Beauty therapist Kerry Miles, 33, was inspired by Barbie after she grew up feeling depressed thanks to her “plain and boring” looks.
But while Kerry loves her look, her family think she looked better before she splashed the cash on plastic surgery.
Despite being called names in the street, such as “slag” and “whore”, Kerry claims taunts from strangers don’t bother her.
Kerry says: “People used to say I looked a bit like Barbie as a kid, and it’s just something I’ve carried on into adult life – now, I’m like a real-life Barbie doll.
“I always liked Barbie – I had loads of the dolls, and everything was pink and very girly.
“One day in 2010 I tried out the Barbie look properly, and I really liked it – so I decided to take it further.
“I started off by just getting my hair done and wearing a lot of pink, revealing clothes.
“Then in 2014, I got botox and lip fillers for the first time and got a boob job, taking me from a 32C to a 30G.”
Since then, Kerry has spent £100,000 on maintaining her Barbie image – including regular lip fillers and botox sessions, make-up, beauty products, fake tan, hair extensions, teeth whitening, manicures and pedicures, and expensive designer clothes.
It takes Kerry a full two hours to get ready every morning – with a routine including a jacuzzi, facials, fake tan, a full face of make-up with fake eyelashes and hair styling – and that’s just to walk the dogs.
She married husband Darren Mayle in 2012 – and although he’s not a fan of her look, it hasn’t stopped her taking it even further.
Kerry now has plans for another boob job and a nose job – and if hubby Darren doesn’t like it, she said she would divorce him.
She says: “Darren doesn’t like the fake look – he thinks I look better natural.
“But before, I looked so plain and boring – being untouched is horrible.
“He thinks I shouldn’t have any more surgery, but I’m definitely going to – I want another boob job and a nose job. “I do sometimes worry about surgery going wrong, but I always just think it’ll never happen to me – one day it probably will, but the feeling of needing my lips and face to be perfect outweighs the worries.
“If Darren made me choose between him and my looks, I’d definitely choose my looks – another husband would soon come along who’d appreciate my plastic look, he might look more like Ken too!
“If I was a man I wouldn’t go out with a girl that wasn’t plastic – I love the look.
“It would be like having a birthday cake without any icing.”
Darren is not the only one who’s not a fan of Kerry’s extreme look – her mum and dad also tell her she looked better before her transformation.
But despite this, a lot of her surgery is bankrolled by her family.
Kerry says: “Every time I get more botox or another lip filler, my mum and dad say ‘what have you done to your face now?’
“They keep saying I’ll end up looking like a freak, my lips are too big, my boobs are out too much – they think I’ve ruined myself.
“But I don’t care – I know when anyone says that they’re lying, because I know what I looked like before and I know how good I look now.
“Even though they all hate how I look, they do help out with paying for the surgeries and my designer clothes and shoes – because they know how happy it makes me.
“When I was at school, I was bullied for not having boobs or a boyfriend – now I look amazing, and it’s a slap in the face for all those bullies.
“I used to feel so unhappy, sad and depressed all the time – I hated what I saw in the mirror.
“Looking back at old pictures now makes me cringe.
“But now I feel complete – when I’m all glammed up I feel amazing, and with more surgery I’ll feel even better.
“When I get hate from people on the streets, I think it’s just a case of them being jealous.
“People call me a slag, a bad mum and a freak, but I’m just like ‘whatever’ – I couldn’t give a damn what they think.