Anastasia Eskoss (20) and Quentin Dehar (23), both from Marseille in France, are so obsessed with the children's toys Barbie and Ken that they have spent a fortune to look like them.
The two idolize Barbie and Ken, which is of course known to look good - so good in fact that they are constantly being criticized for creating unrealistic beauty ideals among children.
Overall, the two have had 15 operations, and this is largely sponsored by their parents.
- My parents spoil me. They have paid for most of the transformations, because they know how important it is for me, says Dehar.
But they have no plans to stop now, they feel they can still look even more like Barbie and Ken, and when the goal is achieved, they are planning to change their names to Ken and Doll, according to The Sun.
- Plastic surgery is our passion, says Anastasia, who when she was little had over 100 Barbie dolls.
- We love being Ken and Barbie, it brings us closer together and we look fantastic together, he said.
The 20-year-old says that when she was old enough to begin to care about how she looked, she was never in any doubt about who she wanted to look like. And when she was 17 years old she had her first plastic surgery, paid for by her parents.
Behar got his first surgery when he was 18 years old. The first thing they both chose to fix, were their noses. Then it was botox, and already at the age of 19, Behar's face was full of it.
But it was only after the two met, in 2013, that it really took off.
- The first day we met, we sat all night and talked about how much we loved Ken and Barbie, and about our passion to look like them, says Anastasia.
So far the couple have used more than $242,000 to look like their idols.
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