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Mum And Four Daughters Have Had 13 Boob Jobs Between Them ... Now Pressurising Daughter Number Five, 14, To Have Implants Too!

04/07/2012 17:36 | Updated 22 May 2015
Mum and four daughters have 13 boob jobs between them...and can't understand why daughter number five, 14, doesn't want to have one!Barcroft

Britney Marshall has just turned 14 - yet her mum is already pressing her to get a BOOB JOB.

Britney is the youngest daughter in Britain's most cosmetically enhanced family. Mum Chantal Marshall and her four eldest daughters have all had multiple boob jobs - costing a total of £50,000 all together.

Chantal, an at-home psychic who also has four sons, has had four boob jobs and is currently a size 32GG. Daughters Ripley, 21, and Tara, 26, have both had two boob jobs, while older sisters Terri, 27, and Emma, 30 - former topless models - have had three each.

Beautician Ripley is a 32DD, stay-at-home mum Tara is a 34F, horse trainer Terri is a 34HH, while Emma, also a beautician, is a 32GG like her mum. Altogether they have had 2800 ccs of silicone added to their breasts - nearly three litres.

The only female in the family who hasn't had her boobs done is Britney - but alarmingly, Chantal has already started pushing her youngest to get implants when she is 18 so she can be like the rest of the family.

Chantal, from Kirkby-In-Ashfield, Notts, says: "Britney is 14 going on 30. She idolises her older sisters so we've already starting talking about her getting a boob job as soon as she turns 18. At the moment she doesn't really have what I would say are boobs, but I would like her to follow in her sisters' footsteps when she is old enough.

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In the past Britney has said she wouldn't want massive boobs like her sisters, but recently she's come round to the idea.

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She's the brainy one of the bunch and does quite well at school. But she already dyes her hair blonde and wears lots of make-up and tan. It's only a matter of time before she starts saving for new boobs.

Mum and four daughters have 13 boob jobs between them...and can't understand why daughter number five, 14, doesn't want to have one!Barcroft

"I treat Britney as an equal and she texts me constantly. I talk to her about boys and relationships, though I would prefer she wasn't bringing boys home until she's at least 16.

She does look mature for her age. Obviously at 14 Britney's too young to go out drinking but we know it won't be long before she's coming out on the town with us. I really can't wait until she's old enough.

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When I hit the town with the other girls I'm often mistaken for their sister. It's a real laugh and keeps me young. Some of my sons think we're crazy. They keep telling Britney she should be different and not get her boobs done. But I've done it, and I really think it's only made my life better.

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"I go to the gym five times a week for two hours to keep myself in shape - I need to so I can hit the club with the girls until 4am."

As well as her five daughters, Chantal has four boys - Tom, 24, mechanic Danny, 20, Dylan, 19, and 15-year-old Brandon.

Chantal, who separated from her children's father Stephen, 52, 12 years ago, works as a 'psychic clairvoyant medium', giving readings from home and performing for audiences connecting with the spirit world and predicting. She also cares for her son Dylan, who has a learning difficulties, and is a full-time mum to Britney and Brandon, who plans to join the Army.

Britney, who is in year nine, dreams of one day becoming a high-flying businesswoman.

And while she sometimes thinks all the other women in her family are 'crazy', she admits she's considering getting her boobs done too:

"I'm on the fence at the moment. I've talked to my mum and sisters about it a lot, and they really love their new boobs and the attention they get from them.

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A few months ago I was sure I wanted them, but then sometimes I look at them and think they look ridiculous.

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"Sometimes I get embarrassed by it all. I've been teased by the kids a school a few times. I have a thick skin and make up my own mind. Maybe I'll decide to get them and start saving in a few years. For now I want to focus on my school work."

However, brothers Brandon, 15, and Danny, 20, think Britney is too young for surgery.

"I think she should be left to make her own mind up about it. She should be concentrating on school rather than thinking about surgery," says Danny.

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Mum and my other sisters love that look but Britney should make the most of being a normal teenager.

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Brandon added: "It's hilarious. I don't understand girls sometimes. Britney should make her own mind up."

Chantal had her first surgery in 1996 after seven pregnancies had taken their toll on her figure. She paid £3,200 on implants going from a 34B a 34DD, however, the result was not what she was hoping for.

"Having seven kids had taken its toll on my figure and I felt self-conscious about my saggy boobs. I thought surgery would bring my old confidence back but after my first operation my breasts looked like balls in socks rather than the pert, round breasts I had imagined.

"I ended up paying £200 to get them removed and was adamant I wasn't going to go under the knife again."

However, when her eldest, Emma, had surgery to take her from a 34B to a 34D, at age 18, she was so impressed with the results that she decided to give it another go.

Emma's new boobs also inspired her sister Tara, who went from a 32DD to a 32GG.

In February 2004, Chantal had her breasts enlarged to a 34DD. Two years later she had them uplifted at the same time Ripley, then 18, had her first boob job and Emma, was going for her second.

"People say we are like the Kardashians, and I think we are - only with more drama," says Chantal. "Life with my girls is never dull, they are always fighting over clothes and who is copying who.

"However, there's no competition in our breast size - Terri definitely got the biggest, they are enormous. We are well known around here and get a lot of attention and compliments. I would do anything to keep my kids happy."

Let's hope Britney keeps her level head and stays clear of cosmetic surgery, don't you think?

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