By Nathalie Bonney @nathaliebonney

A MUM-OF-TWO who looks like 'a real-life blow up doll' claims posting sexy snaps on social media doesn’t stop her being a good mum

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Videographer / director: Thomas White
Producer: Nathalie Bonney, Ruby Coote
Editor: Marcus Cooper

With her breast implants, pumped up lips and platinum dyed hair, Cindy Moore looks a lot like a blow-up sex doll - which is exactly the look she is going for.

The 29-year-old used to weigh 17 stone and wear a size 24, but after dropping nearly seven stone and six dress sizes, Cindy started flaunting her new look in racy Instagram photos. Dressed in fishnet bodysuits, school girl-style skirts that show her butt cheeks and extra small bra tops, Cindy says she posts the pictures for herself rather than anyone else.

The mum from Manchester told Barcroft TV: “I think people just think you post these pictures because you want sex or you want a man but I post the pictures because I think - wow! You look great. I just post it because it makes me feel good.

“When I put a certain outfit on I just feel powerful strong, sexy - and slutty!

“The sex doll look is big lips and big boobs. I don’t know if it was the look I was aiming for at first – people just said I had that look.”

In spite of her doll-like appearance, Cindy has only had one breast augmentation, but has regular lip fillers and maintains her hair extensions. She claims looks are in part due to her natural face and love of make up.

“My mum says I have a sexy face, so if your mum says that then, your mum doesn’t lie,” Cindy laughs.

“The boob job was quite a bit and with make up and all I’ve probably spent close to £10,000.

“I would like to go a lot bigger, probably about 2000cc.”

Before her double Ds, Cindy was an A cup and although her increased bust size improved her confidence, Cindy struggled with the weight she put on as a young mum to her nine-year-old daughter Lacey and son Max, seven,

Cindy said: “Before I had my kids I was always extra small in clothes size and then after I had my kids I just gradually gained the weight. I had my daughter, I gained weight then I had my son and I gained weight.

“And then at the time I was going out with a guy who was into body building so I was feeding him up all these meals with loads of carbs because he wanted to get really muscular and what happened in the process is he went to about nearly 17 stone in muscle and I was 17 stone in fat.”

At her heaviest, Cindy says she was “about size 24 to 26 and nearly 20 stone.”

Vowing to get fit and be a more active mum, it wasn’t until Cindy split up with her ex that the pounds really started to drop off.

She said: “Just to keep my mind off what was going on with us I thought: ‘I’m gonna focus on making myself as healthy as I can be and getting in good shape ‘so I just started working out all the time.

“Now I’ve lost the weight it’s so nice I can wear what I want. It gives you that new lease of life and when my kids see me they run up to me and they are proud of me whereas before they used to put their head down.”

Working out five times a week and well on her way to a six pack, not everyone however has reacted to Cindy’s weight loss positively.

Cindy said: “When I am out and about in public I get a lot of people staring at me and a lot of people look at me - guys will whistle at me and look at me but no body will talk to me.

“When I was bigger lots of girls wanted to be my friend and as I started to lose the weight I went back to be just being on my own again.”

The mum-of-two has also faced criticism for posting overtly sexualised photos on social media, while bring up two children under the age of ten.

She said: “As long as I am not doing something that’s putting my children at risk. People just always have something to say I think.

“It’s harming no one. I mean I don’t walk around my children in sexy outfits like that. I am momma, I look after them, feed them, study with them, do everything with them. And when they go to bed Cindy will come out and that’s when I have my sexy pictures and post them. It’s just a little bit of me time.
"I don’t think that me having this sort of look will affect my daughter because she is only eight and she is literally more comfortable than me. She is one of the most confident little girls that you could meet and she laughs at me and says ' I don’t Need that to look fabulous'."

She says her kids are proud of how glam their mum looks now and if anything just think her posing is silly.

“How [ever] sexy I appear to someone else, to my children I’m always like a embarrassing mom. I could be sat here in black shoes and a little string and they will be like ‘ahh put some clothes on’.”
Her daughter Lacey added: “Mummy bakes nice food and she’s beautiful And I like her lips. Everyone else’s mums are really ugly."

More likely to be sat on the sofa than out clubbing, Cindy is also quick to point out that social media shouldn’t be taken too seriously.

She said: “People think that I have these really sordid, sexual sex parties. People message me saying ‘I bet you do this, I bet you do that’ and I’m like: no! I’m sitting in my dressing gown and I drink wine and I watch the telly.

“I think social media is quite fake. Social media is not real life and I think people shouldn’t get so sucked into it. I just post it because it makes me feel good.”