A mum whose boobs have become too much to handle is having a breast reduction to help cancer patients.

Alice Whiskin, 26, can no longer lift her two-year-old daughter, Poppy, for long because of the bizarre growth of her boobs.

They have grown enormously in the past year from a size H to an L.

"They never used to be this big," Alice, from Dartford, laughed News Shopper. "I don’t know what’s going on. It’s just mad."

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Mum Alice is now preparing to have a boob reduction with the goal of donating her breast tissue to cancer patients.

She said the fatal heart attack suffered by her boyfriend, 42, in March, inspired her to do something positive.

"When I lost my partner, it opened my eyes to how lucky I am to be here," she said. "I now just want to help in any way I can.

"I have always been kind and want to help but even more so now – you just don’t know what’s round the corner."

Alice squeezed in a quick chat with News Shopper before enjoying a film at the cinema earlier today.

Speaking about how her boobs have went from being a "gift" to a burden, Alice said: "I struggle to do simple tasks because of the weight of them.

"Normal tasks like getting up from sitting and horse riding with my horse Chloe is something I had to give up because of the pain.

"I would like to be living like how I should be living and to give my breasts to someone who needs them."

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Alice announced the news on social media and has since raised money for Cancer Research UK.

The inspiring mum said she was overwhelmed by the response and said her family and friends are fully supportive.

She added: "Hopefully when I get the reduction my tissue can be used for testing or for a cancer patient to get new boobs.

"I’ve got a choice to do this and they haven’t. I’m lucky to have the choice.

"We give hair to cancer patients so why not this?"