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Break-up boob jobs are a thing, and Miranda Kerr got one, say doctors who would probably like to sell you a break-up boob job.

Over at Radar Online, some doctors who have not treated Kerr got together to scope out her rack, and they agree she’s had some work done.

“Miranda appears to have undergone a very tasteful breast augmentation,” said Dr. Anthony Youn, poring over a photo of Kerr from the Vanity Fair post-Oscars party.  “She appears to have gone from an A to a small C, and her breasts help to create a very nice, curvy figure.”

The doctors had to play “who wore them better” with a picture of Kerr from before the breakup to be sure.

“In all of these pictures, the dresses are very similar in design and there is no boob except in the last picture, which again is an open design without a bra. There is no way to go from nothing to something without an operation or weight gain, which she hasn’t done,” said Dr. Fred Pescatore, a nutrition specialist and author of The Hampton’s Diet.

Memo to self: Never go see a doctor who says things like, “there is no boob.”

Here’s Kerr from November 2012:

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If she did get surgery, she still looks great and that’s her business. If WonderBra has just invented a new kind of magic sticky bra that can do this, we would like to know about that ASAP.

Radar declares this the “break-up boob job,” because Kerr happens to have split from ex-husband Orlando Bloom in December. Clearly any cosmetic surgery has more to do with her ex-husband and her future romantic prospects than the fact that she’s a wildly successful former Victoria’s Secret Angel and the new face of WonderBra, and might therefore opt for breast augmentation as a considered business decision. Sitting around and making up theories about why she might have gotten surgery is a pretty big waste of time, since there’s no way to actually know without asking, and that would be one hell of a weird interview.

(Photos: Getty)