I’m proud of my 3 boob jobs, veneers, Botox & fillers…people are shocked when they see what I looked like before surgery | The Sun

A WOMAN has revealed that she has spent £30,000 on cosmetic surgeries to transform herself into a living doll.

Maddison Fox, from Surrey, started her plastic surgery journey at the age of just 21.

So far she has had three boob jobs, veneers, Botox and fillers.

In the future she hopes to get a nose job, Brazilian Butt Lift, fox eye surgery and eyelid surgery.

Crediting her ample bosom, the 30-year-old model and content creator says she 'invested' in her 30JJ (1,300cc) breasts.

But the woman recently took to TikTok to show off how she looked before any cosmetic surgeries, leaving many open-mouthed. 

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She shared her video with the caption ‘what a difference 4-5 years makes.” 

Posting what she described as her ‘glow up’, at the start of the clip, we saw Maddison four years ago, prior to any surgery or cosmetic procedures.

Then, just seconds later, Maddison shared a picture of what she looks like now, after having multiple cosmetic surgeries and treatments.

The naturally brunette beauty has been able to completely transform her appearance with cosmetic surgeries, making her almost unrecognisable.

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Maddison’s video has clearly shocked many, as it has quickly racked up 97.3k views.

It has 4,315 likes, 272 comments and 107 shares.

Social media users were left open-mouthed at the woman’s dramatic transformation and were eager to reflect this in the comments. 

One person said: “Prefer the old natural look.”

Another added: “Preferred the first one.”

A third commented: “beautiful before.”

Whilst someone else questioned: “Isn't it weird for you to look in the mirror and not recognise the person looking back?”

Another simply said: “NO WAYYYYYYYY!!!!!” 

Previously, Maddison revealed why she's desperate to achieve the blow-up doll look.

She explained: ''I'm an advocate for people just doing whatever it is that they want to do.

''Whoever or whatever they want to be – you should do that.''

Despite understanding that some people may have an issue with ''fakery'' and her three boob jobs, Maddison said she's happy now – and that's key.

The beauty lover claimed: ''I like the way that I look.

''I haven't changed for anybody else but myself, for me and my future.

Although since joining TikTok the blonde has seen a lot of negative comments left by trolls, it doesn't affect her as much.

She added: ''There's nothing that somebody's saying to me that I haven't said to myself before.

''It comes from a place of genuinely not actually caring what people think about me.

''If I didn't want to stand out from the crowd and draw attention to me, I obviously wouldn't have got bazookas like this.

''I know I look different – and I'm proud of that,'' she hit back at all the meanies.

Fellow social media users flocked to comments to thank Maddison for being so open, with one writing: ''Madison I respect you for your choice. I love you.

''So you be you. Who cares about what else anybody thinks about you.''

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Another supportive viewer added: ''The truth about heaters is 99% of it is jealousy and the other 1%is attention seeker. Keep on being fabulous girl.''

Whilst a third noted: ''Really love how you can speak on things in depth and open up when the time is right but be a bad B at the same time.”

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