Daughter Double: $58,000 Surgery To Become My Child’s Twin

JANET: I based my transformation on my daughter because she is beautiful, I created her, and
I wanted her look. COMM: With their matching long blonde hair and size 8 figures, these women are often
mistaken for sisters. But 57-year-old Janet Horrocks has spent £40,000 and endured extensive
surgery to look like her 36-year-old daughter Jane. JANET: When people mistake Jane and I as sisters, I feel great about myself, I feel on top of
the world. And it makes me think that all the money I spent was well worth every penny.
They would never in a million years think that I was her mother and she was my daughter,
and it’s great, it’s a great feeling. We dress alike, we look alike, we have the
same hairstyle, we have the same hair colour, we are both very slim. So why wouldn’t they
mistake us for sisters? COMM: However Jane has been less that thrilled about the comparisons between her and her
mum. JANE: When I found out first that my mum wanted to base herself on me I was terrified. I was
not impressed. I didn’t want my mum to look like me. I didn’t want people thinking that
she was my sister. I wanted them to know that she was my mum. My mum does not take my feelings
into consideration. If my mum’s going to have surgery or do what she wants to do, she
is going to do it whether I like it or not. JANET: Jane was against it at first; she didn’t like me looking like her. It was embarrassing
for her, but now she is kind of accepted it because she knows I am not going to back down,
and I am just going to keep going. I have the right to copy Jane’s look because I
created her in the first place. And she has already got my looks anyway so all I am doing
is just emphasising, you know, that look again. JANET: To be honest I don’t care what she thinks because I am still gonna copy her anyway.
It’s me and that’s just how I am. JANET: Over the years I have had several surgeries, the first being breast augmentation. After
that I had upper eyes, lower eyes, I had nose, I had laser resurfacing, I had Botox, I had
fillers, I had my lips done and then I had another breast augmentation. I never want
to look old. I always want to look like my daughter. So to further improve it, I will
be, you know, seeking more surgeries. COMM: Unlike her surgery obsessed mum, Jane plans to grow old gracefully. JANE: I wouldn’t do it myself, have cosmetic surgery. I am concerned that my mum is having
surgery. I’m worried that maybe something could go wrong or she might just push it too
far and look totally fake. But I can’t stop her so she will just carry on. JANET: I always want to maintain that look. It’s just me, I can’t help it, and I will
continue to do so till the day I die.