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A woman who has spent £190,000 on surgery to look like a caricature she had drawn on holiday has spoken about her decisions on This Morning.
Philip Schofield and Holly Willoughby were left squirming in their seats as she spoke about how she has had surgery to get a 'designer vagina', as well as having heart-shaped nipples tattooed on after several boob jobs.
Krystina Butel, a 32-year-old from Yorkshire, described how she decided to radically alter the way she looked after getting a caricature drawn 18 years ago, while on holiday in Ibiza.
She had her first breast enlargement aged just 17 and has since spent £23,000 on boob jobs alone. She wants to go under the knife again before she gets married.
She told the shocked presenters: "Straight after having the drawing, I thought this is what I would like to look like.
"I have always been a true follower of what I want to look like. It probably wasn't as popular then. Everyone has eyelashes and surgery now.
"First thing was the hair dyed to have blonde and use the sunbeds. I started using fake tan."
However, after gaining a significant amount of weight - at one point she weighed 24 stone - she controversially underwent gastric band surgery on the NHS.
At the time she was the subject of a lot of criticism, but she defended her actions. She continued: "Firstly, having a gastric band on the NHS was something I chose to disclose. The next thing is I didn't lie about it.
"If I had a drink drugs or alcohol problem the NHS would cater for me. I was addicted to food. I was 24 stone. I was in ill health."
That wasn't the last of her surgeries though. Since then she has had the surgery that Phil delicately called a 'designer va-jay-jay' and hearts tattooed over her nipples.
Holly was visibly uncomfortable about the whole thing. She asked Krystina about the pain of having that work done, with the guest replying: "I thought why not? It was the added bling, I have had them now for a number of years.
"They might be gone when I get my next boob job, I might cut them off."
That's the spirit. I think.
It goes without saying that this interview prompted some less than positive responses on the Internet:
Fair point, well made.
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