A woman with a 6-foot wide bum is determined to keep it growing, so she can get the biggest bum in the world.
Natasha Crown, from Sweden, definitely has Kim Kardashian beat in the backside area, with a bum that measures 70 inches.
While it might seem unbelievable to a lot of people at the size it is already, the plus-sized model wants to put weight on so her bum will grow even bigger.
She is determined to have the biggest bum in the world.
At 5ft 10, the Swede currently weighs 21 stone, but Natasha has been told by doctors that to achieve her goal she must gain another four stone, and then the fat can be redistributed in her body.
In order to pile on the pounds, Natasha is now eating an abundance of pizza and pasta, as well as a whopping six kilos of Nutella each month, The Sun report.
Natasha earns her living from showing off her asset, selling pictures and videos to big bum enthusiasts. She also regularly posts pictures to her Instagram with the caption ‘#curvygirl’.
She has undergone numerous surgeries to change her body, after having her first procedure at 20 years old, and has admitted that she enjoys having the treatments.
Maybe I have body dysmorphia or something but I don’t feel like it is even that big. I definitely want bigger.
When I was a teenager and my body started to change – I got boobs, I got a bum. I just loved my body so much.
Since then I’ve had three Brazilian butt lifts (where fat is taken from other parts of the body before being injected into the buttocks) as well as boob jobs and I also have filler and lots of other procedures.
I just love the feel of having a big bum. When I walk, I feel all the jiggling, jiggling, jiggling and I start to feel horny with myself.
My bum makes me feel sexy and makes me feel powerful.
The prize for the world’s biggest bum currently goes to Mikel Ruffinelli, whose bum measures a whopping eight feet in circumference.
Speaking about how she was proud of her body, Mikel said:
I’m extreme, I have an extreme physique. I love my curves, I love my hips and I love my assets.
I think it’s very feminine to have curves. It makes us womanly, it makes us beautiful.
I rather be this size and happy, with me loving me, than to be skinny, that size, and be unhappy.
Natasha has some way to go before she can take the crown.
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Emily Brown first began delivering important news stories aged just 13, when she launched her career with a paper round. She graduated with a BA Hons in English Language in the Media from Lancaster University, and went on to become a freelance writer and blogger. Emily contributed to The Sunday Times Travel Magazine and Student Problems before becoming a journalist at UNILAD, where she works on breaking news as well as longer form features.