Human Ken Doll turned Barbie lays herself bare by sharing make-up free snap

The former "Human Ken Doll" who transitioned into Barbie has wowed fans with a make-up free snap.

Jessica Alves first hit headlines after undergoing a series of plastic surgery procedures to look like the doll.

Now years on the Sao Paulo-born influencer, 37, identifies as a woman after coming out as transgender in 2020.

Back in July, Jessica told how she spent £55,000 on "feminisation" surgery and revealed she wanted a baby.

The influencer had her famous six pack and Adam's nipple removed during the transition.

After breaking the news last year, Jessica lived several months under the radars.

But now over a year after the transformation, the TV star stunned fans with a make-up free snap.

Posting to her 1.2 million Instagram followers, she wrote: "It has been 1 year and 3 months that I have chosen to be myself and happy.

"I chose freedom, happiness, honesty with myself and now in 2021 I couldn't be any happier."

Jessica, who began hormone therapy in October 2019, also took the opportunity to speak about her social isolation.

She added: "Staying at home and staying safe at hard times like this giving my skin a break from make-up and trying a fasting diet."

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Since she shared the post earlier this week, around 42,800 fans rushed to like with thousands commenting on it too.

One fan gushed: "Lots of love gorgeous. You look so beautiful."

Another admirer added: "Beautiful on the inside and outside."

A third Instagram follower hailed: "Happiness is a state of mind. Happy moments are created by your own self. Keep smiling."

Jessica, who lives in London, was previously known as Rodrigo, the Human Ken Doll.

She was born in Brazil but moved to the UK capital when she was 19, where she studied at the London School of Economics.

Before becoming a TV personality, Jessica worked as an air steward.

She started with a nose job at the age of 19, then went on to have dozens of other procedures.

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