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Girl gets boob job voucher for her SEVENTH birthday from surgery-addicted mother dubbed The Human Barbie

Girl gets boob job voucher for her SEVENTH birthday from surgery-addicted mother dubbed The Human Barbie - She made the headlines last year when she confessed to teaching her then six-year-old daughter Poppy to pole dance. And now Sarah Burge is back in the spotlight again - for all the wrong reasons.

The 50-year-old mother - a self-confessed plastic surgery addict known as The Human Barbie - has boasted that she gave a £6,000 breast enlargement voucher to her daughter for her seventh birthday.

Miss Burge, who has spent more than £500,000 on her own surgical enhancements and wants to make her daughter into a glamour model, said Poppy 'squealed with delight' when she was given the voucher.

Inappropriate? Sarah Burge has given her daughter a £6,000 boob job voucher for her seventh birthday party
Appropriate? Sarah Burge has given her daughter a £6,000 boob job voucher for her seventh birthday

She said: 'Poppy begged me for a boob job, so I gave her the voucher so she can have it after she's 16, when it's legal.

'If she develops naturally big boobs, she can have something else done with it.'

The voucher was part of a £12,000 'exotic pamper party' that Miss Burge organised to mark her daughter's birthday.

Excited: Burge says her daughter 'squealed with delight' when she was given the voucher
Excited: Poppy 'squealed with delight' when she was given
the voucher, according to her mother


High street shops were told not to sell padded bras and sexually suggestive clothes to children under guidelines unveiled earlier this week.

The tough new rules coincide with the publication of a Government-commissioned review into the sexualisation of children by Reg Bailey, head of the Mothers' Union.

They reflect public disquiet about the marketing of suggestive clothes and sexual slogans targeted at young children.

Controversial products have included High School Musical-themed underwear with the slogan 'Dive In' and crop tops for young girls bearing the slogan 'future porn star'.

Mr Bailey's review demands that retailers sign a voluntary code of practice on how to sell to children.

Tesco and Sainsbury's have already signed up to the deal drawn up by the British Retail Consortium, along with Asda, Marks & Spencer, Next, John Lewis, Debenhams, Argos and Peacocks.

Poppy and seven friends had manicures, pedicures and makeovers. They dressed up with fake tattoos, drank pretend champagne in the back of a pink pamper bus and ate a designer cake costing £250.

Poppy wore a £300 dress for the party, adding nail varnish, eyeshadow and hair extensions.

Miss Burge told Closer magazine: 'Poppy isn't interested in bouncy castles or pass the parcel, so I splashed out on something a little more grown-up.

'The girls got lots of attention from our neighbours.

'They love having all eyes on them and were posing and pouting for photos,' she said.

As well as the breast enlargement voucher, Miss Burge bought her daughter thousands of pounds worth of gifts, including a £250 computer, a £450 pink Swarovski crystal ring and necklace set and the promise of a £4,000 spa break.

The main event though, was the breast enlargement voucher.

Poppy says: 'I wanted a new computer, a holiday and a voucher for surgery. When I got it all, it was a dream come true. All my friends were jealous.

'I can't wait to be like Mummy with big boobs. They're pretty.'

Splurge: The voucher formed part of a £12,000 'exotic pamper party' laid on by Burge to celebrate daughter Poppy's birthday
Exotic: The voucher formed part of a £12,000 'pamper party' laid on by Miss Burge to celebrate Poppy's birthday

Miss Burge, who lives in a £500,000 four-bedroom home in St Neots, Cambridgeshire, is more than capable of paying for the lavish celebration thanks to the lucrative business she runs organising plastic surgery and swinging parties and writing erotic novels.

Admitting that her daughters Charlotte, 25, Hannah, 17 and step-daughter Jazzy, 17, have already had Botox and are planning further surgery of their own, Miss Burge reveals a worryingly blasé attitude towards surgery.

Set to celebrate her 51st birthday later this year with £51,000 of surgery including a facelift, bottom implants and liposuction, she plans to allow her youngest daughter to watch the procedures on video.

She said: 'I want Poppy to see what will happen.

'Some people think it's controversial and I get angry when strangers say I'm a bad mother because I don't think there's any harm in giving her this gift.

'Poppy is a normal kid who is good at sports and loves playing outside. Girls don't want Snow White and Cinderella any more.

'They want to be WAGs and famous like Cheryl Cole and Lady Gaga. I'm just supporting her and making her dreams come true.' ( )

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