Farrah Abraham Says She Would Let Her Daughter Get Plastic Surgery

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Farrah Abraham is an outspoken advocate of plastic surgery. In fact, she even wants to become a plastic surgeon herself because of the way it's changed her life.

Back in March, Farrah explained why she wants to pursue that particular career path, telling TMZ, "Since I've had some plastic surgeries, it's really influenced my career and my life and my happiness and I only wish to do that for others."

Farrah choosing plastic surgery for herself is one thing, but fans were a bit shocked when she said she'd let her daughter Sophia go under the knife if she wanted to, too. In a new interview with Us Weekly, Farrah says that little Soph is already feeling a little insecure.

"I think it's really a struggle losing your teeth right now when everyone's looking at looks," she told them. "So, she lost her first big tooth, and she's just like, 'Mommy, I want teeth like yours!' and I've had my teeth cosmetically done, so they're looking pretty perfect."

When they asked if she'd support Sophia having plastic surgery, she said yes. "You'll see that my daughter does value how I've done my look and invested in myself, and I feel like if [plastic surgery is] not harming her and making her look better, and keeping her healthy into her older years, I have no issues with that."

She continued, "I'm going to be supportive because it hurts me to see my daughter worrying about her looks, even while she's losing her teeth right now, so that's sad."

Of course, all of this would be years down the road and in the interim, Farrah is encouraging her daughter to "look past some of those things," but it would be really hard growing up in the spotlight like that and we're sad to hear that Soph is already feeling self-conscious because she's absolutely adorable.

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