'Kelly Brook has made a living out of showing her body off – and perhaps less from her brains': Ulrika Jonsson is unimpressed with 'all-natural' model
With stunning looks and a flawless figure that's 'all-natural', it's hardly surprising that some women would envy Kelly Brook.
But after the TV presenter slammed celebrities for revealing they have been under the knife, she appears to have made a few enemies.
In an open letter to Kelly, Ulrika Jonsson – who has in the past admitted to surgery – gives her a piece of her mind.
War of words: Ulrika Jonsson has written an open letter to Kelly Brook after she slammed celebrities for revealing they had surgery
The 44-year-old wrote in The Sun: 'You possess the perfect female form – of course you're happy with your body!
'Little wonder then that you've made a living out of showing your body off – and perhaps less from your brains.'
The mother-of-four also accused Kelly of being insensitive to other women.
'A Porsche bitching about a Reliant Robin': Ulrika accuses Kelly of being insensitive to other women
Ulrika wrote: 'To hear you lambasting women less happy with their body, who have opted
for surgery, is like a Porsche bitching about a Reliant Robin.
Under the knife: Ulrika had a 6,000 breast reduction and lift after having children
of us weren't born with the fabulous genes you've inherited.'
Ulrika also goes on to warn Kelly of what Mother Nature has in store for her if she has children.
The presenter explained how she had to have a breast reduction after her cup size expanded to 36I.
She states celebrities talking openly about surgery is honest and a positive influence on women, who are often duped into believing stars achieve their look simply through diet and exercise.
Of the procedure, Miss Jonsson said at the time: 'The best thing was that my “new” breasts were actually my old ones, recycled . . . I feel like I've got the breasts of a 16-year-old.'
Ulrika's outrage comes after 32-year-old Kelly last week slammed celebrities for 'devaluing women'.
She told The Telegraph: 'I can't bear the fact that girls these days think you have to be thin to be beautiful and successful.
'I'm not thin. I don't starve myself.
'I don't look at my face and body and think I need surgery or a boob job or a bum lift.
makes me very angry when women in the public eye talk about what work
they've had done, because it makes other women feel devalued.'