After years of claiming her curvaceous figure was a gift from God, mother of teen bride Courtney Stodden has finally admitted that the 18-year-old’s current figure was created with the help of plastic surgery.

Krista Stodden told RadarOnline Tuesday that the aspiring singer and former VH1 “Couples Therapy” reality star recently underwent a breast augmentation in an effort to look “more natural.” Reportedly, the teen decided to go under the knife after feeling insecure about her C-cup breasts.

“Courtney always wears the Victoria’s Secret push up bras that make her look like she has really big breasts. She loves the way she looks when she wears them,” said Krista Stodden. “… She decided she wanted to have real breasts that are that big so they look like that naturally without a bra,” she said, confirming the starlet opted for DD-sized implants.

According to the report, Stodden’s husband, 53-year-old “The Green Mile” actor Doug Hutchison, helped his wife recover. The teen’s mother said she is thrilled with her daughter’s new appearance created by Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, Dr. Stuart Linder. “Her news breasts [are] beautiful, fabulous and wonderful,” she said. “She looks fantastic.”

After receiving critical remarks regarding rumored surgical enhancements, Stodden attended the "Dr. Drew On Call" show in Nov. 2011 to prove her breasts were natural. Despite doctors locating what appeared to be a circular object via a breast ultrasound, the teen still refused to admit to any procedures. “Somebody must have drugged me out and put me under there surgery knife because I’ve had no surgery done,” said Stodden.

Stodden’s mother said that she was given her daughter’s approval to announce her recent procedure in an effort to “be honest with the public.” “Courtney has always been honest,” she said. “She wanted to make sure she keeps that up by telling them that she did it and why.” The teen bride confirmed the reports on Monday, telling her 125,000 fans on Twitter that she was “feeling good” post-surgery.