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Many women now see plastic surgery as a way to achieve their ideal bodies, thanks to its discovery. Body augmentation operations can cost millions of dollars, but women who are committed to going under the knife are unconcerned about the expense as long as they see results.
Amanda Nicole worked at McDonald's before embarking on her modeling career. Her bodily makeover resulted in her gaining millions of followers on social media platforms such as Instagram.
Amanda Nicole married a US Navy officer when she was 20 years old, but the couple divorced after three years together. Amanda spent 30,000 dollars after their divorce to improve her appearance with breast implant surgery, liposuction, 32DDD breast implants, and fat transfer.
Amanda Nicole Martin now earns more than a million dollars each year, according to the Daily Mail.
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