Story By: Jonathan Macias, Sub Editor: Joseph Golder, Agency: Central European News
Argentina’s sexiest weather girl Sol Perez has revealed what ops she has undergone to achieve her jaw-dropping curves.
The 26-year-old bombshell was interviewed on the Argentine talk show ‘Incorrectas’ on America TV when she admitted she did not always have the spellbinding body she regularly flaunts on Instagram for her 5.1 million followers.
Perez told the host Moira Casan: “I was really thin, I weighed 45 kilogrammes (7 stone) and obviously the change started when I hit the gym. People usually tell me I look smaller in real life than on TV, and yes, because I am small.”
When asked about plastic surgery, the blonde stunner said: “When I was eight years old my brother broke my nose. We jumped into a swimming pool together and he hit me with his head.
As well as a nose job, the weather girl revealed that she has also had her boobs boosted.
Perez said: “I also did my boobs, but nothing else. I was like an ironing board, they were very small.
“If it was up to me, I would have had huge boobs, but luckily I have my mum around. She told me ‘no Sol, if you do it you will regret it’.”
Earlier this week, Perez shared a snap of her baring her pert bum in the garden while enjoying a stretch in skimpy underwear.
Instagram follower ‘TaroFernandez’ said: “My only comment is what a beautiful bum.”
Earlier in February, Perez wowed her army of online followers in a revealing ruby dress on the red carpet while attending a lavish awards show.
The gorgeous weather girl was attending the ‘Estrella de Mar’ (‘Sea Star’) Awards in the coastal city of Mar del Plata in the eastern Argentine province of Buenos Aires.
In the clip, Perez struts along the red carpet towards the camera before pausing to perform a twirl to show off her fetching outfit and enviable curves.
She accompanied the video with the message: “Look at this dress!”
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