Published On: Wed, May 5th, 2021

MAFS’s Susie Bradley reveals her daughter Baby has started pointing out people’s frown lines on TV

‘Proud mummy moment’: Married At First Sight’s Susie Bradley reveals her six-year-old daughter Baby has started pointing out people’s frown lines on TV and suggesting they get Botox

She runs a beauty business injecting people with Botox, and Susie Bradley revealed her six-year-old daughter Baby has already picked up some tricks of the trade.

In a post on Instagram Stories on Tuesday, the 28-year-old former Married At First Sight star said that Baby had started pointed out people’s facial lines on TV. 

‘Baby just told me that Dean needs to get a needle to straighten those lines between his eyes out again,’ she captioned a photo of Home and Away actor Patrick O’Connor, who plays the character Dean on the long-running soap.

Like mother, like daughter: She runs a beauty business injecting people with Botox, and Susie Bradley revealed her six-year-old daughter Baby has picked up some tricks of the trade

Susie added the hashtag: ‘#proudmummymoment’.

In addition to Baby, Susie is also mum to a baby boy called Lion, who she welcomed in late March with fiancé Todd Carney.

Susie has made no secret of the fact that she regularly treats Todd, 34, and said the former rugby league footballer will ask for top ups.     

Charming: In a post on Instagram Stories on Tuesday, the 28-year-old former Married At First Sight star revealed that Baby had started pointed out people's facial lines on TV. Pictured, Home and Away actor Patrick O'Connor

Charming: In a post on Instagram Stories on Tuesday, the 28-year-old former Married At First Sight star revealed that Baby had started pointed out people’s facial lines on TV. Pictured, Home and Away actor Patrick O’Connor

Baby love: In addition to Baby, Susie is also mum to a baby boy called Lion, who she welcomed in late March with fiancé Todd Carney

Baby love: In addition to Baby, Susie is also mum to a baby boy called Lion, who she welcomed in late March with fiancé Todd Carney

‘My beautiful fiancé is stunningly handsome. Those lines on his forehead however are an issue and we need to get rid of them!’ she wrote on Instagram in January. 

‘He is well overdue for his anti-wrinkle. I am however also wanting to put PDO threads across his forehead and in his brow, and he is slightly nervous! 

‘I understand that the thought of lots of little needles going into your face is scary, but I promise you, it doesn’t need to be!’  

Client: Susie has made no secret of the fact that she regularly treats Todd Carney and said the former rugby league footballer will ask for top ups

Client: Susie has made no secret of the fact that she regularly treats Todd Carney and said the former rugby league footballer will ask for top ups

'My beautiful fiancé is stunningly handsome. Those lines on his forehead however are an issue and we need to get rid of them!' she wrote on Instagram in January

‘My beautiful fiancé is stunningly handsome. Those lines on his forehead however are an issue and we need to get rid of them!’ she wrote on Instagram in January

She continued: ‘The reason I am wanting to thread Todd’s forehead is this… because he is a male, his muscle tone and strength is so incredibly strong. It takes A LOT of anti-wrinkle to achieve a really good result. 

‘By adding threads to the equation, they will help to reduce the amount of skin elasticity and help to fill out those deeper static lines, so when it comes to using the anti-wrinkle, we won’t need quite so much.’

Susie previously worked as an aged care nurse before trading it in to focus on injectable beauty treatments. 

'Baby just told me that Dean needs to get a needle to straighten those lines between his eyes out again,' she wrote on Instagram

‘Baby just told me that Dean needs to get a needle to straighten those lines between his eyes out again,’ she wrote on Instagram

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