Kim Zolciak’s daughter Brielle Biermann says ‘my lips looked crazy’ as she continues to dissolve lip fillers – The Sun

BRIELLE Biermann reminisced on her plump lips before and said 'my lips looked crazy' as she continues to dissolve lip fillers.

The 23-year-old has been going through a year of change as she recently dyed her hair darker in order to make herself look different from her mom.


Back in January 2020, Kim Zolciak's daughter decided to dissolve her lip fillers after realizing they were way too plump for her face.

However, she decided to plump them up slightly at the end of the month to give them a more natural shape but has since sworn off big lips.

She told US Weekly she came to the realization on her own after her friends refused to speak up.

"But my friends, I’m like, 'You guys are terrible. Why did you not tell me that my lips looked crazy?'," she remembered.

She has since gone back to her doctor to get the smaller fillers removed as well, just before the coronavirus pandemic started.

"I’m over the big lips," Brielle explained. "I went through it. I’m done looking like that."

She continued: "I love how my doctor does the shape and I still want to go to L.A. and get it filled a little by my guy, but just a little bit, just so I get the pout and the plumpness that I want, but I don’t want to overdo anything."

 

She also noted that she started getting lip fillers after growing up feeling insecure by her smaller lips.

"I just didn’t know when to stop," she said. "And I think that happens to a lot of people. You get this sense of dysmorphia. The second your lips look a little different, you’re like, ‘Oh, my God, I have to go back and get them filled."

She continued: "And it’s like, actually you don’t.' And once you realize that, everything will be, you’ll get to a good point, which is where I think I’m at right now."

Ironically enough, Brielle and her Real Housewives of Atlanta mom recently got lip injections as soon as lockdown ended in Georgia.

On the Watch What Happens Live after show, Andy Cohen asked Kim about getting cosmetic procedures amid quarantining: "Kim, what's up with the Botox and fillers and all that stuff?

"I would think that what I'm looking at is nine weeks without it, right?"

Kim replied: "Um, no Andy. So, Atlanta opened up."

She explained Atlanta reopened, following a stay-at-home order, at the end of last month.

Kim added although her doctor had been on maternity leave before the quarantine, she and her daughter Brielle were her first patients.

She shared: "Brielle and I both were her first. She did my Botox and touched up my lips a little bit."

The Bravo mom to six added: "I get migraines from, like just in general, so the Botox really helps me in the back of my neck here and here.

"So, that's kinda my goal. I mean I am getting old. I'll be 42 on Tuesday."

As for Brielle, Kim clarified the 23-year-old had a little work done to her lips.

Kim told Andy in quarantine: "Neither one of us are overly happy with our lips right now so it's a work in progress, but yeah, they're gone, they're pretty much gone."

Still she noted Brielle "wanted to…outline the actual lip line itself so that pops sometimes. There's a fine balance."

She added Brielle does "what she wants to do."

Andy agreed she's "strong-willed like her mother."

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Daughter, 11, asked to describe hardcore pornography in homework leaving mum fuming – The Sun

A MUM was left "fuming" after her 11-year-old daughter was asked to define hardcore pornography and other inappropriate topics in her homework.

Pupils in years seven, eight, and nine at Archbishop Sentamu Academy in Hull were set the work as part of their home learning for their Personal, Social and Health Education class.


As well as hardcore pornography, the children, aged 11 to 14, were asked to define soft pornography, transsexual pornography, female genital mutilation, wet dreams, trafficking, male circumcision, breast ironing and more.

They were also asked questions about alcohol, drugs and smoking.

Mum-of-three Ms Taylor, 34, said she only became aware of the homework after being warned about it by a Facebook post from another parent before her daughter began working on it.

"My daughter is still very much a child," she said.

"We've still got magic elves, her bedroom is done in My Little Pony. She is very innocent and naive.

"She’s 11. She should be doing Stranger Danger, and 'Don’t share your info online', but genital mutilation is another thing.

"It was asking about male circumcision, breast ironing.

"I don’t even know what that is myself."

"I'm just thinking is there kids out there who have done this work?

"Now it's making me think what they are learning about at school that we don’t know about.

"We only know about this because they're home learning."

She added that some of the work was acceptable and encouraged learning about sexuality, but said a lot of it was "completely
inappropriate."

Other parents and carers said they felt the same and were equally "disgusted".

Leon Dagon, 25, saw the work when he was sorting his 13-year-old sister's work for her.

He said: "Luckily I found the work otherwise she would have typed this stuff into Google and you know what would have come up and that makes me
feel sick.

"I'm appalled. I get sex education is vital in anyone's life but when there's raw topics like this it's something else."

The Archbishop Sentamu Academy has been approached for comment.


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Daughter rushed to hospital with coronavirus only to discover her MUM dying of bug on ward – The Sun

A DAUGHTER was rushed to hospital with coronavirus only to find her mum dying of the deadly bug.

Mavis Chapman's mum Hilda Lee, 89, became the second member of the family to die with Covid-19 after Mrs Chapman's brother-in-law Frank Nuttall died days earlier.

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Mrs Chapman, 60, was rushed to hospital with symptoms of the virus after isolating for two weeks at home in Bolton, Greater Manchester, as she suffers from asthma.

She told the Manchester Evening News: "I had an upset stomach, a bit of a cough, we were feeling very weak – that was the worst part of it – the breathlessness. My temperature went up.

"When I started having trouble breathing, my husband phoned the ambulance."

But she was stunned when she saw her mother in the same room at Royal Bolton Hospital on April 4.

'THAT'S MY MUM'

Mrs Chapman added: "I was in the triage room, I spotted my mum across the room.

"I was leaning trying to get a better look and one of the nurses said 'what are you doing?'. I said, 'that's my mum.'

"They started wheeling her past and I managed to get hold of her hand – by then I hadn't seen my mum for two weeks because of the lockdown.

"She was so smiley. She told me she actually never felt very ill at home.

"She had gone into hospital Saturday dinner time, then I went in around Saturday tea time – I hadn't even realised she had gone in."

"I couldn't believe it."

They started wheeling her past and I managed to get hold of her hand – by then I hadn't seen my mum for two weeks because of the lockdown.

Yesterday, coronavirus deaths in the UK jumped to 13,729 after 861 more patients died in hospital

According to the Department of Health 103,093 people have tested positive for the deadly bug – up 4,617 from yesterday.

Mrs Chapman and great grandmother of four Ms Lee ended up on the same ward four days later as they were treated for the virus.

Both mother and daughter's test results arrived on the same day to show they were both positive for coronavirus.

Mrs Chapman said she was scared as her brother-in-law had died from the disease three days earlier.

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During their time together on the ward, they held hands, spoke to each other and video called their family as hospital staff cared for them.

Mrs Chapman said: "After a few days I found out we were on the same ward and the nurses said, 'we'll see how you are and we'll let you go and see your mum for a bit.'

"My mum was told we were on the same ward and she was all excited.

"The doctors told me that she was much more ill than me, but as long as she responded to treatment, there was no reason she wouldn't be going home."

The following day Mrs Chapman was told she could go home even though she "didn't want to leave".



She said: "Right before I left the hospital, I told her to do as the doctors told her and make sure that she got better so we could celebrate her 90th birthday next year.

"But when I got home, I just held my husband and said 'mum won't be long behind me.'

"I crawled up the stairs and got in bed. I slept all night and all the next day."

Last Saturday, Mrs Chapman found our her mum had died from the virus.

But she won't be able to attend her mother's or her brother-in-law's funerals as she is still too ill.

She said: "I felt horrible. The hardest part is that we can't hold each other and we have to cry over the phone.

"The doctors kept telling me I'm lucky to be alive and it will be months before I'm back to normal.

"But I feel awful because I'm missing my brother-in-law's funeral and my mum's funeral because I won't be well enough.

"I'm just happy I was there with her that day and I could call the family and we could have those last moments together.

"She lived a long and happy life – there was so much laughter in those last few months."

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