‘My boobs just kept growing’: Salma Hayek reveals how her breast size increased over the years

Hollywood actress Salma Hayek, whose breasts have often been a hot topic, recently opened up on their increasing size.

Salma, who is often asked if she’s had them augmented, told Jada Pinkett Smith on the episode of “Red Table Talk”, that her breasts started growing significantly once she hit menopause.

The 54-year-old said, "For some women they get smaller, but there are some women that when you gain weight, your boobs grow. In some cases, in menopause, they grow again, and I just happen to be one of those women that it happened in every single step -- when I gain weight, when I got pregnant, and when I'm in menopause.”

“A lot of people say that I had breast augmentation. I don't blame them. My boobs were smaller, so was the rest of my body. They have just kept growing, many, many sizes. And my back has been really suffering from it. And not a lot of people talk about this,” she added.

On work front, Salma will reprise her role of Sonia Kincaid in the upcoming action comedy "Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard", sequel to the 2017 hit "The Hit Man's Bodyguard".

The 54-year-old plays is cast alongside Ryan Reynolds, Samuel L. Jackson, Antonio Banderas and Morgan Freeman in the sequel.

Salma will also be seen in Marvel's "The Eternals", which also stars Angelina Jolie, Madden, Kit Harington, Kumail Nanjiani, Lauren Ridloff, Brian Tyree Henry, Barry Keoghan and Don Lee.

The film is about beings with superpowers called The Celestials, and their villainous adversaries, The Deviants, in a war set millions of years ago.

Salma is currently shooting for Ridley Scott’s “House of Gucci,” starring Lady Gaga, Adam Driver, Jared Leto, Al Pacino, Jack Huston, Jeremy Irons and Reeve Carney.

The film will focus on the murder of fashion trailblazer Maurizio Gucci, with Gaga playing Patrizia Reggiani, Gucci's former wife who was convicted of orchestrating his death after discovering he had an affair.

The story about the Gucci murder is scripted by Roberto Bentivegna, based on Sara Gay Forden's book "The House Of Gucci: A Sensational Story Of Murder, Madness, Glamour, And Greed".

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