Chelsea Charms, the dancer with the world’s largest breasts, claims her 40lb bosoms don’t hurt her back, despite being equivalent to two watermelons. Her journey began with a natural D cup but took a turn when she aimed to become a professional exotic dancer.
She said for This Morning in 2011: “I developed early, I had my D cups all through high school and during those years I kind of covered up and was self-conscious about them being big. It wasn’t until I was out of high school I learned to appreciate curves.”
“I didn’t plan on going this big, that just happened on its own. But I wanted to be big when I decided in the States I wanted to be a professional exotic dancer,” added Chelsea Charms.
Standing at 5ft 3ins, Chelsea embarked on her breast enhancement journey. Her first surgery took her to a DD cup, followed by a second surgery to become an HH cup.
But it was a polypropylene string breast implant, banned later on, that caused her breasts, lovingly named Itsy and Bitsy, to gradually grow. Dr. Anthony Youn warned of the cartoonish enlargement these implants could lead to.
While Chelsea Charmsmaintains her “queen of boobs” status on Instagram, she acknowledges the need for eventual reduction and diligently performs back exercises.
She said to the hosts: “I do a lot of back exercises to take care of my back. I can’t have them forever and I will reduce them in the future.”
In the world of extreme breast augmentation, Chelsea has competition from a German model, Beshine, who believes “bigger is better” with her 10,000cc saline implants.
However, the true champion of natural breasts is Annie Hawkins-Turner, boasting the largest breasts globally, which continue to grow. Despite taunts from strangers, she refuses to undergo reduction surgery, captivating an ever-expanding fan base with her remarkable journey.