Golfer Paige Spiranac has insisted her 34DD boobs are real but fluctuate in size as she explained why her chest helps her play better.
The 27-year-old opened up about her breasts in a Q&A on her YouTube channel as she answered her most frequently asked questions. And after denying that her boobs are fake, Spiranac revealed that they actually help her on the green.
She said: “I do flaunt my cleavage, I don’t see anything wrong with it, I like the way my body looks. I’m young, I feel confident and like to feel sexy and I think I have a nice chest and I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that. If you want to show off certain things then go for it, I never thought that was an issue. My cleavage is always out, I don’t get offended by it when people ask me these questions because I am aware, I’m showing it off in a way.
“I do work really hard on my body, I spend a lot of hours in the gym and on my diet and I’m proud of how my body looks. My boobs are real. I’ve never had my breasts done. They are as real as they could be – they do fluctuate in size a lot. This is just a thing that happens for women. My breasts get larger depending on the time of the month, they can go up two cup sizes. Also, if I gain weight they get bigger, if I lose weight they get smaller. For the Sports Illustrated shoot I lost 17lbs and my chest dropped a couple cup sizes because of that.”
Spiranac – who recently opened up on her leaked naked photo hell – detailed how she deals with playing with large breasts. She said: “I stand stand a little bit away from it so I have a little bit more space with your arms over your chest. Once you get used to them just being in the way you’re fine, on the downswing or anything like that I never really notice it my chest, it’s just the set up. It’s never an issue, they’re just kind of there. Putting, chipping, really anything else you’re pretty much set. And actually, I think it kind of helps because my arms are so connected I feel them touching petty much all the time. So you do feel connected instead of having that excessive space, so I use it to help me.”
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