Anna Vakili has revealed she will be going under the knife next week for breast reduction surgery, shortly after recovering from coronavirus.
She shared a photo of Skinade MD pre- and post-care which is meant to speed up recovery time for aesthetic procedures as she told her fans: ‘Taking this before and after my breast reduction surgery next week.’
Anna also updated fans on her story, saying: ‘So I’ve emailed my surgeon and the surgery is still going ahead next Tuesday on the 12th.
‘And guess what, we are going to do a YouTube on it, back on YouTube after months of being off it and I am going to film the whole thing like going into surgery and coming out of surgery, everything.’
She added that she would also answer questions from fans to give them more information on why she has decided to get a reduction after having previously had implants.
Anna added: ‘I’m going to put a question box as well, if any of you have any questions regarding my breast augmentation, the reason why I regret it or the process, let me know so I can answer it in the YouTube video.’
She had the £5,500 breast enlargement when she was 23, going from a B-cup to an E-cup, but decided to reverse it after it left her boobs ‘completely numb’.
The pharmacist had also recently revealed that she and her parents are doing much better after they all came down with coronavirus over Christmas.
She told her followers: ‘Mum is much much better, and Dad has been much better the past day or two, as in he’s not bed-bound anymore, which is great.’
Anna also feared her father had died on Boxing Day after he collapsed while suffering from Covid.
She explained to The Sun: ‘It’s so weird because the first day he got symptoms he was jumping up and down and dancing, and I thought I’m so glad he hasn’t really been affected – it was Christmas Eve I think.
‘Suddenly the next day, boom. It hits you and all day he was in bed. Then on Boxing Day he must have got up to go to the toilet, and he collapsed and hit his head on the floor – it was the scariest moment of my life! I thought he had died.’
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