'I love you as you are': Penny Lancaster reveals husband Rod Stewart persuaded her not to have cosmetic surgery after breastfeeding their two sons left her feeling insecure
She shares sons Aiden and Alastair with husband Rod Stewart - and Penny Lancaster revealed her insecurities after breastfeeding led her to visit a cosmetic surgeon.
Talking to Loose Women on Thursday, she revealed that the iconic crooner encouraged her to embrace her natural side which filled her with confidence.
She said: 'They did this camera sweep around my body and said, "This is what your boobs would look like if you did this or that."
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'I love you as you are': Penny Lancaster told Loose Women on Thursday that husband Rod Stewart persuaded her not to have cosmetic surgery
In love with her: She revealed that the iconic crooner encouraged her to embrace her natural side which filled her with confidence - pictured with her husband in October
'And then he said to me, "I have one really important question. Are you happy with the rest of your body?"
And I said: "Well, I'd probably want to lose a few more pounds here and there." And then he said, "Well go away and do that because if you start on one thing, you'll want another."
She continued: 'I was seriously thinking about getting them done but Rod said, "Look, darling, if you decide to do that to your body then I'd support you but I love them the way they are."'
Penny, 45, said that when she was modelling in her 20s, she probably felt less secure than she does now.
She added: 'My early 30s were when I felt the best but I feel great now.'
She said: 'I went to the doctors once [for a breast lift consultation after breastfeeding left her feeling insecure]. The doctor asked me if I was planning on changing any other procedures and he advised me to do those things beforehand'
Fellow panellist Ayda Field also admitted it took her a while to get used to her changing body shape after giving birth.
She said: 'Rob [Williams] was really supportive, too. Your body does loads of really weird psychedelic stuff after you give birth and you have to get your head round it.
'He would always say to me, "You're amazing," which helps. I wish they would have mood lighting when you try on bathing suits. Things are not the same as they were.'
Penny said she and Rod work hard to make sure they keep things fresh in their relationship.
She continued: Rod, 72, was incredibly loving and supportive though and said: 'You can do this if you want to, but I love you as you are'
It's completely natural: Fellow panellist Ayda Field also admitted it took her a while to get used to her changing body shape after giving birth
She said: 'We never go more than ten days apart and when he's away with work, I get the best of both worlds because I get to see the girls.
'But he always makes sure that we spend special moments together, so we might drop the kids off and go for a nice breakfast together to reconnect.
Kaye Adams said: 'I am guilty of letting things slip and being too busy. You'll have to send Rod round.
What a woman: Penny showed off her natural beauty on the day as she posed for some pictures backstage
Looking good: She teamed a white sleeveless blouse with a burgundy leather mini skirt
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