Ferne McCann is "devastated" she has to wait at least six months before she can have a boob job.

Ferne McCann

Ferne McCann

The 'First Time Mum' star has made no secret of that fact she hates her breasts since giving birth to her daughter Sunday six months ago because she thinks they resemble "spaniels' ears" but she's heartbroken that there's nothing she can do about them until she's 12 months postpartum.

Speaking to 'Real Housewives of Cheshire' star Tanya Bardsley on her show last night (16.05.18), Ferne said as she admired the brunette beauty's bosoms: "I wanna get mine done."

Tanya replied: "I had mine done after eight months [of delivering], and I think mine went wrong because you're still milked up. It looked like something off 'Embarrassing Bodies'. Wait a year."

Ferne, 27, then told the camera with a huge sigh: "The devastating news if I did wanna get a boob job, I can't get one for another six months. Saggy t*ts."

Meanwhile, the former 'The Only Way is Essex' star recently admitted she is trying to wean Sunday off the boob and on to formula milk because she's finding it really hard holding down a full-time job, being a single mother and trying to breastfeed her little girl day and night.

She said recently: "I've really tried to stop breastfeeding but when she's awake in the middle of the night, if she does wake up it's quite easy. I think I need to go cold turkey. I say I'm her human dummy because it's a comfort thing. I'm trying to wean her off the boob. When she stays with my mum she doesn't need the boob, it's just for comfort...

"I didn't want to breastfeed at first but it's so normalised for me. My mum did it, my sister it. I don't have a strong opinion on breastfeeding older children. I just think whatever works for you. It really doesn't bother me the way it does other people. If Tamara Ecclestone wants to breastfeed Sophia till she's three, that's fine. But breastfeeding is a full time job but when you're a single mum and a working mum you don't have time to do it. But whatever you want to do."

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