A UK mother says she’s putting money away for her daughter to have plastic surgery because “ugly people get nowhere”.

Carla Bellucci, 37, is preparing her teenager daughter Tanisha, 14, to go under the knife.

“Tanisha isn’t the most academic of girls, so I don’t really care about her education, unlike with my boys,” Bellucci told Closer magazine.

“She will need to rely on her looks to get on in life so she will need to be perfect. Ugly people get nowhere these days.”

The single mother, who lives in north London, says she’s opened a savings account for Tanisha to have the multiple procedures, putting away $270 AUD a month.


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Bellucci is encouraging her daughter to get teeth veneers, breast implants and the highly controversial Brazilian bum-lift.

For her 16th birthday in two years, Bellucci wants her daughter to have fillers and Botox, and the breast surgery once she turns 18.

“At the moment she loves the Kardashian look with the big bum and boobs and pouty lips. She’s going to get fillers when she is 16, which I fully support,” Bellucci says.

“If she wants to be a successful influencer and reality star then she will have to fit the look of the time – so surgery is the obvious option. She’s good looking, but surgery will make her prettier.”

 

 

 

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Tanisha’s bottom is “very flat” and needs “improving”, says Bellucci, which could hold her back from her dream career.

Bellucci, a former glamour model who claims to be a social media “influencer” herself, claims there is nothing wrong with using her looks to get what she wants.

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  • I have no words to describe what a horrible mother she is

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  • What the hell? That ‘mother’ (if you can call her that) is not fit to be a parent and her daughter is already a pretty girl. I’m sorry but that girl deserves a better mother and role model.

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  • OMG! No words. I think her daughter is beautiful. I’m sorry she has a Mother who can’t see that.

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  • This is just awful. But each to their own I suppose.

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  • WTF?! She isn’t even “ugly” what a disappointment. Mums like this are why I am ever worried to have a daughter one day. God almighty, heaven forbid she raise a pleasant, kind human being who gets places coz she’s a decent person :I

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  • I think it could have negative impacts later on.

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  • I don’t agree with this

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  • This is going to backfire in years to come, she will end up on drugs if her life is dictated by what others think of her body and not her mind. Terrible to be supporting the “only good looking people get somewhere” attitude, how on earth are we going to have girls grow up to be confident women in their own skin with a parent like this. Please look up Collective shout to see women who are trying to stop the sexualization of girls and women in media, this is pretty much the same thing, it needs to stop for women to be healthy and stress free about their looks.

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  • What a terrible way to behave with your daughter who really is beautiful as she is. An awful message to send to any young lady that all you can do is look pretty – hasn’t this mother heard that beauty is only skin deep and what you are inside is what really matters in life?


    • I totally agree with you, this mum’s attitude is most damaging and concerning.

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  • each to their own, but I’m definitely going down the ‘love and nourish the body you have’ road with my daughter. she will be beautiful and loved no matter what.

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  • I hope this isn’t serious this poor girl should not be worried about these things at her age.

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  • This is rather sick, how sad to send this message across to your daughter !! I’m shocked.

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  • sad that she thinks like that

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  • Oh wow there’s her self confidence gone. It will become never enough in time

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  • How about teaching your daughter she’s good enough as she is. And looks will only get you so far.. I would be pushing the education and putting that money towards tutors or whatever she needs.
    Want a bigger bum..? Do some bloody squats

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