Mother and daughter used 'sugar daddy' to spend $86,000 on matching plastic surgery

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Meet the Mother-Daughter Duo Who Spent Over $80,000 to Have Plastic Surgery Together

This mother and daughter have taken "family bonding" to a whole new level. The U.K. women have spent over $86,000 on matching plastic surgery in an effort to look like their idol, British model Katie Price.

When Kayla Morris, 20, was 11 years old, she decided that she would get breast enlargement surgery one day. Her mother, Georgina Clarke, was fully supportive. Clarke told New Dog Media:

"I was pleased Kayla wanted surgery and wanted a boob job. I was glad because I wanted her to be like that kind of person."

When Morris was 17 years old, she worked as a stripper in a Birmingham club. It was at this club that she met a "sugar daddy" who agreed to pay for both her and her mother's cosmetic surgeries.

Since then, both mother and daughter have received lip injections, Botox, semi-permanent makeup, cheek fillers, hair extensions, teeth whitening, and breast enlargements. Next up? The duo plans to get matching butt lifts. Clarke said:

"I'm really lucky to have a daughter like Kayla that spoils me and gives me and pays for my surgery and stuff. I'm just living the dream. I'm so lucky. I'm so proud of her. I really am."

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Despite the backlash the dynamic duo has received, they don't let the haters bring them down. The two still plan to continue undergoing surgeries in order to look like Price. Morris said:

"We look how we want to look and we're having like a good time. We are a bit closer to looking like Katie Price but not as close as we would like. Still a bit to go."

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