Six years in the past, British mum Deborah Higley had a boob job, growing her bust from a 32A to a D. Her teen daughters, flat-chested themselves, shared a bed room and would chat earlier than sleep at evening about how they, too, needed breast implants.
This 12 months Deborah organized for her 19- and 21-year-old daughters, Harriet and Rose, to extend their cup sizes as effectively — and their father lined the invoice for all of this. For causes fully unknown to me, the Higley girls and their new bosoms posed collectively for the U.Ok.’s Daily Mirror newspaper.
Harriet and Rose Higley, after all, are adults who can select to get cosmetic surgery if they need. I simply assume it’s tousled they have been each impressed and inspired by their mother, of all folks. After all, help is completely different from encouragement. Deborah Higley instructed the Mirror she doesn’t “think surgery’s such a big deal,” including, “
I do know lots of people would assume it’s odd to encourage your teenage daughters to have beauty surgical procedure, however except you’ve been by the distress of getting a flat chest, it’s arduous to know.” The ladies’ bankrolling pop, for his half, says, “It was worth it. I could see how miserable the girls were before and I think they both look amazing now.”
But the Higleys aren’t the one clan to make cosmetic surgery a household affair. Surely you keep in mind the “Human Barbie,” Sarah Burge? She has had $600,000 value of cosmetic surgery therapies herself and allowed her now-15-year-old daughter to begin getting Botox injections final 12 months. (Mama Burge got here throughout The Frisky’s radar for educating her 7-year-old daughter to pole dance.)
Yeah, there’s just a few issues Mom and I love to do collectively, too: journeys to IKEA, watching “Cash In The Attic,” having fun with seafood. Not Botox injections.
Admittedly, I’ve a common disdain for beauty surgical procedure to start with. But mom/daughter duos particularly freak me out, as do fathers who bankroll their daughters’ surgical procedures. I assumed your dad and mom have been purported to inform you that you simply’re stunning and beautiful simply the way in which you have been born?
Original by Jessica Wakeman