Feb 23 2013, 12:49pm CST | by Luigi Lugmayr
"Even when I was a teenager, I was curvier than everyone else. That's just the way I've been built. There's nothing I can do about it and there's nothing I want to do about it - it's just me. I've learnt to embrace it, accept it and make it work for me," she added.
But she is okay with it, and believes she is a good role model for young women because she is so comfortable with her natural shape.
"There aren't many great role models out there for women - a lot of girls get too skinny and have a lot of surgery. I don't think that sends out the right message. There aren't many girls that are 100 per cent natural. I don't have surgery, I don't starve myself. I just try to stay healthy and be true to myself. That's the best way," she said.
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