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Kimberley Walsh proud of “womanly” shape

Kimberley Walsh is proud of her Kimberley Walsh is proud of her "womanly" figure. File picture: Ian West/PA Wire

Friday, January 4, 2013
9:52 AM

Girls Aloud’s Kimberley Walsh is proud of her womanly shape as it makes her more confident and helps her feel sexier.

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The singer, who got to the final of Strictly Come Dancing 2012, is known for her stunning figure and although she finds it “hard” to see herself as a sex symbol, she does appreciate the fact that “womanly” shapes are more attractive than those of supermodels and believes that confidence is all in the mind.

She explained: “I find it hard to talk about myself being sexy, but I guess my shape is more womanly than the model look, and that’s sexier. I go with it; that’s how I am!

“But sexiness isn’t about how you look; it definitely comes from within. Yes, when you get dressed up you feel sexier, but it’s not like putting on a dress suddenly makes you feel sexy.

“You need to feel good about yourself first. And I do - physically I’m really fit, and I’m really happy.”

The 31-year-old beauty’s body is so popular that her bottom even has its own Twitter page called Kimberley’s Bum, which has nearly 3,000 followers, and her bandmate Nicola Roberts can’t resist a cheeky “squeeze”.

She joked: “It’s got a life of its own! Something about my bum was trending on Twitter recently and I was like, ‘Oh my god, you lot are crazy!’ Nicola loves to give my bum a squeeze too. She’s very toned and a completely different shape so she’s like, ‘It’s a sponge!’”

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