With so many celebrities going under the knife these days in order to achieve a larger, perkier bust line, it's almost hard to imagine that there are women in Hollywood who don't have fake boobs -- and don't seem to mind one bit. And I'm not talking about the ladies whose gene pools make them naturally blessed with ample, silicone-free bosoms. Nope -- there are plenty of lovely A-listers who are perfectly content with their A-cup or barely B-cup breasts , and they are just as gorgeous as their larger busted peers. Take Katie Holmes , for example.
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Affecting one out of every four girls, the brutal practice of " breast ironing " is on the rise in the African country of Cameroon. The procedure -- which involves the flattening of a young girl's growing breasts with hot stones, coconut shells and other objects -- is considered a way to curb the country's staggering number of teenage pregnancies, particularly high in rural areas, as well as limit the risk of sexual assault. According to a new report by CurrentTV , Cameroonian mothers believe breast ironing will protect their daughters from becoming pregnant and being assaulted in that it will postpone their development and men will not be enticed by their breasts.
Miss Knightley, who has described her naturally small breasts as 'pecs', has confessed that her busty transformation is all down to make-up. The slightly built year-old Atonement actress shot to worldwide fame in the blockbuster Pirates Of The Caribbean - with breasts spilling over the tight corset she wore in the role of Elizabeth Swann. But it was all an illusion, made possible by the film-studio art of "bosom make-up". It is a skill from Hollywood's golden age that fell out of favour with the advent of silicone enhancement. She said the process of creating the cleavage took 45 minutes every morning before filming started.