We like the fake look! Boob job family defend multiple breast enlargement ops on This Morning… and say they're going to boost their bottoms next
14:16 GMT, 19 July 2012
A family who have had 50,000 worth of boob jobs between them appeared on This Morning today to defend their decision to boost their figures – saying that they like the artificial look of silicone implants.
The bustiest of the Marshall clan, Terri, says she is delighted with her 34HH breasts – because because she is keen on the 'fake look' and the fullness that implants offer.
And her sister Emma, 30, the eldest of the siblings, says she is much happier since she boosted her breasts – but she now wants to boost her figure yet further – by adding a set of bottom implants to her surgery roll call.
Terri has the largest breasts of all the Marshall clan after boosting her assets from to 34HH
Emma, who decided to have her breasts enlarged from a size 34B when she was just 17, says the fact that her mother had a breast augmentation operation was a major factor in her decision to do the same.
And she was determined hers would go right first time, given that her mother Chantal had three unsatisfactory breast enlargement operations before she was eventually pleased with the result.
Chantal, 53, says her first boob job left her with what she says looked like 'balls in socks'.
'I was delighted with them for the first eight weeks,' she says. 'But when the swelling went down, they just looked like balls in socks.
Emma had a breast enlargement op at the age of 17 to take her from a 34B to a 32GG – and says she'd like a 'bum job' next
'I've always felt inferior on the beach – and relied on gel bikinis, like my daughters did too. I needed a breast uplift – but my surgeon advised I didn't have anything further done.
'I went ahead anyway, and I've now had three operations. I'm finally happy – I'm not having any more done.'
The mother of nine, who works as a clairvoyant, says she didn't tell her daughters she was going for her final breast operation in case she backed out.
'It had been 10 years since I had mine put in. I saw the girls having theirs and it helped me get my head around the idea again.
Ripley, 21, says she was slim but wanted to look curvier, so enlarged her breasts from a size 32C to a 32E
I had another boob job and an uplift. I'm now a 32GG and I'm immensely happy,' she says.
'I deserve them – it was my present to myself'
who used a 2,250 loan to put towards the three boob jobs she has had
(the other girls saved up to pay for theirs) says she had her implants –
taking her from a size 32C to a size 32E – because she wanted her
'slim figure to look curvier'.
Chantal's cup size now rivals that of her daughter Terri, whose breasts are now a 34HH. Her natural breasts were large to begin with, but Terri – who works as a horse tamer – says she like the 'fake look'.
'I'm greedy,' she says. 'I like the fake look. The full look.'
The Marshall family have all had breast implants – apart from daughter Britney (not pictured) who says she would like to be 'taken seriously'
As reported in the Daily Mail earlier this month, the only member of the Marshall family who says she will never undergo cosmetic surgery to enhance her breasts is 14 year old Britney.
Britney dreams of being the
first in the family to go to university, making her way in business and
travelling the world beyond the family home in Kirkby in Ashfield,
'I want people to take me seriously,' she says. 'People can be judgmental. I want to I want to travel and get a good job, go to university, become an actress. Be wealthy.'
The final word goes to Emma, who says she would like some small bottom implants to give her buttocks 'that lift – so you don't have to do all the squats.'
Is it an addiction for herself, her siblings and her mother 'It's good to be happy with the way you look,' says Emma. But you can always look better.
'But we have all done it for ourselves,' she adds. Not for anyone else.'
The family rebel: Britney (centre), who refuses to follow (from left) older sisters Emma and Ripley, mother Chantal, Terri and Tara by having breast implants
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