Says mother who has spent ?45,000 on plastic surgery.
Most mothers would aspire to pass on something of themselves to a teenage daughter.
But for Margaret King, that didn't mean offering young Jodie advice on the opposite sex or even guiding her on her wardrobe choices.
For her 18th birthday, she bought her Botox injections to get rid of the 'wrinkles' on the teenager's forehead.
Margaret, a 49-year-old housewife who has had regular Botox injections for 11 years, has no qualms about her daughter inheriting her habit.
In fact, she is planning to buy Jodie a nose job for her 21st and has taken her for a consultation about breast enlargement.
Margaret and Jodie King
Now firstly I don't see any
wrinkles on Jodie's forehead but if you read the article she admits being addicted to botox injections.
'So what if I'm a teenage Botox addict? I can't think of anything worse than looking old. I'll always find a way to pay for Botox. Now I've started I can't stop.'
I can think of much worse things than getting old love.
And secondly if I'd spent ?45,000 on plastic surgery and looked like that, I'd want a refund