Now, world`s first cosmetic surgery calendar
London: The girl staff at a British clinic has shed clothes for the world`s first cosmetic surgery calendar.
The women, featured in the new 2010 Transform calendar, have gone under the knife — and bared all to raise cash for kids in need.
Aged 25 to 57, the ladies have undergone multiple surgeries at their own Transform clinics nationwide, including boob jobs, liposuction, wrinkle-busting Botox and facial peels.
And all these girls work as PAs, nurses, receptionists and admin staff.
"When I was asked to take part in this charity calendar I jumped at the chance,” the Sun quoted Cat Digregorio, Non-Surgical Coordinator at Transform Fulham, who starred as Miss June in the calendar, as saying.
"I have just had my breasts and lips enhanced and feel much more confident. When you get the body you`ve dreamed of for so long, why not show it off?" she added.
Costing 2 pounds, the WI Calendar Girls-style calendar will be sold across Transform`s 24 clinics, and all the proceeds from sales will be donated to NSPCC.
"We are all about making people look good and this shows off our work while raising much-needed charity funds,” said Transform`s Operations Director, Pat Dunion.
"The calendar is tongue-in-cheek, but tasteful. It features girls from across our company of all ages and they all look amazing,” he added.
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