This recent article featured four amazing women who live with significant changes to their body.
Christina Earle writes: “Whether it’s wobbly thighs, small boobs or a mummy tummy, many women don’t like how they look. But spare a thought for these four girls. Each has a body secret that would hit most people’s confidence — but they don’t let it get in the way of living their lives to the full.”
Kim Feast has been a member of Flat Friends since June 2015 and was interviewed and photographed for the piece. She follows in the footsteps of other Flat Friends who contributed to a Sun feature in October 2015.
Here is Kim’s part of the article, photo is property of News Group Newspapers Ltd:
KIM FEAST, 32, needed a double mastectomy in 2014. She has two sons, Jack, five, and two-year-old Charlie, and lives with husband David, 37, an electrician, in Farnborough, Hants.
She says: “I had stage three breast cancer in my right breast and had a mastectomy. Then three months later doctors found a cancerous lump in my other boob and I needed to lose it too. I decided not to have a reconstruction as I couldn’t cope with any more operations.