Jamie-Louise Fitton had put on weight after a back condition left her bedridden and in chronic back pain – but she said her husband Adrian has been her rock and has helped her get through it
A woman has revealed how her husband forked out £13,500 on a ‘mummy makeover’ making her feel confident with her figure for the first time.
Jamie-Louise Fitton, 33, had put on weight after a back condition left her bedridden and in chronic back pain.
But after recovering from an operation, she got a personal trainer and managed to lose four stone.
Her weight loss left her with loose skin, but the mum-of-two from Stockport, Manchester, underwent a tummy tuck and a breast augmentation – paid for by her husband Adrian Fitton, 34.
She said web developer Adrian was her rock, helped her recover and agreed to foot the bill for her weight loss surgery as he could see how ‘miserable’ she was.
Jamie, who went under the knife in June 2018, said: “Since the surgery, I feel like a new woman.
“This is the first time I’ve felt confident with my figure and I’m finally comfortable taking my clothes off.”
In February 2013, weighing 13 stone, doctors diagnosed her with mechanical back failure and chronic pain.
Jamie said: “They said it was incurable and that I could do nothing but take more pain medication.
“I had steroids injected into my spine, codeine, anti-inflammatory drugs and patches.
“I was on 22 painkillers a day and took morphine every night.
“But I was miserable and could barely walk up the stairs without being in agony.
“And being unable to exercise meant that I soon weighed 14 stone and was a size 16.”
She said: “I spoke to a surgeon who said that the surgery would also remove any excess skin caused by my weight loss, I was delighted.
“I decided to have a breast augmentation at the same time, increasing my cup size from an A cup to a D cup.
“But the surgery cost £13.5K which I couldn’t afford.
“Thankfully my husband agreed to foot the bill and took out a credit card to pay for the operation.
“He could see how miserable I was.”
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