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When you're growing up, most parents will encourage you to seek the career of your dreams, help foster your best attributes and fix your blind spots.
So it's astonishing that a mum has gone public about her particular dreams for her daughter - which involve getting plastic surgery as 'ugly people get nowhere'.
Carla Bellucci, 37, from Hertfordshire, has more than 63,000 followers on Instagram, where she posts a bunch of modelling shots. She's gone on the record to Closer magazine to say she wants her daughter Tanisha to get plastic surgery so that she can go far in life.
The mum has told the glossy mag that her 14-year-old 'isn't the most academic of girls' and reckons going under the knife will help her because 'ugly people get nowhere these days'.
The 37-year-old said: "I don't really care about her education, unlike with my boys.
"She will need to rely on her looks to get on in life, so she will need to be perfect. 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.
"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."
No doubt Carla will be pushing for Tanisha to be signing up to Love Island the moment she's of age.
The London mum says she's been putting away £100 ($120) every month so that Tanisha can pay for the surgery she wants. That's on top of the £200 ($240) a month she's forking out to maintain her daughter's acrylic nails, her tinted eyebrows and hair extensions.
Carla grabbed headlines when she revealed she lied to her doctors in order to get a nose job done on the NHS.
She faked depression in order to get the £7,000 ($8,500) procedure done courtesy of the taxpayer.
Carla told This Morning: "I did bend the truth to get a nose job. I lied, but I do work. I was born here. I feel like I've not really done anything that wrong.
"I said I was unhappy about I've never been clinically depressed I just said it. I was advised to say a few things by a GP. I think I am one of many. Maybe there's cracks in the systems. I'm not saying what I done was right, but I don't live in regret."
Well, let's see how it turns out for Carla and Tanisha.
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