Has Vanessa Lachey had Plastic Surgery? Body Measurements, Botox, Boob Job, and More!
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Biography - A Short Wiki
Vanessa was born November 9, 1980 in Angeles City, Philippines. She moved a lot as a child because her father worked in the Air Force. Young Vanessa modeled for many brands and posed for various magazines. Later, she hosted reality show True Beauty and appeared in many TV series, such as Dads, Truth To Be Told, and Wipeout. She is returning to television screen in 2017. Lachey and her husband will both compete (even against each other) on Dancing With The Stars. Vanessa’s professional dancing partner will be Maksim Chmerkovskiy.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Vanessa Lachey, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|Height||1.7 m, 5’7” (feet & inches)|
|Weight||57 kg, 125 pounds|
|Cup Size||Cup Size C|
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Quotes by Vanessa Lachey
My favorite role is mommy. I know that sounds cheesy to people who don’t have kids, or there are even some moms who think it’s cheesy. It’s a role you can’t prepare for; it’s a role you don’t get paid to do, but it is the most rewarding role, and to me, it’s been the most fulfilling.
When I became a mother of two, I decided to work with brands that remind me of family because they’re my No. 1 priority. Now I’m partnering with Puffs to encourage people to get out and not hibernate inside. People should enjoy the holiday season, and if you do have a runny nose or the sniffles, Puffs is there to take care of your symptoms.
Without a doubt, priority No. 1 is always my family. Whether it’s my children or my husband or even my girlfriends who are also my family, I put them first no matter what. And it makes it easy to then juggle everything else because it’s never a question.
It’s funny because everyone says you sleep when baby sleeps or you take a nap when baby takes a nap. That’s true when you have one. When you have two, that is not true.
I love seeing my husband hold our daughter and just give her kisses, unsolicited kisses. When he doesn’t know that I’m watching or when I come into the room and I look over and he’s just kissing her forehead or kissing her cheek. He loves her so much, and I love his love for her.