With our western world rapidly getting too comfortable with going under the knife, there should be more pressure than ever on celebs to persuade young girls to understand they are perfect the way they are – unfortunately Frankie Sandford is not one of them…
While everyone of course has the right to correct features of their body if they cause them severer confidence or self esteem issues, but merely adjusting an element about ones figure to make it conform to a ‘media bread stereotype’ of beauty, should not be done lightly.
With many stars such as Hollywood beauties and human rights activists Angelina Jolie and Jamie Lee Curtis, Jodie Foster, Julianne Moore, Susan Sarandon and model Sophia Loren – to name just a few – keen to prove EVERY women is beautiful just they way they are, it can be frustrating to see the younger generation dismissing natural beauty.
Whilst the strong and proud women above strive to promote natural beauty, despite constantly living their lives under theÂ colossal strain to look perfect for the camera, UK girlband member Frankie Sandford is yet to be convinced.
The Saturdays star, just 22, has revealed that she would consider cosmetic surgery for vanity reasons.
Despite having a young, toned physique most women can only dream off, the singer has confessed that she would still get sliced to improve her looks.
Scared of becoming an organic elegance as time ticks on, Frankie said: ‘I wouldn’t rule cosmetic surgery out.
‘I always joke and say I’m not going to grow old gracefully.
‘But you never know what you’re going to do.’
She has barely entered adulthood but WAG Frankie, reveals she is still jealous of one band mate in particular – Mollie King.
Frankie may be thinner that a blade of grass already, but she admits she is still green with envy over Mollie’s twiglet legs, and would also love a helping hand on top as well.
‘I’m self-conscious of my bottom-half,’ she admits.
‘I know that I’m not large, but it’s something I think about. And I’d quite like bigger breasts.’