She strolls down the beach in nothing but a bikini and £11,000 worth of confidence.
Ulrika Jonsson is obviously revelling in her new, trimmed down figure, the result of spending the thousands on plastic surgery.
Her once considerable chest – which she used to say looked better ‘caged up in a brassiere’ – now appears as pert as a teenager’s.
She certainly looked much younger than her 41 years as she walked along the shore in Los Angeles with her American art director husband Brian Monet.
As reported by the Mail, Miss Jonsson spent the £11,000 earlier this year on a series of cosmetic operations including a breast lift and reshaping, and a procedure to remove excess skin from the armpit area.
She said of the surgery: ‘I just wanted to repair what Mother Nature had inflicted on me during years of childbearing and rearing. It has taken me 41 years to feel this good – this really has changed my life.’
Despite having a small 32AA chest as a teenager, her body blossomed in her twenties giving her a D cup cleavage.
During her first pregnancy with son Cameron her breasts grew to a FF. Three more babies followed, each one taking a heavy toll on her breasts.
After she married Monet, her third husband, she fell pregnant with fourth child Malcolm.
She gained five stone while pregnant and her cup size soared to an incredible 34I.
With her confidence shattered, the Swedish star decided to have surgery.
The biggest operation was a £6,000 procedure to reduce her breasts to a 32C.
She also had a lift procedure and re-shaping called a mastoplexy, performed by surgeon Laurence Kirwan.
Miss Jonsson said at the time: ‘The best thing was that my “new” breasts were actually my old ones, recycled . . . I feel like I’ve got the breasts of a 16-year-old.’
As well as her one-year-old son with Monet, Miss Jonsson has 13-year-old Cameron, by first husband John Turnbull, a daughter, Bo, seven, by German hotelier Markus Kempen and three-yearold Martha from her marriage to Lance Gerrard-Wright.