know it's still sort of a taboo thing, especially when you're a woman in the public eye.

"There's so much stigma attached to women who get work done - but not for men. It's not fair.

"And when you're in the public eye, it can be even more negative.

"I just wanted to boost my confidence a little and everyone was delighted for me - even my Granny Maguire.

"She was really on for it, and once Granny Maguire gives her stamp of approval, that's it!"

 

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