Glamour model, 42, with double Z cup breasts says she’ll NEVER stop getting enlargements

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A divorcée with double Z cup breasts has insisted that she’ll never stop enlarging her chest because she’s aiming to look like Jessica Rabbit.

Foxy Menagerie, 42, from Michigan, started having surgery six years ago, in order to  revamp her look following a divorce.

Obsessed with achieving what she sees as the ‘perfect’ image, Foxy now has implants that measure 6,640 cubic centimeters – and plans to expand them even more.

She said: ‘My aim is to achieve a more hourglass morphed look with body modification – I want the perfect hourglass figure. 

‘My breasts are still growing. They have expanders in, so I am hopefully going to hit 7,000cc (cubic centimetres) very soon before more surgery.

‘To a degree, yes I am a bit obsessed with surgery – just because I really like the outcome.

‘I feel fantastic when I have surgery done, it makes me so happy to see the new person I’m becoming.’

Breast implant size is described in cubic centimeters, or CCs. 

The higher the number of CCs in an implant, the larger it is. Implants often start at around 400 CCs and go up with each 200 CCs reflecting an additional cup size. 

Whilst Foxy loves the current size of her breasts, she admits they make certain things more tricky for her in day to day life.

‘The worst thing about having such large breasts are some of the silly little things that I discover I suddenly can’t do,’ she said.

‘So, cooking on the front burner of the stove is not a good idea, because then it’s like Mrs Doubtfire. That’s bad.

‘I have to put my leg up sideways to put my shoe on, I can’t just bend over.

‘Walking down the stairs, I fall a lot. So I hold on to the rail to save my life.’

Foxy added she was very shy as a child in school and describes herself as ‘plain looking’ – something she is more than making up for now.

She said: ‘I was very shy and very quiet.

‘I did not talk at all and I was pretty plain except for when I was a teenager and I began to model.

‘I got a little older and when I got married, I stopped modelling. It wasn’t until I was divorced years later that I kind of just fell back into it without looking for it.

‘The surgeries really, really impact my confidence because it’s the look I’m after. It’s taken a lot to get me to this point.’

Foxy’s first ‘proper’ job was in interior design – a workplace where she received lots of strange looks and stares due to her appearance.

But this came as no surprise to Foxy, as she is more than used to getting attention on a daily basis from work colleagues, and strangers alike.

‘I get a lot of attention when I’m out and about,’ she said.

‘It never really bothers me unless someone crosses the line and is rude.

‘But for the most part, people are very kind and just curious.

‘I love taking pictures with people and meeting different people.

‘I don’t blame them for looking because it’s like seeing the Loch Ness Monster – you don’t know when you’re going to see one and if you do, you want to take a picture.’

Whilst Foxy’s friends have supported her surgery thus far, it’s been a different story with certain members of her family.

She said: ‘My friends are very supportive of my surgeries. A lot of them do different treatments on me and are in the beauty industry.

‘So they’re in full support.

‘I’ve got a lot of new fans on social media recently too – I love the fans that I have on there for their constant support and friendship.

‘My family doesn’t always fully understand my look. It is a lot to ask them to take in and I look a lot different than how I was born – so I can understand the difficulty.’

And despite Foxy having a few health scares in the past, she’s definitely not slowing down with her surgeries in the future.

‘I have many more surgeries planned for this year,’ she said.

‘The first, I’ll be getting my butt done in May.

‘I’m not sure if I’ll ever be happy with my appearance, and right now, I don’t have a set goal on exactly what size I want to grow my expanders – but I definitely want to hit 7,000cc soon.’

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