A California grandmother recently breast implants at age 70, saying she was actually encouraged by her family to go through with it.
Linda Prejean’s family was supportive of her cosmetic surgery when she went from an A cup to a D.
Following the procedure, she told Inside Edition: “The size is perfect. They're not too big and not too small.”
Her granddaughter Chere’rae said: “it doesn’t surprise me. This is the right age to fix things and I support her in what she does.”
Linda's husband, Jim, said he's the one who brought up the surgery as a joke when he saw an ad for the procedure. But then his wife got serious about it.
“I came across the ad to begin with and I thought it was kind of funny,” he said. “She looked at it and got kind of intrigued.”
He then added: “Am I going to be unhappy with a bigger bosom? Probably not."
She went to Dr. Michael Zarrabi, who comforted her in the decision.
“It's OK to have cosmetic surgery. You don't have to be 21 years old to have implants,” he said.
Linda added: "I wish I had done it sooner but now that I’m here it's never too late."
Linda went to Anonymous LA where she tried on outfits to show off her new figure.