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  • Alicia Duvall is another Jordan-type glamour model from Britain (See Make Me Heal’s story on Jordan’s plastic surgery). Although she has already had several breast augmentation surgeries, she is going back for more. Moreover, she seems to have passed on her love of plastic surgery to her 12-year old daughter, Georgia.

    Alicia Douvall, Breast Augmentation

    It will be the 14th breast implant surgery Alicia has undergone and she tells The Sun, “I know it will kill me. But I’d rather die trying to sort things out. My last boob job was a disaster. One of the implants left my chest really lumpy, so I needed to sort it out.”

    The breast augmentations account for only 14 of the 50 plastic surgeries Alicia admits to having over the past 10 years, which also include lip augmentation, and likely a browlift, although the Internet world places her at only 32 years of age, many suspect she is younger.

    What is even more shocking than the large number of surgeries is her daughter Georgia, who although she is barely in her teens, already wants to have a breast augmentation, just like her mom.

    Georgia says, “Because of her, I think it’s normal to have surgery if something’s not quite right.”

    Alicia Douvall, Plastic Surgery

    Alicia is fine with her daughter’s desire, but wants her to wait until she is 16 to have the procedure. In the United States, plastic surgeons often encourage patients to wait until they are at least 18 and their natural development has taken place.

    Some of the young Georgia’s glamour model transformation has already taken place, including changing her name to Destiny. Alicia explains, “I wanted to call her Destiny when she was born, but my mum said it sounded like a lap dancer’s name.

    “But she never much liked Georgia, so we decided to change it.”

    It’s nice that Alicia’s biggest (and possibly only) fan is her daughter, but it still seems a little dysfunctional to be so onboard with plastic surgery and all its potential risks.

    Read the complete celebrity plastic surgery profile of Alicia Duvall on Plasticopedia, the largest celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.

    Source: The Sun

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    Comments

    3 Comments so far

    1. Denver plastic surgery on October 12, 2009 1:00 am

      great tips. I enjoyed reading this

    2. Kemona Golding on March 23, 2010 6:57 pm

      Hi Alicia, as you said earlier when I was watching , your addiction for plastic surgery was very traggic for you. I am sorry about how you feel now but you felt that it was right at first and that’s why you did it. Well I feel so uncomfortable with my nose and I would like to know if you would like to help me fulfill my goal because I can’t do it on my own….Please

      If your interesting to help you can write back to my email….Thank you

    3. arisma on August 3, 2010 4:10 pm

      Oh my god, does Alicia even know what ‘hereditary’ MEANS?!!! I think not….she’s confused. ‘Hereditary’ means something that’s passed down THROUGH GENES to our children, grandchildren etc. NO WAY is desire to have plastic surgery ‘hereditary’. The reason her daughter wants it is because she has been influenced by her ENVIRONMENT – i.e. her mother, who is obsessed with plastic surgery. The daughter said herself that all these operations had become the norm for her, due to witnessing what her mother was doing. Most kids try and emulate and impress their parents – simple as that. And the fact that Alicia thinks and talks very positively about plastic surgery probably also has an impact. All I would say to Alicia is: ask herself – has all the surgery actually made her happy with herself? Because I don’t get the impression that it has (same with Kaite Price). If not, does she think it’s wise to encourage her daughter to follow in her footsteps (not forgetting the addictive aspect, huge costs and risks involved – women have DIED while undergoing minor surgery). Is that life REALLY what she wants for her daughter? If the answer’s “yes”, she’s even more screwed up than I thought.

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