Ulrika Jonsson has revealed that she once asked a plastic surgeon for "Kate Moss breasts".
Jonsson, 55, spilled the beans in a column in The Sun in which she praised the cover girl for stripping off to promote her new wellness brand CosMoss.
"At 48, Moss doesn’t look half bad, does she?" she wrote.
"I mean, we don’t all have her vital statistics (even though I did ask my cosmetic surgeon for a pair of 'Kate Moss breasts' when I went for a breast reduction 13 years ago)."
"Her body, if you ask me, is nothing short of divine," she added.
The TV star, who has become something of an advocate for body positivity and embracing what you have, also said that she was a fan of nudity and she praised Moss for "normalising nakedness".
She said British people have always had "a somewhat constipated attitude" towards nakedness and that Moss had "stuck two fingers up at that old stifled British perception" of it.
Not much is known about Moss's wellness brand so far.
As she geared up to launch it, the model shared a black and white video on Instagram showing her strolling naked into a pond.
She wrote in the caption: "Mesmerising and magical.
"COSMOSS is self-care created for life’s modern journeys."
Another photo said that the brand would be "drawing on the extraordinary experience of Kate Moss".
The catwalk queen said that it was set to be unveiled on 1 September.
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