Paige Spiranac said the “human body is a magical thing” while explaining why her chest has “gotten bigger” recently.
During an Instagram Q&A, a follower asked the golf influencer whether she gets “annoyed” by people asking whether her breasts are “real.”
“No, because they’ve actually gotten a lot bigger. So I can see a lot of people being confused,” she explained in a video response Wednesday.
“I’ve always had a chest but not like this,” Spiranac, 30, went on.
“It’s because I’ve gained weight, but I can see why people question it and are confused sometimes … the human body is a magical thing.”
Her comments come a couple of months after the pro golfer-turned-influencer confirmed she’s never undergone breast augmentation surgery.
“I weighed significantly less [back then], and since they are real, they change depending on weight loss and weight gain,” she said in an Instagram video, noting that she’s simply genetically blessed.
“There are a bunch of different changes — hormonal, weight gain — that make them change size,” Spiranac continued.
The influencer, who admitted she “like[s] to show them off,” later recalled the time she resorted to wearing turtlenecks in an effort to combat the hate comments.
“I wanted to be taken seriously as a professional golfer and no matter what I did, no matter what I posted, I would get hate,” Spiranac said during an appearance on Haley and Hanna Cavinder’s “Twin Talk” podcast last week.
“There was one time where I wore a full turtleneck [and] leggings. I was completely covered from head to toe, and people were upset with my outfit.”
The ensemble in question covered the golfer’s entire body, comprising a black turtleneck and maroon leggings.
“When that happened, I just said, ‘OK, well I’m just going to do what I want to do, and I’m going wear what I want to wear and if people like it, great and if they dislike it, OK great,’” she said.
“That’s why you can’t control what other people say or the judgment that they have because they see a small little portion of your life.”