A SUPERSIZE food challenge pro has wolfed down a Full English breakfast — big enough for a family of five.
Kate Ovens, 24, demolished a platter of five sausages, five slices of bacon, and five eggs.
The size 10 blonde also tucked into fried tomatoes, hash browns, and an entire bowl of beans.
She polished off the meal — believed to be 4,000 calories — in just 30 minutes.
The social media star took her hobby professional after gaining hundreds of thousands of followers and brands queuing up to work with her.
“I’ve done them before, but never managed to complete it – so this was an absolute dream come true”
But she didn’t come out of the challenge without egg on her face — which fans were quick to pick up on.
“The real question is, will Kate EVER put her hair back for a challenge?” asked one.
Another said: “You had ketchup on your face after the second bite of bacon.”
A star-struck admirer commented: “Super gorgeous girl that eats like a bear… I’m in love.”
“To date Kate, you’d have too go Dutch or go broke,” someone else pointed out.
“I couldn’t believe how messy I’d gotten eating it too,” Kate admitted.
She added that the toast turned out to be the trickiest part of the challenge because it was “stodgy”.
She also said: “Everybody loves a full English breakfast, but I think I might love them a bit too much.
“I jumped at the chance to take on a breakfast challenge.
“I’ve done them before, but never managed to complete it – so this was an absolute dream come true.
“From the first bite to the last, it was delicious.”
Kate, from Kennington, south London, was hosted for the big breakfast at the Tyler’s Rest pub in Tilehurst, Berks.
Sizzler’s, who own the pub, challenged her to stuff her face with five of its “Sizzling Breakfasts”.
Kate added: “The hardest bit was definitely the last few bites.
“I’d left the toast until last because I didn’t want to fill up on bread, but that almost proved to be my downfall.
“it was so stodgy that I had to stand up and walk around for five minutes just to make a bit of room.
“I almost threw in the towel, but I’m glad I didn’t in the end.
“Despite winning, I did feel a bit defeated afterwards.”
She added the plate was “the size of a dustbin lid” and felt like it weighed a tonne.
“It was definitely one of my more carb-heavy challenges,” she said.
“The onion hash browns, beans and toast made it such a dense dish, but I’m glad that I was able to finish it all.
“Every bite was delicious though – but I think I might stick to muesli for in the mornings for the next couple of days.”