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Reality Star Vicky Pattison Considers Breast Implants

Vicky Pattison has a lot to live up to these days. As the one of the participants in “Geordie Shore”, the British spin-off of the American show “Jersey Shore”, Pattison is all too aware of media scrutiny. In a recent interview with OK! Magazine, a British weekly magazine emphasizing in celebrity news scandal, Pattison admits to considering plastic surgery.

Weight and Confidence Loss

Despite a remarkable weight loss and body toning over the course of the past year, Vicky Pattison has not ruled out plastic or cosmetic surgery. Pattison, who dieted her way from a size 16 to 6/8, made the admission during her one-on-one interview with the British magazine.

According to Pattison, so much weight loss has adversely affected her chest, and she admits she would love to increase her chest so she could wear her backless tops without the need of a brassiere. Consequently, when asked if she would consider going under the knife, Pattinson remarked: “It’s definitely something I would consider. I am thinking about it at the moment, but it’s not a decision I’m going to take lightly. “[“Coronation Street” soap opera star] Michelle Keegan has lovely boobs – she’s incredible and definitely my boob envy!”

Envy Has It’s Price

Pattison is not one to limit her admiration to one person. She also claims to love the style of Lucy Mecklenburgh, one the former stars of Pattison’s reality rival show “The only Way Is Essex”, stating: “I sometimes look at Lucy and think ‘where has she got that outfit from’ as she looks incredible! She’s got such good style.”

Plastic surgery is steadily becoming safer and increasingly cost-efficient. As more celebrities and models reveal their plastic surgeries and treatments, the stigma that once tabooed plastic surgery will slowly give way to support and acceptance. Plastic surgery is not for everyone, and nobody should feel they have to receive treatments. However, plastic surgery should also remain available for everybody without a person feeling embarrassed or ashamed about receiving consultation and treatment. The choice is up to you.

It is kind of nice to know that feelings of social awkwardness and overall insecurity as a catalyst towards receiving plastic surgery is not limited to the United States. You better step up your game, “Jersey Shore”.

If you are interested in receiving plastic surgery and would like to know more about your options, contact one of our representatives from the portal below. We can arrange for you to meet with a board-certified specialist uniquely qualified to your needs and expectations. Call or contact us today to get started.



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