Many men would be happy for their spouses to undergo plastic surgery.
The researchers revealed that 16 per cent of the interviewed married men believed that their wife should have cosmetic treatments and 1 out of 10 thought their spouse should have botox injections.
Just under a third of the respondents thought that cosmetic surgery would stir things up in the bedroom and 23 per cent confessed that they would like their wife‘s body to be more like it was when they were younger.
The study, published by the Daily Telegraph, claims that men would like their wifes to undergo quite a variety of cosmetic treatments, such as liposuction, breast enlargement, breast lifting, teeth whitening and bum implants.
“It seems that a lot of men think their wives could do with surgery to enhance their looks, but looking young and gorgeous isn’t the be all and end all to a marriage,” the newspaper was told by a representative of Opera North, which commissioned the project. He also said: “It’s particularly amusing that very few men would be prepared to do the same thing.”
A recent poll by online dating service Parship.com discovered that around a third of UK men would prefer a woman without very large breasts, as 31 per cent claimed they would not like to date someone whose breast size is bigger than a D cup.