Jessie James Decker Reveals New Assets: ‘I Wanted Them Back’

by Evan Reier

We all have different ways we like to treat ourselves, and for singer and personality Jessie James Decker, that means a pretty visible alteration.

Let’s not beat around the bush, because Decker sure isn’t: the 33-year-old has a brand new pair of boobs. And she is damn proud of them.

The entrepreneur took to Instagram on Thursday to update her fans and the world on her new assets. Alongside a underwear-clad image of her body and new additions, she also gave some context to her decision.

“I treated myself… to new boobies!” Jessie James Decker wrote. “After deciding we were done having babies I was finally ready to go big or go home ha! I had breast reduction and lift a couple years ago when they were hanging down to my belly button but with having such elastic skin and not being happy with the size I decided to do it.”

Who can blame her? If you can afford it, want the change, then who is anyone else to say she shouldn’t? Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and Jessie James Decker is the beholder of her own body.

Jessie James Decker Says She ‘Feels Great’

Decker had quite a bit to say about her new boobs. While explaining the leadup to the decision, she also explained how she’s been feeling since the operation.

For one, she is the mother of three kids with former NFL receiver Eric Decker. Her body development over that period contributed to the decision, as well as natural aging.

“I feel great; I’m super happy with them,” Decker said. “And felt like a brand new woman when I was trying on our new @kittenish swim and loving the way they finally filled out the tops like I wanted.”

Kittenish is the clothing brand that Jessie James Decker started, for those unaware. If she likes the way she looks, and in the clothing she makes, that makes the change a double win.

“It’s not for everybody but it was certainly for me!” Decker said. “I always say, you do you and do what makes you feel confident and sexy.”

Decker is living her best life, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.