Raquel Welch Measurements Bra Size Height Weight

Raquel Welch’s breasts can be described as bigger than average. Are they real or is it breast implants? Find out down below!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Originally named Jo-Raquel Tejada and born in 1940, Welch spent her formative years in California, where she garnered titles in teen beauty pageants and eventually transitioned into a career as a local weather forecaster.

Welch rose to fame as a global sex symbol during the 1960s, gaining widespread recognition for her portrayal of a bikini-clad cavewoman in the 1966 film One Million Years B.C. But even though she was a sex symbol, she helped break the mold of the traditional female film character by portraying strong female characters.

Her achievements extended beyond the iconic role, as she clinched a Golden Globe for her performance in The Three Musketeers in 1974.

Raquel Welch’s Body Measurements

Despite of what many her fans would like to see, Raquel never posed completely topless. Even when wearing no bra or bikini top, her breasts were hidden behind long hair or in her arms. But she posed on several occasions in wet white swimwear, creating a see-through effect. Her figure can be easily rated based on these photos from different angles.

Raquel Welch's young body
Beautiful: The star looks stunning in a white bikini

Body Measurements Table

All body measurements and statistics of Raquel Welch, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, hips, and weight.

Body shape:Inverted triangle
Dress size (US):4
Breasts-Waist-Hips: 37-24-36 inches (94-61-91 cm)
Shoe size (US):unknown
Bra size: 34C
Cup size (US):C
Height: 5’6″ (168 cm)
Weight: 118 pounds (54 kg)
Natural breasts or implants: Natural


On February 15, 2023, Raquel Welch passed away due to cardiac arrest at her residence in Los Angeles. She was 82. The actress was also grappling with Alzheimer’s disease at the time of her demise.


"When I first came along in the business, they didn't really like the idea of my name being Raquel."

Raquel Welch

"My father was Bolivian, which makes me half-Bolivian. It's where I got some of my exotic features and certainly my skin tone."

Raquel Welch

"I was not a classic mother. But my kids were never palmed off to boarding school. So, I didn't bake cookies. You can buy cookies, but you can't buy love."

Raquel Welch

"I was lucky that one of my first movies, 'One Million Years B.C.' was made in Europe by a British company. The Brits, and a lot of the rest of Europe, seemed to really love exotic women. The fact that I was American and exotic just made me more appealing to them."

Raquel Welch

"I found out a long time ago that if I indulged by stuffing my face with great food, lying about reading books and watching TV or talking on the phone, I was not a happy camper."

Raquel Welch