Swedish Model Natasha Crown Reveals Her Life’s Purpose

Swedish Model Natasha Crown Reveals Her Life’s Purpose
  • PublishedJuly 24, 2018

22-year-old Swedish glamour model, Natasha Crown has revealed that her life’s purpose is to eventually become the woman with the biggest butt in the world.

According to the model who is from Gothenburg, to make that happen, she’s been gorging on a high-calorie diet.

She disclosed that she has been feasting on pizza and pasta as well as six kilos of Nutella every month in order to gain as much weight as possible. Natasha also gorges on chocolate sundaes and huge meals to deliberately pile on the pounds, then has fat removed from elsewhere on her body and used to further plump up her bum. So far, she has had three butt lift procedures.

According to the model, the first thing she does in the morning is to examine her butt in the mirror.

“I definitely want bigger,” she has said in spite of her already very large butt.

Speaking to The Sun, she said: “The more I gain the better the bum will be. I’ll do whatever it takes to have the world’s biggest bum.”

“I was 20 when I had my first procedure and yes, I would say I’m obsessed,” she previously said in 2017.

“The first thing I do in the morning is go to the mirror and look at my bum. Maybe I have body dysmorphia or something but I don’t feel like it is even that big. I definitely want bigger.”

The 24-year-old grew up as a happy child in Gothenburg and says she was always very outgoing and popular.

“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 have had three butt lifts as well as boob jobs and I also have [lip] 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. That is the best feeling I think. My bum makes me feel sexy and makes me feel powerful.”

Natasha’s parents have regularly pleaded with her to stop altering her body, worrying that her pursuit of the perfect body is doing untold damage.

She said: “They think about my health and tell me to think about the future, will I ever have a family of my own and things like that. It is difficult for them to see me change. Sometimes they have been very cruel and said things like, ‘you look like a cow.’ They don’t understand why I am doing this and I say to them: ‘How can you speak to your own daughter like that?’

“Eventually, I just had to say: ‘Ok, you think that, but I am going to continue because this is for me and it makes me happy.’ ”


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