A mother and daughter have undergone breast enlargement surgery together to boost their 32A chests to D and C cups
When the 21-year-old Daniella John decided to boost her cleavage, she was surprised to learn that her mum, Geraldine was keen to schedule the procedure on the very same date.
The pair spent 3,500 pounds on the double set of breast implants boosting their frame from a 32A to a C and D cup, respectively.
A thrilled Daniella admits she is relieved that she will no longer face any taunts over her bra cup size.
“I’ve never had any breasts ever. In school, I got made fun of - kids would say I had the body of a 10-year-old,” the Daily Mail quoted her as saying.
“From the age of 15 I’ve wanted to have it done. It will help my confidence a lot, that’s why I want it done.
“I had the operation first then it was my mum’s turn. When we came round from the operation we were both prodding our new boobs.
“We are both thrilled to bits with our new boobs - we just can’t wait to go shopping for a whole new wardrobe of fancy bras and low cut tops,” she said.
Geraldine, a mother of four, said she had wanted a breast enlargement for a long time.
“I was so envious when my daughter told me she was having a boob - but only because I’ve wanted it myself for 30 years,” she said.
“I’ve been flat chested all my life and unfortunately I’ve passed the genes down.
“I have always dreamed of having a curvy, womanly figure but my chest is as flat as a pancake,” she added.
The mother and daughter are equally delighted with the outcome of their decision.
“I’d used all sorts of things to plump up my non-existent 32A breasts - padded bras, silicone chicken fillets - even air pumped bras!
“But having real implants was just a dream until now,” Geraldine said.
The health care worker said she’d always been conscious of her flat chest - even though her husband David is more than happy with her.
“My husband loves me just the way I am but my implants have made me so happy,” she said.
“I never had the push to do it before. I guess when you have children other things get put on the back burner.
“But when I found out my daughter was going to do it I thought why not? So Daniella booked me in for an appointment,” she added.
Kathy Griffin, clinic manager at The Hospital Group in Cardiff, said that this was a first for them.
“I’ve never had a mum and her daughter having the same operation on the same day,” she said.