Youthful 50-year-old mum says people often mistake her for daughters' sister

Youthful 50-year-old mum says people often mistake her for daughters' sister

- English make-up artist Rajan Gill is 50 but does not look a day over 25

- The mother of five said a lot of people often think she and her daughters are sisters

- The fine international model added that her looks are not a result of cosmetic procedures

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Rajan Gill, a make-up artist from England, has revealed despite being 50 years old, people always think she is as young as her 25-year-old daughter.

The youthful lady claimed she often gets stopped from buying alcohol and store assistants ask her to produce her ID thanks to her baby face.

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The mother of three and international model told Caters News Agency she loves the attention she gets and feels happy whenever people suggest she is in her 20s.

According to Rajan, her daughters often break into laughter whenever people ask whether mummy dearest is their sister.

“The girls are often embarrassed when someone asks if I am their sister but I think it is a massive compliment,” the make-up artist said.

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She added that lot of times, people who are in disbelief about her age slide into her DM to ascertain that the mum is indeed in her 50s.

The beauty attributed her looks to good genes and maintained that she has never tried any cosmetic procedure to make herself look younger.

Rajan explained that she loves eating healthy meals and tries her best to be as fit as a fiddle.

Youthful 50-year-old mum says people often mistake her for daughter's sister

Rajan and one of her daughters. Photo: Caters News Agency
Source: UGC

In other news, a woman by the name Diana Naswa said she first slept with a man when she was only 14.

Sadly, her first attempt led to her first pregnancy and that forced her to run away from home. The reformed lady claimed she always wanted a sense of freedom but her mother was too strict.

She ended up falling in love with a makanga who gave her free trips to town.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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