In a world where the issue of body-positivity and curvaceous figures are a regular subject of discussion, one woman has laid claim to having the world's biggest butt. However, unlike the woman who holds the world's biggest breasts , this woman's derriere is au naturel. Instagram is awash with plus-size models and fitness bloggers who are trying to change society's collective mind when it comes to the 'ideal' female figure. While it used to be the aspiration for many young girls to be skinny, size-zero, catwalk models, the likes of Iskra Lawrence and Tess Holliday are doing all that they can to change this.
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Instagram star Natasha Crown, 25, revealed her inch derriere is so large that she has broken 'chairs, beds and people' with it. A plus-sized model has revealed how she grew a six-and-a-half foot BUM in her quest to have the biggest in the world. Natasha Crown, 25, currently has an inch derriere - but says she wants to make it even bigger. She has had three Brazilian butt lift operations to enlarge her rear end.
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By Martha Cliff for MailOnline. A Swedish glamour model has been gorging on a high calorie diet in order to make her derriere the largest in the world. Natasha Crown, 24, from Gothenburg, whose aim in life is to have the biggest bum possible, has deliberately gained four stone in order to widen her behind, and insists its size makes her feel 'sexy and powerful'. And Natasha - who claims to have a 6ft wide bottom - has said she has been feasting on pizza and pasta as well as six kilos of Nutella every month some 15 jars in order to gain as much weight as possible. According to Natasha, who has had three butt lift procedures, the first thing she does in the morning is examine her bottom in the mirror, and despite her already eye-popping proportions, she has said: 'I definitely want bigger.
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