Liz Truss caps energy bills at £2,500 until 2024 on Thursday (8 September)Reuters
Liz Truss caps energy bills at £2,500 until 2024 on Thursday (8 September)Reuters
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<p>A woman who spent £50k to look like Kim Kardashian says she has no regrets over her surgeries - as it gives her "pretty privilege".</p><p>Cherri Lee, 28, grew up idolising the reality star and made it her mission to look just like her - despite being a totally different race. </p><p>Cherri, who is from South Korea, had 15 surgeries in eight years in a bid to replicate Kim's hourglass figure and glamorous look. </p><p>Her first facial surgery, aged 20, was a procedure to give her eyes double eyelids - and further surgeries included three Brazilian butt lifts and two breast augmentations. </p><p>Cherri, whose South Korean name is Hanbyeol, also had several other facial surgeries to the point that nobody even believes she's from Korea. </p><p>But despite the £50k price tag she says she has no regrets and would even consider further surgeries because she experiences "pretty privilege". </p><p>'Pretty privilege' is the idea that attractive people are given more opportunities and benefits in society because of how they look.</p><p>Cherri, a part-time English teacher, said: "I love my look but I'd still consider more lipsuctions. </p><p>"It would be difficult to get another Brazilian Butt Lift as they've already taken almost all the fat off me. </p><p>"But with lipsuction, I do think if I had smaller arms it would make my bum look bigger. </p><p>"I will never ever regret it - I just love the 'pretty privilege'. </p><p>"It's definitely a real thing - like when you go to a restaurant and there are no tables but you're a beautiful woman, they find you a table. </p><p>"When I was travelling in a foreign country it was definitely helpful and it does make me feel good. </p><p>"I didn't do all of this for the small favours in life - I did it so I would love the way I looked - but it is definitely a perk.</p><p>"I will never ever regret the changes I made to the way I look, and my only regret is not doing it sooner."</p><p>Cherri had her first surgery aged just 20 to remove her double eyelids - and quickly became hooked on the confidence boost it gave her following a tough breakup.</p><p>The surgery, in 2014, became the first of 15 as she found herself more and more desperate to look like the Kardashians.</p><p>In particular she dreamt of looking like her idol Kim, but catch was that Cherri is Korean, not American-Armenian.</p><p>She said: "After a breakup, my confidence was at rock-bottom. I always wanted the glamorous Kardashian look with the big bum and hourglass figure. </p><p>"My ex didn't want me back after the first surgery, but every time I went under the knife I would see positive change, and I quickly got addicted." </p><p>In 2016, she had her first boob job in Seoul before another eye surgery the following year. </p><p>Between 2019 and 2021, she had THREE Brazilian butt lifts (BBL) to get Kim's world-famous behind - because each time it wasn't as big as she wanted.</p><p>Between those years she also had a nose job, cheekbone surgery, a double chin reduction and two rounds of buccal fat removal, which thins the cheeks.</p><p>She was able to afford the pricey surgeries thanks to help from her parents.</p><p>Cherri hasn't been under the knife since her last buccal fat removal in Greece last year - and until recently, thought she'd achieved her dream look.</p><p>She currently has 1050cc implants in each breast - making her a 34GGG cup size - and her facial surgeries have changed her face so much that she no longer looks Korean. </p><p>In fact, she admitted even some members of her own family don't recognise her at first - and people see her walking around her hometown and assume she's a tourist. </p><p>And others mistake her for Kim K from behind - leaving her feeling better than ever. </p><p>Cherri said: "I don't think my facial features look like Kim K but the overall vibe is her.</p><p>"I do get people commenting from behind, thinking I can't hear them asking each other if I'm Kim.</p><p>"There are lots of Kim lookalikes but I came from an Asian background, so it takes much more effort - you don't see many Asian girls doing this."</p><p>She said she sometimes receives negative comments but defends her right to do as she pleases with her own body.</p><p>She even calls it the "best decision" she ever made - and is thrilled with her appearance now.</p><p>But despite being happy with her look, she admitted she's recently been considering having more liposuction.</p><p>While she can't have another BBL, she reckons if she had smaller arms, it would make her behind look larger by comparison.</p><p>She is considering more because she loves the "pretty privilege" she experiences - insisting it's "a real thing."</p><p>She said: "Now, I have a bigger pool of men approaching me. </p><p>"I've always been an attention seeker - it makes me feel sexy. I like random people giving me compliments. </p><p>"People are just more warm to you when you're pretty.</p><p>"My confidence is through the roof, I'm so much happier now than when I was younger.</p><p>"I will never ever regret it - my only regret is not doing it sooner."</p>
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