Gwynne Paltrows first breast implant has been removed and she will no longer wear one, after having her surgery at London’s Royal Victoria Hospital.
The actor, who has starred in such films as ‘Spartacus’, ‘Gone Girl’ and ‘The Lady in the Van’, told the Today show on Monday that her breast augmentation was a “complete failure” and she does not regret her decision.
“I did the best I could with it,” she said.
“I was going to have to have the implants taken off because I’m so big and I’m such a small girl, so it just wasn’t an option.”
The actor added: “It wasn’t like I was in any danger, it was just the surgery was so horrible.”
It’s not your fault. “
The doctors said, ‘No, no, no’.
The surgery, which was carried out by Dr Paul Raff, was described by her mother, Rose Paltrie, as “extremely painful and traumatic”.”
It was really horrible.”
The surgery, which was carried out by Dr Paul Raff, was described by her mother, Rose Paltrie, as “extremely painful and traumatic”.
The actress said she has felt like “a prisoner” ever since.
She said: “When I first went through it, I was so angry.
It was like, ‘What am I doing?’
I felt like I couldn’ t breathe, I felt so weak, and I didn’ t know how I was going through it.”
Then the day of the operation I was just so angry and I was like: ‘Oh my God, I just did it, it just happened’.
“I think it’s just been an addiction.”
Dr Raff said he had made a “huge mistake” with the procedure, adding: “My mistake is I’ve lost a lot of confidence and I feel like I’m just completely lost.”
This has not been a good decision.
I think I have lost a bit of self-esteem.
“She said the implants have been removed to protect the actress’ “safety and privacy”.
Dr Raffe added: ‘The implants will not be removed, but the breast can’t be healed.’
There will be no further operation.
We have taken the risks of this surgery seriously.’
She said she was “really proud” of her decision, adding that her mother had been supportive of the decision.
Ms Paltries mother said she would not let it stop her from wearing her breast, and that she would never wear a breast pump again.”
The implants are a big part of my life and I don’t want them to stop me,” she added.”
They’re very comfortable and they don’t hurt.
“It’s not a decision I’ve made lightly.”
Rose will never be able to say goodbye to them, I will never know what a beautiful breast is.
“My hope is that it brings more happiness to her life and she can carry on doing what she loves.”
Dr Paltrees surgery comes less than a month after the singer revealed her plans to be the face of the new Nike ad campaign featuring her on the new “Loving” music video.
The singer was the first celebrity to be featured in the ad, which has already been downloaded 1.6 million times and received nearly 6 million views.
She revealed that she is also filming a new documentary and plans to make a film for Nike about her new breast.
Dr Peltries new operation has been hailed as a “big step forward” for women around the world, with Ms Paltries daughter, daughter-in-law and her husband among those who have thanked her for her decision to have an implant removed.