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Barbie wannabe, 19, spends £14k a year on surgery to look like favourite doll

***EXCLUSIVE*** SWEDEN: This Barbie-wannabe had her first fillers at just THIRTEEN-YEARS-OLD after being influenced by her own MUM and now spends over £14K a year on surgery to look like her idol. Lash technician Stefanie Mulic (19) from Sweden was immersed in the beauty industry since she was very young as her mum and aunt were both beauticians and they introduced her to the many ways possible to enhance her look. When she was just 13, Stefanie tried fillers in her lips for the first time and immediately loved the look, however as she was so young, she waited for a few more years until delving into the world of plastic surgery further. By 17, Stefanie felt ready to try more procedures and had more lip fillers which made her feel the best she ever had done. Stefanie loves having big lips as it helps her achieve the perfect doll look, with her inspiration coming from Bratz and Barbie dolls. Stefanie has always felt self-conscious of her nose and was even dating someone who told her that her nose ‘ruins’ her good looks, which added to her concerns and made her want to have a rhinoplasty even more. Since then, Stefanie has had her lips, chin, cheeks, brows and jawline altered, as well as her smile lines and her teeth done. Adding to this, she does waist training every day to add to her Barbie look. Stefanie has had lip fillers every month since she turned 17 and budgets 15,000 Swedish krona per month, which is approximately £1,200 each month and adds up to over £14K a year. The multiple procedures have improved her confidence and gifted her with many more Instagram followers. Stefanie is hoping to have many more procedures in the future, including breast implants, rib removal surgery, a face lift, butt implants, hip implants, buccal fat removal and silicone lip implants.

Cancer sufferer has benefits axed 'because she's survived longer than expected'

***EXCLUSIVE*** A cancer sufferer who was given months to live has had her benefits stopped - because she has survived longer than expected. Single mum Kathy Hall was told she had just six months to a year to live in 2016 when she was diagnosed with a brain tumour. Yet in August this year, the 44-year-old was assessed at home and deemed fit to work despite suffering with extreme headaches and lethargy. Kathy's illness makes her very forgetful and causes her speech to slur.

Huge 'part wild' 4ft cat roaming Bristol with public urged not to approach

***EXCLUSIVE*** The frantic owner of a huge semi-wild Savannah cat has urged the public not to approach it after it escaped. The much-loved pet - whose name is being withheld - has been missing from a neighbourhood in Bristol since Tuesday. It is solely a house cat and is not dangerous, according to owner Laura Page - but could get spooked if people approach. She said: „He will run if people approach him so I just want anyone who sees him to contact me and not try to get him.”

Future Forest exhibition

***EXCLUSIVE*** An artist behind the beloved poppy installation at the Tower of London has crafted a series of woodland sculptures for walkers to discover. Tom Piper MBE, who designed the poppy display to commemorate the centenary of the First World War, has collaborated with internationally-renowned artist Lisa Wright. Together, they have created the 'Future Forest' sculpture trail through Thetford Forest as part of Foresty England's centenary celebrations.