Nicky Watson opens up about her sexuality

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Spy News,
Publish Date
Monday, 8 May 2017, 11:31AM
Nicola Robinson Evans, formerly Watson. Photo / Instagram
Nicola Robinson Evans, formerly Watson. Photo / Instagram

Just last week Nicola Robinson Evans, formerly Watson, revealed she underwent surgery to get her breast implants removed.Β 

Now she has opened up about her sexuality as a young child and her fascination with the female body.

In an Instagram post she shared a picture of herself as kid sporting short dark hair and a boyish grin.

When I was a little tacker & right into my teens too, I felt like I was more of a boy than a girl! I begged my Mum for short hair & I tried desperately to be accepted by my three older brothers, mostly by exuding boyish behaviour & imitating everything they did, including their love of skateboarding, nudie girl mags, motorbikes & V8's! I also thought I was meant to be a boy because I was so innately into bewwwwbs, especially big ones! I never spoke about it, because I thought it wasn't at all normal & I desperately didn't want anyone to think I was a weirdo, plus I already felt like I didn't quite fit in, so confessing my feelings seemed like a totally unsafe option! Back then I was just completely & utterly fascinated by the female form & not at all interested in boys, unless of course they were fluffy & had four legs! I'm still deeply in awe of everything that represents, embodies & exudes the sacred feminine & by no means do I ever now feel like I'm a weirdo for endlessly loving one of life's most celestial creations, but I'm definitely wholeheartedly into my glorious husband now too! #selfacceptance πŸ’—πŸŒ¬

A post shared by Nicola Robinson Evans πŸŒ™ (@nutritionmermaid) on May 5, 2017 at 4:21pm PDT

She captioned it: β€œWhen I was a little tacker & right into my teens too, I felt like I was more of a boy than a girl! I begged my Mum for short hair & I tried desperately to be accepted by my three older brothers, mostly by exuding boyish behaviour & imitating everything they did, including their love of skateboarding, nudie girl mags, motorbikes & V8's!

β€œI also thought I was meant to be a boy because I was so innately into bewwwwbs, especially big ones! I never spoke about it, because I thought it wasn't at all normal & I desperately didn't want anyone to think I was a weirdo, plus I already felt like I didn't quite fit in, so confessing my feelings seemed like a totally unsafe option!

β€œBack then I was just completely & utterly fascinated by the female form & not at all interested in boys, unless of course they were fluffy & had four legs! I'm still deeply in awe of everything that represents, embodies & exudes the sacred feminine & by no means do I ever now feel like I'm a weirdo for endlessly loving one of life's most celestial creations, but I'm definitely wholeheartedly into my glorious husband now too!Β #selfacceptance”

Since meeting celebrity chef-turned-paleo-advocate Pete Evans, Nicky’s been through a major lifestyle change and now practices yoga, meditation and is a keen horse rider.