I think that if you have to take tragedy and make it work for you, Kelly Brook is pretty much the model example. Literally. After suffering from a miscarriage in her second trimester with her first child, the former bikini/lingerie model hasn't gotten back down to her previous pre-knocked up size. Rather than killing herself with exercise and restrictive eating, she's been taking it slow and doing things healthy, in no rush to go back to a body shape that she might not be able to achieve again. (Posh Spice, with her "handful" diet after the birth of her kids is not a normal example.) Now Kelly is the face for a line of clothing for New Look, helping to get some cool togs out on the market for what the company refers to as "curvy girls." Take us back to the years of Marilyn Monroe and you'd have just called them "normal girls," but I'm not being picky here. As they say, a girl without curves is like a pair of pants without pockets... where do you put your hands?"