Daughter of NHS nose job conwoman Carla Bellucci has asked for botox - despite only being 14

The daughter of NHS nose job blagger Carla Bellucci has now asked for botox - despite only being 14.

Mum-of-three Carla, 38, sparked outrage when she admitted faking depression to get £7,000 state-funded nose job.

Now she's revealed her only daughter Tanisha wants to be just like her and is "obsessed" with plastic surgery.

The teen was "inspired" by her mum and listed "botox and maybe lip-fillers" on her Christmas list - as well as a horse and a French Bulldog.

Carla said she will support Tanisha and has urged the teen to "do what makes her happy" - even if that means plastic surgery, when she is old enough.

The are no age restrictions for cosmetic surgeries like botox, but Carla said she won't allow Tanisha to get the injections until she's at least 16-years-old.

In October Carla claimed she was forced to move out of her home in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, because she was getting so many death threats.

Carla, who is a part-time model and regularly has botox, said: "I have said to her to do what makes her happy.

"I will always support her in whatever she wants to do.

"Tanisha doesn't think she is ugly but she wants to perfect what she has got. She always says that my plastic surgery is cool and looks good.

"I have inspired her and I can't help that. She has been exposed to it from a young age and has seen what I have had done.

"I have influenced her and I know some people might think it's a bad influence.

"But I don't see it as bad, she is obsessed with plastic surgery and that's what she really wants.

"I can't be a hypocrite and have to support her."

Carla had her first plastic surgery procedure, breast implants, aged 22 before having botox, lip fillers and a nose job.

She went to London's Harley Street clinic for botox in December - and Tanisha went with her to get an up close look at what to expect, if she does choose to get plastic surgery when she is old enough.

The teen said she wants plastic surgery to look like her idol Kylie Jenner.

Tanisha said: "It doesn't scare me about changing my body and I want to be like the Kardashians and Kylie Jenner.

"They are so popular and so famous and I look up to people like them, and Cardi B.

"I am inspired by mum and I want to look like her.

"I like how she looks, it's fine. I want to get something done when I turn 18."

There is no law prohibiting the cosmetic use of Botox for patients under 18 years old, but many doctors refuse to do it.

According to the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS), aesthetic procedures on patients under the age of 18 years should be exceptional.

Surgeons are advised to go ahead with cosmetic surgery on under 18s following a full assessment of the risks and benefits.

In October Carla received backlash after appearing on TV to defend herself for cheating the NHS into giving her a nose job for free.

She said people sent her death threats and targeted her home.

She has since moved her and three children, Tanisha, Jermaine, 16, and 12-year-old Jayden to a rural part of Hertfordshire.

Carla, who claims £1,700 a month through Universal Credit, set a £5,500 budget aside to spend on her kids at Christmas, she said.

"Jayden got a new Xbox one and both of the boys got new Apple Mac computers, which are about £800 each", she said.

"They all wanted designer clothes and the newest stuff. Jermaine got driving lessons because he turns 17 soon.

"People say I am a scrounger but I do support my kids."