A transgender woman who was the first to ever take part in a Miss Germany contest has given her fans a glimpse of the new shape of what she calls her “melons” after undergoing a breast lift surgery.
Josephine Jochmann, also known as Josimelonie, stunned her followers on Instagram when she appeared on screen in a grey sports bra and showed them a peep of her new chest.
The 29-year-old influencer from the city of Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia State, Germany, said: “Here you can see, that I now have a really beautiful neckline.”
She was reportedly urged to undergo a breast lift – also known as mastopexy – after her breasts had become so saggy she could not even see her nipples.
The procedure is a surgery to lift, reshape and tighten the breasts, in addition to improving asymmetry and other imperfections.
Josephine who became popular after she appeared on reality shows such as ‘First Dates’ and ‘Austria’s Next Top Model’ said that she feels “very, very good” following the surgery at the Praxisklinik am Rosengarten in the city of Mannheim four weeks ago.
She also added that despite not being allowed to lift heavy things and being forced to sleep on her back, she feels quite content with how the scars have healed so far.
Commenting on her new breasts earlier this month, the influencer who boasts more than 42,300 followers said: “It’s so crazy because they’re so much smaller.
“I see nipples! I see nipples, people. I can’t deal with the fact that I see nipples. I see my new melons for the first time.
“My melons shine in all their glory.”
In another snap on Instagram Josephine said: “After my surgery, I feel as comfortable as I haven’t been in a long time and I am so much happier to feel my glow up with my new hair extensions from @greatlengths.”
The model – who was born male – began hormone therapy treatment and underwent a boob job around the age of 19.
Just two years later, she underwent gender reassignment surgery and applied to become the first-ever trans Miss Germany in 2020.
At the time she said: “During Miss Germany, I want to show that I belong in such a competition just like all the other women.”