Katie Price 'can't survive' without big boobs
Katie Price's friend doesn't think she can "survive" without big boobs.
The 38-year-old former glamour model - who has children Harvey, 14, Junior, 11, and Princess, nine, from past relationships, and Jett, three, and Bunny, two, with husband Kieran Hayler - recently underwent her eighth boob job after returning to her natural bust size in 2015 for the first time in 16 years following medical complications with her last implants.
But instead of keeping her chest small, she impulsively opted for even bigger breasts, which are four times the size of regular bust enhancers.
Speaking about her bigger boobs, Mark Dolan - who co-hosted a three-hour show on Fubar Radio with Katie back in 2014 - told BANG Showbiz: "I knew she couldn't survive without the boobs. I was delighted to see her return to a healthy normal shape because I feel maybe we should roll with how we were born, but knowing Katie - her décolletage is just part of her persona so I think she felt naked without them. I
"It's like Winston Churchill without his cigar. They are her ultimate accessory and there was no way that she was going to be without them for long."
Katie has undergone a number of operations on her breasts in the past but Mark thinks she looks better than ever these days and is pleased her turbulent personal life - which has included three marriages and Kieran cheating on her with her best friend - has finally settled down.
He said: "She suffered terribly with the plastic surgery and her body has been a bit of a guinea pig over the years. I'm happy to see she is well now and happy romantically. She's never looked better and she's on fighting form and like anyone she deserves to be happy."
And he hasn't ruled out working with her again in the near future, but thinks it is too difficult for the 'Loose Women' star to make it work on a regular basis.
Mark, who currently hosts a breakfast show on Fubar Radio, added: "I'd always welcome Katie back with open arms. She does want to come back on the show but she's too over-subscribed. The problem is not only does she have so much going on - among countless children - she also lives miles away in East Sussex. It was 1.5 hours and quite a commitment for her to come in (to the London studio) but I'm pretty sure our paths will cross again."
Mark Dolan is hosting Audible Presents at Edinburgh Fringe - a series of free performances celebrating the art of spoken word comedy until 28 August, at the Pleasance Dome. For further information, visit https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/audible-presents