Insta model with ‘the biggest cheeks in the world’ claims they’re still ‘too small’ after losing count of her operations

AN INSTAGRAM model with the “biggest cheeks in the world” claims they’re still “too small” after losing count of her operations.

Anastasia Pokreshchuk, 30, from Kiev, Ukraine, got her first fillers when she was 26 and hasn’t stopped injecting her face since.

Anastasia Pokreshchuk wants even bigger cheeks


Anastasia Pokreshchuk wants even bigger cheeksCredit: Instagram
She has injected herself with fillers since she was 26


She has injected herself with fillers since she was 26Credit: Instagram
Anastasia is pictured before her procedures


Anastasia is pictured before her proceduresCredit: Truly

She has now spent more than $2,000 just on cheek fillers – and doesn’t plan to stop anytime soon.

Anastasia said: “You may think that they are too big but I think that they’re a little bit small, I need to refresh them again soon.”

Anastasia said she has lost count of how many facial procedures she has had.

She has had fillers in her lips, cheeks and in the corners of her mouth, botox in her

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Tesla Sets Record in Q3 Delivery Count, Trims Model 3 Price

Tesla TSLA recently reported stellar third-quarter 2020 vehicle production and delivery figures.
The company registered deliveries of 139,300 vehicles in the September-end quarter, smashing its previous record for deliveries of 112,000 cars. The reported figure included 124,100 deliveries of Model 3/Y and 15,200 of Model S/X.

The third-quarter deliveries compare favorably with the 90,650 vehicles sent out in the June-end quarter. It also surpasses the 97,000 deliveries made in the corresponding quarter last year, marking a 43.6% year-over-year increase.
The company anticipates to deliver roughly 500,000 vehicles in 2020, suggesting a 36% year-over-year rise.

Tesla’s delivery count only reflects those vehicles which are transferred to the customer with all documentation completed successfully, thus being slightly conservative. Final figures are subject to an error of roughly 0.5%.

The company stated that it produced a total of 145,036 vehicles during the third quarter, entailing the production of 128,044 units of Model 3/Y

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