New Documentary Features Mother & Daughter Who Have Spent £60,000 on Cosmetic Surgery

19 Apr 2016

Channel 5’s new one-off documentary ‘My Mum’s Hotter Than Me’ is set to be broadcast on Tuesday April 26 at 10pm in the UK and will feature mother and daughter Georgina Clarke and her daughter Kayla Morris who have spent over £60,000 on cosmetic surgery between them.

Mother Georgina Clarke who is 39 is driven by a desire to look like a real Barbie doll whilst her daughter, 21 year old Kayla is intent on looking as much as Katie Price as she can. Together they have spent over £60,000 on procedures, including breast enhancements, semi-permanent makeup, lip injections, Botox and cheek fillers. Further boob jobs are planned later in the year as well as further lip injections, buttock implants, nose jobs and what is known as a ‘designer vagina’ for Georgina. The pair fund their operations and beauty treatments thanks to Kayla’s job as a stripper.

“I’m so lucky to have a daughter like Kayla who pays for my treatments. I don’t mind her having a sugar daddy or stripping to pay for our cosmetic work because we’re living the dream. I’m really proud of her, ” say Georgina.

Daughter Georgina thinks their passion for surgery and treatments has actually brought them closer together as mother and daughter:

‘My mum is my best friend,’ said Kayla. ‘I love treating her to plastic surgery and getting closer to our dream of looking more like Katie Price. I love the way we look now. When we walk down down the street, everyone looks at us and comments on our huge lips but they’re not big enough for us. Plastic surgery is a way of bonding for us as mum and daughter. We want to have bigger boobs, bigger bums and look even more like Barbies.’

Georgina and Kayla aren’t the only pair to feature on the show. There is 33 year old Charmaine who 14 year old Yasmin finds a constant source of embarrassment and a mother and daughter duo aged 42 and 22 who love to go clubbing together.

‘My Mum’s Hotter Than Me’ is broadcast on Tuesday April 26 at 10pm Channel 5.