What Plastic Surgery has Hilary Farr gotten? Body Measurements, Facelift, Nose Job, and More!
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Biography - Who is Hilary Farr?
On August 31, 1952, Farr was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. After coming to Los Angeles, Farr began buying real estate assets, refurbishing them, and selling them for a profit. To make ends meet, she took on some part-time jobs at first. She appeared on the new reality show Love It or List It in 2008, in which her mission was to repair an old house and persuade the owner to stay in it rather than sell and move. Hilary has also appeared in shows such as Brother Vs. Brother, Makeover Manor, and others. Gordon Farr, with whom she had a son, used to be her husband. However, the pair split in 2008, just before her meteoric rise to fame on television. As of now, there is no information regarding her present boyfriend.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Hilary Farr, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|Height||1.75 m, 5’9” (feet & inches)|
|Weight||58.5 kg, 129 pounds|
|Cup Size||Cup Size C|
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Quotes by Hilary Farr
I love nature, I really do. I love the great outdoors, I love the concept of quiet, peaceful solitude shared only with the loons calling to each other across the water, and Bambi and Thumper in the forest, and a simple tent between me and the starry, starry sky.
Great kitchens are a must-have. A place to relax and cook for friends and family. A gathering place for family of all ages and guests is a staple for me as well.
I always encourage my young clients just starting to create a home, to buy at least one piece of investment furniture, or accessory, or piece of art each year rather than following a trend that will come along, be copied cheaply for the mass market and then be gone.
Every Easter, at one household or another, I find a battle begins and the conversation of how to ‘properly eat’ a chocolate bunny.
I have always loved Manhattan, the bright lights, the big city!