Nicole Richie, the star of the reality TV show “Candidly Nicole,” allegedly had her breasts done. That’s what the surgeons say. Despite no confirmation from Richie herself, her husband is allegedly in love with her new body.
Richie attended Daily Front Row’s 2016 Los Angeles Fashion Awards last Sunday, March 20. The “Candidly Nicole” star graced the red carpet by pulling off a plunging black lace Valentino gown with side cut-outs that extenuated her side boobs. When asked about her outfit, the 34-year-old responded, “I just wanted to be covered yet naked. That was my vibe,” reported Us Magazine.
It could be the dress, but does she looks like she has bigger chests? Yes, the critics said. Did she have those before? Could anyone remember her flaunting bigger chests? Surgeons opine that she looked like she had them done!
According to experts who spoke with Radar Online, Richie definitely had them done. Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, Dr. Sheila Nazarian, revealed that “Nicole appears to have had a breast augmentation.” However, the doctor was not the one to operate on the reality star.
She added, “She has more fullness now, and does not appear to have gained weight to account for this. She looks great.” Echoing her notion, Dr. Michael Salzhauer, also a plastic surgeon and more commonly known as Dr. Miami, said something about Richie’s enhancement. “Yes she had a boob job. The side-boob [gave] it away!”
Another expert, Zara Harutyunyan, D.O.M., R.N., of Cosmetic Rejuvenation, also said, “Nicole definitely appears to have had a breast augmentation. Probably silicone implants, either low or moderate profile.”
Other than her alleged operation, Richie also caught the attention of style critics, especially those from People. When asked about her bohemian-chic wardrobe, she responded, “I like to move. You never know when Beyonce’s ‘Total’ or Destiny’s Child’s ‘Bills Bills Bills’ is going to come on. You know?”
She then added, “I have to be able to move and dance and break out into the Roger Rabbit whenever necessary. So that’s the number one priority.”