The ex Studio 10 panelist is known for her tall, slender physique.
And Jessica Rowe, 48, has revealed she once toyed with the idea of getting a boob job to increase her small bust.
‘I would have looked absurd with big boobs – my body out of proportion like a Chuppa Chups lollipop,’ she reflects in an extract of her new book Diary of a C**p Housewife.
‘I would have looked absurd with big boobs!’ Jessica Rowe, 48, (PICTURED) speaks about her Botox treatments and why she’s glad she never went through with a boob job in her 20s
In the excerpt, published in Sunday Life, Jessica said she became captivated by pictures of breast implants she saw in her mid-20s.
‘I had always been flat as a pancake and briefly flirted with the idea of getting a boob job. Thank goodness my implants remained a daydream,’ she said.
The former Studio 10 co-host said while she chose not to have a breast augmentations, she has had Botox treatments on her face.
She said her first procedure happened just before her daughter Allegra’s first birthday in 2007, but she chose to keep her decision private.
Jessica shares Allegra, 12, and Giselle, 10, with Channel Nine newsreader Peter Overton.
Stunning: It comes after the TV personality showcased her svelte and well-sculpted physique at the end of last year
Operation: ‘I had always been flat as a pancake and briefly flirted with the idea of getting a boob job. Thank goodness my implants remained a daydream,’ she said. (pictured with husband and Channel Nine newsreader Peter Overton)
She explained the lines around her eyes appeared less deep within a week of the operation.
And the journalist added she was still able to raise her eyebrows to help her daughter blow out the candles on her first birthday cake.
Jessica’s opening up about the cosmetic procedure follows her being very open about her battles with post-natal depression in the past.
Family: Jessica shares Allegra, 12, (right) and Giselle, 10, (left) with Channel Nine newsreader Peter Overton (pictured together in 2016)
An article published in New Idea magazine in 2015 quotes the mother-of-two and Studio 10 co-host as saying: ‘I thought I was a bad, mad mother.’
‘I knew there was something very wrong,’ she added, fearing it would result in her baby being taken away if she went to a doctor.
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Troubles: Jessica’s (pictured with Peter) opening up about the cosmetic procedure after her daughter’s birth follows her being very open about her battles with post-natal depression in the past