Lifelong Goal Achieved: Behold The Living Barbie Doll

Lifelong Goal Achieved: Behold The Real Life Barbie Doll


Nannette Hammond has taken upon herself the life goal of becoming a living Barbie doll. And trust me when I tell you, she has succeeded in doing just that!  The stay at home, Cincinnati mom has spent more that $500,000  on plastic surgery so far, and doesn’t mind earmarking more cash to maintain her Barbie figure.

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Forty-two-year-old Nannette is a wife and a mother of five.

“I know the other parents talk and gossip about about me but I will tell you what, I don’t really care,” Nannette told News Dog Media.
“Parents can think what they want and say what they want about my appearance but it doesn’t bother me. I’ve taught my children to rise above it.”
Her obsession started out as a child. She owned more than 50 Barbie dolls, a Barbie house and a van.
“I loved playing with those Barbies. Growing up, I felt shy and self-conscious about my looks and wanted to be just like the dolls.”
By the time she grew from her teens, Nannette started to actively pursue her dream.
When she was 21, she had her first breast implant surgery, taking her from a B-cup to a C, costing 3,000$.
Subsequently, she went for her second breast implant surgery at 24 going up to a DD, costing $9,800. Furthermore, she started dying her brown hair platinum blonde.
Later on, collagen filler injection and Botox entered the picture. Let’s not forget the $140 dollars per month on spray tan sessions.
Monthly manicures and pedicures cost an additional $350 and monthly touch-ups and hair extensions add another 1600$.
To keep her waist at 18 inches, she exercises every single day.
All of those surgeries have made Nannette truly, a living Barbie doll.
You can follow her and admire her look and her life on Instagram. Her profile is updated daily, and her kids help her by taking photos of her.

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“I love my mom’s Instagram! All my friends follow her! I am very proud of you mom,” said her daughter.

Her husband shares the same opinion as her kids.
“I like Nannette’s look and I’m always happy to support her,” he told New Dog Media. “Nannette takes care of the family and puts everyone else first. So we make the most of every moment together.”
But maybe the most important thing is that she likes herself.

Regarding her Barbie dolls, she said: “I imagined they’d always be happy and I felt drab in comparison. I didn’t like my hair color and as a teen, I really wanted bigger breasts.”
“It’s worth every penny to look like this,” says Nannette. “I feel happy and secure. I want to age gracefully and when the time comes for me to have a facelift, I won’t hesitate to get one.”


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