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Twins, 25, reveal how they spent £140k on plastic surgery to look identical

A pair of twins who have spent £140k on surgery in an effort to look identical have revealed how they hope to have matching designer vaginas.

Dolly and Daisy Simpson, 25, from Stockton-on-Tees, appeared on This Morning today alongside their mother Christina to discuss their decision to go under-the-knife after having matching nose and boob jobs. 

The sisters confessed they hope to have matching labiaplastys and are also considering getting the Brazilian Butt lift surgery to alter their looks.

Meanwhile their mother appeared aghast by their suggestions, saying she found the circumstances ‘difficult’, and adding: ‘When they’ve been going through these procedures, I haven’t been told the full extent.’

Dolly and Daisy Simpson, 25, from Stockton-on-Tees, appeared on This Morning today alongside their mother Christina to discuss their decision to spend £140k on plastic surgery

The sisters began having cosmetic surgery when they were just 18-years-old, but have since gone on to have matching nose jobs and breast implants

The sisters began having cosmetic surgery when they were just 18-years-old, but have since gone on to have matching nose jobs and breast implants 

Dolly and Daisy appeared on the programme today, with host Phillip Scofield asking: ‘So you want to make yourselves look identical but you both have very different faces.’

Daisy confessed her face was ‘a bit rounder’,  adding: ‘You can’t change bone structure can you. But we try our best with what we can do.

Dolly added: ‘And when we go to the surgeon, we do ask for the same look and to try to get the same result.’

Their surgery journey began with lip fillers at 18, with Daisy saying: ‘Straight away we did like how our lips looked when they were fuller and we did think, “What else can we get next?” 

Meanwhile their mother Christina revealed how she believes they have been drawn to plastic surgery after being 'bullied' at school

Meanwhile their mother Christina revealed how she believes they have been drawn to plastic surgery after being ‘bullied’ at school 

‘We realised it was quite easy to get things done.’

WHAT IS LABIAPLASTY?

Labiaplasty is surgery to reduce the size of the labia minora – the flaps of skin either side of the vaginal opening. 

Between 2015 and 2016, more than 200 girls under 18 had a labiaplasty, of which over 150 were under 15, according to NHS figures. Around 12,000 operations occur annually in the US. 

The procedure involves shortening or reshaping the vaginal lips. The unwanted tissue is then cut away and the loose edge may be stitched up.

Soreness, bruising and swelling is likely to occur for up to two weeks. 

Some women consider surgery as they dislike their vagina’s appearance or find it uncomfortable.

It is natural and normal for a woman to have noticeable skin folds around her vaginal opening and, in most cases, this should not cause any problems.

In the UK, a labiaplasty costs around £1,000-to-£3,000, as well as the cost of any consultations or follow-up care that may not be included in the price.

The procedure may be carried out on the NHS if the lips are severely abnormal or causing the woman distress.

A labiaplasty should not be performed on girls younger than 18 as their labia may continue to grow and develop well beyond puberty.

Source: NHS Choices 

However things progressed to having a nose job and a boob job together during the pandemic, with the pair deciding to have the procedure on the same day and with the same surgeon.

Daisy added: ‘Dolly has had a labiaplasty and I actually haven’t yet.’

Dolly responded: ‘Daisy is booked in but she hasn’t been able to go yet because of Covid-restrictions.’

But the This Morning presenters appeared surprised by the suggestion, with Phil asking: ‘Why did you need to look alike?’

Daisy said: ‘We don’t need to look alike, it’s just we both have that insecurity.’

Dolly said it was about ‘becoming their ideal selves’, while Daisy added: ‘We both didn’t feel confident so getting things together, you get that support as well.’

She continued:  ‘We do want to look similar, and we want the same surgeons, but she’s a little more extreme than me.  I don’t want to look exactly the same as her.’

Dolly said: ‘We have similar ideals but not completely…I’m more extreme.’

Daisy added: ‘I do want a bit more done. I would get bigger boobs but she wants a BBL and stuff, I don’t.’

And after being confronted with the statistics that a Brazilian Butt Lift surgery can kill 1 in 3,000 people, Daisy said she was undeterred by the fact.

She said: ‘It does put me off, and it does make me wary of getting the procedure but I think as long as you do your research on the surgeon and hopefully you’ll be on good hands.’

Daisy said she was unsure about having the surgery, adding: ‘Even the best surgeons have killed people with it. I honestly don’t know.’ 

Meanwhile their mother Christina confessed to Holly and Phil that the situation was ‘very difficult.’

She said: ‘I obviously believed they were beautiful before they had these procedures. 

‘I do believe there have been various things that have triggered this off. They got bullied at school because they were twins and dressed alike.

Their mother Christina said Dolly and Daisy had struggled with their confidence growing up and 'didn't feel good about themselves'

Their mother Christina said Dolly and Daisy had struggled with their confidence growing up and ‘didn’t feel good about themselves’ 

Meanwhile the 25-year-old twins said they had 'similar ideals' of beauty which they hoped to adhere to

Meanwhile the 25-year-old twins said they had ‘similar ideals’ of beauty which they hoped to adhere to 

‘They didn’t feel too good about themselves. Social media has a big impact.’

She added: ‘When it came to going abroad, like Dolly did for her labiaplasty, I didn’t agree with that.

Christina continued: ‘As a parent, you just want your children to be happy and healthy at the end of the day and they weren’t happy before hand, and they are much happier now. 

‘But I do have concerns if they pursue further procedures. I’ve told them I don’t want them to get BBL. 

‘I’m against that. It’s like you said about the dangers of doing that. It’s like, is it worth it? And at what point do you stop.’

The twins went on to explain how they had paid for their surgeries using money they had saved up by doing nude OnlyFans content (pictured left, and right, their mother Christina)

The twins went on to explain how they had paid for their surgeries using money they had saved up by doing nude OnlyFans content (pictured left, and right, their mother Christina) 

The twins went on to explain how they had paid for their surgeries using money they had saved up by doing nude OnlyFans content. 

Christina admitted the whole situation was challenging for her, adding: ‘This is very difficult for me to talk about because as a mother, I was aware when they were going to clubs and dancing. 

‘When Covid hit, it was difficult when all the clubs closed down and everything stopped. 

‘They were in rented accommodation and it was a case of, “What do we do now.” They are very independent, they didn’t want to move back home. The offer was on the table. it’s totally new for me.’

The mother-of-two also confessed she worries about trying to stop the surgeries from happening in case it damages her relationship with her daughters

The mother-of-two also confessed she worries about trying to stop the surgeries from happening in case it damages her relationship with her daughters 

The mother-of-two also confessed she worries about trying to stop the surgeries from happening in case it damages their relationship, adding: ‘I don’t want to lose my daughters.

‘I would do anything to keep them and look after them as well as I can. They are adults, they’re 25-years-old, I cant literally stop them.

‘I can try and advise and support. I am concerned for the twins but about young people in general.

‘There’s a lot of people out there with social media, who think they can have this botox and lip fillers as if it’s a quick fix.’ 

The Brazilian butt lift: How common is it?

With a Brazilian butt lift, fat is taken from various parts of the body and put with the buttocks.

It has grown increasingly popular in the United States, becoming the fastest-growing type of plastic surgery, according to 2015 statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.

The rate of buttock lift procedures rose 252 percent from 2000 to 2015. The total went from 1,356 to 4,767 procedures over the course of that time.

Injecting fat into the butt can lead to problems if done improperly, including fat embolism – which is when fat enters the bloodstream and blocks a blood vessel.

The estimated death rate for BBL is 1 in 3000, according to PlasticSurgery.org.

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