Love Island’s Anna Vakili having breast reduction after beating Covid-19

Love Island 2019 star Anna Vakili has announced on Instagram she is having breast reduction surgery next week.

The bombshell said her assets would soon be shrinking alongside a photo of a skin treatment designed to boost aesthetic surgical results.

Anna, who first announced she was getting her boobs reduced last year, wrote with the snap: "Taking this before and after my breast reduction surgery next week."

The reality TV star, 30, recently recovered from catching coronavirus last month.

At the time she told how the illness was "the worst she has ever had", Sun Online reported.

Anna, who is a pharmacist, also took to Instagram to tell how she's now free of the deadly bug but is unhappy with her weight.

Anna wrote alongside a snap of her wearing a grey hoodie: "Guys just a little update, I'm totally symptom-free now so I can go for walks now.

"I feel really s**t about this lockdown and I weighed myself this morning and everyone always says 'you look good, you should be happy' but I'm not and that's the main thing, I'm not happy and I've put on a ridiculous amount of weight.

"From today I just want this lockdown to be a healthy one and I want to get to the best version of myself."

The pharmacist's parents have also contracted coronavirus and Anna also gave her fans an update on their battle against the bug.

She wrote: "Mum is much much better, and Dad has been much better the past day or two, as in he's not bed-bound anymore, which is great."

The TV star's sister Mandy also caught the virus, but it looks like she has recovered as the pair were seen walking on an Instagram clip Anna shared.

In November Anna revealed she was having her breast implants removed because they have left her boobs numb.

Anna underwent cosmetic surgery when she was 23-years-old, but told how she regrets going under the knife.

"When I first got them done, I wanted to feel sexier. But it was a mistake thinking bigger boobs would do that," Anna explained.

“They really don’t and if I could turn back time I wouldn’t have done it.

“Pre-surgery, my boobs were actually perfect. But I was easily influenced and made a stupid mistake."

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