Share A Secret: I went for plastic surgery to try and look like my daughter

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The truth is, Kaylene looks nothing like me. Maybe it was because of the family’s recessive genes or a fortunate quirk of nature, but she turned out as the perfect mix of my parents’ natural good looks and Chris’ Eurasian ancestry.

Kaylene had an aquiline nose whereas I had a flat yet fleshy nose with a short tip; her straight and full-bodied tresses shone with undulating shades of dark brown while mine looked like dry tumbleweed; and she had double-eyelids while I had monolid eyes. Basically, Kaylene and I were a parent-and-child version of “Beauty and the Beast”.

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