Susannah Constantine, 58, shows her 'big udders' as she strips to a swimsuit saying her 't*ts are larger than her head'

SUSANNAH Constantine showed fans her 'big udders' as she stripped to a swimsuit and said her 't*ts are larger than her head'.

The 58-year-old fashionista made the comments as she took a dip in a freezing cold country pond.

Displaying her enviable curves in a red swimsuit, the mother-of-three was joined by her pal Ali McGougan in the Instagram video.

As Ali came out of the water, Susannah said: "Ali's been in, in her knickers and bra – I'm beautifully attired in my swimsuit with my big udders."

To make her point the former Strictly Come Dancing star grabbed and lifted up her breasts.

She then added before easing herself into the water: "And it's two degrees today. I'm surprised it's not frozen."

The style advisor then could be heard grunting loudly and breathing heavily as she got to grips with the low temperatures.

Susannah captioned the video: "No words… grunts say it all. #wildsusannah. #countryliving #susannahconstantine. #titsbiggerthanhead. @themcgougans 💙."

The TV star, who shot to fame presenting BBC fashion show What Not To Wear with pal Trinny Woodall, has recently been sharing her love of open water swimming with her fans.

Earlier this month she also opened up about the moment she fractured her back after blacking out in her battle with alcoholism.

She spoke of reaching rock bottom in 2013 while on holiday in Cornwall with her husband Sten Bertelsen.

Susannah chose to speak out about her painful memory to help others with addiction during the global pandemic.

Writing an open letter in the Daily Mail, Susannah said: "I blacked out and fell, fracturing two small bones in my back. I woke up, in terrible agony, on the pavement and realised I needed help.

"I called a friend – she called another friend – and within days I was at my first AA meeting.

"I have not missed a single weekly meeting since then, although this has been affected by lockdown sadly.

"I hid my drinking well, but the deception left me isolated and the effort it took was all-consuming and exhausting.

"After years of waking up filled with shame and guilt and asking God for the four horsemen to take me away and not bring me back, I knew it was time."

Susannah has been sober for seven years and praised her husband's "strength, love and support" for helping her quit drinking.

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