Owner of the world's biggest bunny spends £10,000 on plastic surgery to look like... Jessica Rabbit
Daily Mail Reporter
UPDATED: 12:15 BST, 3 December 2009
The owner of the world's biggest bunny has splashed out £10,000 on plastic surgery to transform herself into a real-life Jessica Rabbit.
Annette Edwards, 57, has spent thousands to look like the Who Killed Roger Rabbit? film character after a life dedicated to the creatures.
Ms Edwards, a former model, is a world famous breeder of the animals and is the proud owner of Alice, the biggest rabbit in the world.
Hopping mad: Mother-of-ten Annette Edwards, 57, has had plastic surgery to look like film character Jessica Rabbit
But Ms Edwards's latest move has taken her obsession to the next level and is the result of a week of surgery and three months of strict dieting.
The great-grandmother from Worcester - who has ten children of her own - said she has had nothing but praise for her new look.
She said: 'My love of rabbits made me decide to go for the operations and make the big change.
Makeover: Annette Edwards, as she looked before she had cosmetic surgery, pictured with Alice
'Since I had it done I have had loads of compliments and I love the way I look now.
'I have had a breast uplift, a brow lift, chin implants and botox injections.
'The body has changed just down to pure hard work, I haven't had any liposuction or anything like that.
'I've been on a strict diet for three months, where I've just really lived a bit like a rabbit - eating only salads and cereals, it's been mad.'
Ms Edwards went under the knife in London for a series of operations at a clinic in the capital's famous Harley Street.
Over a period of a week, surgeons carried out a range of expensive procedures, including a £3,600 breast lift and £2,750 brow lift on her eyes.
Next were £2,800 worth of chin implants and a further £600 of botox injections in Annette's face.
The famous sparkly red outfit and purple gloves were donned, combined with a sultry red wig to complete the look.
Ms Edwards shot to fame in 2004 when her pet Roberto was crowned the biggest rabbit on the planet by Guinness World Records.
Next came Amy to take the title, but that bunny's daughter, Alice, took the honour in September this year, coming in at a massive three foot, three inches long. The Continental Giant weighs in at three-and-a-half stone.
And while the inspiration for Ms Edwards's new look is fairly obvious for her bunny hobby, the choice of character is bound to be a hit among members of the other sex.
In March this year Jessica Rabbit was voted the sexiest cartoon character of all time a whopping 20 years after her first appearance in the 1988 animated film.
Ms Edwards admitted her new appearance had raised a few eyebrows among her children.
She said: 'My kids think it's mad - although they are never shocked by me any more.
'They've all reacted really well and have always supported me.'