Woman with the largest breasts in the world looking for love
By Mirror | June 29th 2015
USA: Having gigantic breasts may dominate daily life for Kristy Love, 37, but still the bubbly singleton embraces her body.
Getting ready for a girls’ night out, Kristy gathers up what she needs for the evening. Keys? Check. Mobile? Check. Lipstick and perfume? Good to go! But Kristy isn’t packing a handbag, she’s storing her essentials down her cleavage.
"I love my body,’ she chuckles. "My boobies are so big I can hide cans of Coke and even bottles of wine between them."
At size 48NN, Kristy’s boobs weigh over a stone EACH, the equivalent of carting round a two-year-old child all the time. Her role model is Dolly Parton. "Like me, she is proud of her babies, so I really look up to her," she grins.
"I want to find a man"
But American Kristy hasn’t always enjoyed being so well-endowed. Like the other women in her family, Kristy started developing, and wearing a B-cup bra, at just eight years old. By 12 she was a self-conscious D cup.
"I used to wear oversized jackets because I didn’t want the attention," she recalls. ‘Even the teacher said to me, 'Oh my gosh, you’re bigger than me!' which I hated. Some of the boys were nasty, they’d touch me and run away."
At high school, she landed the nickname "Boom Boom Kristy". Kids begged to see her boobs and she shied away from having a boyfriend. "They looked at me as a sex object," she says.
By the time she was an adult, and weighing 23st, Kristy was struggling to buy underwear and clothes to fit her whopping 48NN frame.
"I’d just burst out of any shirt with buttons on, and I had to go to a specialist shop to have bras made.
"They cost hundreds of dollars and only lasted three or four months because of wear and tear. The straps left a deep mark, and the tension of holding the weight up gave me neck ache, backache and a rash – I’d have to wear talcum powder under my boobs to prevent rubbing."
Kristy worked briefly as a masseuse, but was forced to stop when it became clear most over-excited clients expected more.
"I earned good money, up to £200 a time, but it was repulsive the way I kept being grabbed at. One guy got cross when I wouldn’t do any more than give him a basic massage."
Kristy turned to the online group BBW (Big Beautiful Women), who she credits for finally instilling her with body confidence.
"When I started seeing big, beautiful women like me showing off their sexy pictures, loving their bodies, wearing bikinis on the beach, it made me want to just be myself too."
And she has never looked back – nor has she worn a bra in the last 10 years.
"They just hang where they hang! And now I never have aches and pains."
Kristy’s size affects many aspects of her day-to-day life: car seat belts can be agony, she once burned her boob cooking on the stove, and one breast flopped in some bleach while cleaning her bath. People frequently take her picture at the supermarket, and Kristy needs a doctor to carry out routine breast checks as they’re too big to feel herself.
Yet despite all this, Kristy refuses to consider reduction surgery.
"I get so offended by that idea. Who in hell are other people to tell me what to do with my body? I’m 100% comfortable with my body, I don’t have a problem with it, society does!
"I have a beautiful body. Now I want to find a man who’s not just after a “booby call”. I need a man who can handle heavy equipment and lift these babies up! It’s time for me to find love."
"I've got the world's biggest hips"
Bootylicious Californian Mikel Ruffinelli, 39, is proud of her hips measuring 99 inches – or 8ft – all the way round.
Every time mum-of-four Mikel walks through a door, she enters sideways otherwise her gigantic hips won’t fit. She’s too big for a bath tub and has to stand sideways in the shower, or leave the door open.
She has to buy two seats together if she wants to travel by aeroplane, and she even takes her own chair – sturdy and armless – out to restaurants.
But rather than feel bad about her figure, Mikel (a UK size 22 on top and 30 on the bottom) sees it as a blessing.
"I look beautiful"
"I call them my 'diva hips' and I’m proud I am unique," she grins. "God made me different and gave me this journey to help others see what confidence looks like."
Mikel was born with lipedema, a condition that distributes fat in an irregular way. After each of her four children, she got wider and wider. But she insists she’s fit.
"I exercise with water aerobics, and I enjoy the beach. Sure, I get stares, but these folks with their issues don’t bother me. If I want to go to a restaurant I call ahead about seating – and if they can’t accommodate me, I bring my own chair," she shrugs.
"Yes, there are challenges, but I drive a car with a bench, and I have fabulous clothes made. These world-renowned hips deserve to look amazing!"
Hubby of 12 years Reggie adores her curves, and they renewed their vows last October. "I wanted to put on a gorgeous white gown and say, 'Look at me – I’m beautiful!' So I did."
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