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Meet The Human Barbie Who Claims She Has Never Done Plastic Surgery


Meet The Human Barbie Who Claims She Has Never Done Plastic Surgery

Angelica Kenova, known as the “all-natural” human Barbie, has generated a great deal of controversy. Due to her strict parents, Angelica developed a small waist that measures barely 20 inches and fits a 32E bra size.

When Angelica was a young child, her parents treated her like a doll. She says, “Growing up, my parents raised me like a princess and never let me go out, date boys, or have the usual adult experiences. As a result, I am not fit for real life — I’m like a living doll.”

She hasn’t ever been in a relationship since her parents won’t let her, and she needs to adhere to a strict training regimen that involves working with a personal trainer for around two to three hours, five days a week. Exercises like jogging, weightlifting, and cardio are included.

Her parents began morphing their daughter into a living doll when she was 6, when her mother, Natalia, began buying Kenova collectible Barbie dolls and dressing up her daughter like one.

“My mother was also very beautiful in her youth,” Kenova explains. “She looked like Brigitte Bardot. She loved Barbie’s slender beauty, golden curls, cute face, and beautiful clothes, and urged me to be the same.”

She first made headlines in 2014. The young model, who has an older brother named Roman, continued to claim that she had not undergone surgery: “I have never had plastic surgery [because] cosmetic work is only necessary when an individual has serious faults with their face or body.”

Kenova’s doll-like qualities transcend beyond only her appearance and touch every facet of her life: She is still living with her parents, who have raised her to the age of 26, and they keep an eye on her at all times.

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