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Mum saves up for daughter's future boob job

Melbourne, Sept 30 : A former glamour model, who is now a stay-at-home mother, has revealed that she has already started saving money for her four-year-old toddler.


Emily Bramley stated that she wants her baby daughter, Maddie, to follow her in the modeling profession and has put aside 1,000 pounds for any future surgeries she might need, News.com.au reported.

Bramley told the Sun that if its a breast enlargement or bum implants that her daughter might need in the future, she can do that for her, as modeling is a great job.

The mother added that she knows her daughter will thank her for this gesture when she is older.

Bramley claimed that breast enlargement from an A cup to DD had helped launch her modeling career, which she got done at the age of 19, after borrowing 4,500 pounds for the surgery.

--ANI (Posted on 30-09-2013)

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