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Olivia Newton-John's daughter vows to ditch fillers amid plans to undergo boob surgery

"There's a product called hyaluronidase that can take it out, it basically dissolves it, which is an ongoing process that I go through."The actress and singer explained that when she initially got her boob augmentation she “wasn’t aware” of what would come with it.She had the surgery done back in Australia when she was 18 years old and opened up about her regrets.Chloe continued: “When I had my breasts done I had very low self-esteem.Chloe continued: “When I had my breasts done I had very low self-esteem.“I also wasn't aware, I trusted anyone in a white coat and I wasn't aware that there was any side effects or consequences."I'm actually looking into removing them, it does cost a lot of money."Last week, Chloe paid a heartfelt tribute to her late mum as she uploaded a video from a live Q&A she had with her followers, in which she discussed her “grieving process”.She wrote in the lengthy caption: “It was so healing to be an ear and lend my heart to others.“I’d like to thank my husband for being such a pillar of wisdom and strength during this experience so that I could muster the courage to reach out and connect with all you beautiful souls who loved my beautiful mama so much.“Connecting with those who have lost the ones they love most was so touching and I was honored to hear your stories.”Chloe went on: “My mama always told me if your suffering turn that into helping others.“Thank you all for your love and sharing your life stories with me.“Your very brave, It was very therapeutic to hear from you and share heart with you.” (sic)Olivia died from cancer at the age of 73 in early August surrounded by friends and family.She was first diagnosed with the condition in 1992 on the same weekend her father died.
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Olivia Newton-John's daughter vows to ditch fillers amid plans to undergo boob surgery
"There's a product called hyaluronidase that can take it out, it basically dissolves it, which is an ongoing process that I go through."The actress and singer explained that when she initially got her boob augmentation she “wasn’t aware” of what would come with it.She had the surgery done back in Australia when she was 18 years old and opened up about her regrets.Chloe continued: “When I had my breasts done I had very low self-esteem.Chloe continued: “When I had my breasts done I had very low self-esteem.“I also wasn't aware, I trusted anyone in a white coat and I wasn't aware that there was any side effects or consequences."I'm actually looking into removing them, it does cost a lot of money."Last week, Chloe paid a heartfelt tribute to her late mum as she uploaded a video from a live Q&A she had with her followers, in which she discussed her “grieving process”.She wrote in the lengthy caption: “It was so healing to be an ear and lend my heart to others.“I’d like to thank my husband for being such a pillar of wisdom and strength during this experience so that I could muster the courage to reach out and connect with all you beautiful souls who loved my beautiful mama so much.“Connecting with those who have lost the ones they love most was so touching and I was honored to hear your stories.”Chloe went on: “My mama always told me if your suffering turn that into helping others.“Thank you all for your love and sharing your life stories with me.“Your very brave, It was very therapeutic to hear from you and share heart with you.” (sic)Olivia died from cancer at the age of 73 in early August surrounded by friends and family.She was first diagnosed with the condition in 1992 on the same weekend her father died.
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Olivia Newton-John fortune: Incredible final acts of generosity as inheritance split
Olivia Newton-John would have celebrated her 74th birthday on September 26.The Cambridge-born star earned millions for her efforts in music and entertainment, and a staggering final act of charity saw Newton-John’s family splitting their inheritance with her charities. Newton-John was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 1992 – in a tragic twist, her diagnosis came the same weekend her father died of cancer.The Xanadu singer underwent extensive treatment including a partial mastectomy and was given the all-clear. But in 2013, Newton-John was told she had breast cancer a second time and once again she beat the disease, getting another all-clear after treatment. Shortly after her second diagnosis, the singer founded the Olivia Newton-John Cancer & Wellness Centre, which reportedly cost $189million (£156million), at a Melbourne hospital.In 2015 she founded the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Institute and in 2020 launched the Olivia Newton-John Foundation Fund which sponsors research in herbal cancer treatments. Unfortunately, in 2017 the star was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer.She started selling off parts of her impressive real estate portfolio which spanned multiple countries with all of the proceeds going towards her charities. She reportedly sold her incredible Australian abode for $4.6million (£3.8million).
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