The Nigerian controversial transgender, Bobrisky may be competing with a rival Brazilian-British, Roddy Alves who has almost perfected “her” transition but yet to disclose her feminine name to be adopted after a proposed face-feminisation and Adam’s apple removal surgery.
Roddy shows off her latest physical appearance in recent outing as captured by the Daily Mail Exclusive.
EXCLUSIVE: ‘I wish I’d transitioned ages ago!’ Roddy Alves shows off her sensational pins in a plunging red dress ahead of face-feminisation and Adam’s apple removal surgery
Roddy Alves stepped out in London’s Mayfair on Wednesday night, on her way to dinner at swanky Chinese eatery Park Chinois.
The reality star, 36, looked sensational in a daring plunging red dress, which accentuated her tiny waist and ample bust – two weeks after undergoing implant surgery on her chest at the Comfort Zone Surgery in Istanbul.
The outfit featured a high hem and puffed sleeves, and Roddy put on a leggy display as she stepped out of her car and strutted into the restaurant.
￼Roddy in red: Roddy Alves stepped out in London’s Mayfair on Wednesday night, on her way to dinner at swanky Chinese eatery Park Chinois
She completed the look with strappy black heels and statement earrings in red, matching this with a loud pop of rouge to her pout.
Make-up was flawless and her blonde locks cascaded around her sultry features.
Nigerian Transgender, Bobrisky
But Roddy – who came out as transgender recently – has more up her sleeve, with plans to fly to Belgium next week for one of the most important parts of her transition.
‘I thought I would never be allowed on TV again as a trans woman… but I got a pay rise’: Rodrigo Alves says she finally feels accepted and discusses breast implant surgery
‘Life is so much better with breasts!’ Rodrigo Alves gushes over her new implants after posing for pre-surgery snaps in Istanbul
Rodrigo Alves showcases the results of her latest surgery in a busty pink sequinned dress as she steps out in Istanbul… after declaring ‘life is so much better with breasts!’
She told MailOnline that the £25k surgery will ‘make me look like a super model!’
‘Life never felt so good as a woman, I wish that I started my transition a long time ago!’ she went on. ‘And according to my doctors my body is responding very fast and positively to the hormones therapy.
‘My skin is very soft, my hips and butt are getting bigger and my hair is growing so fast!’
￼Sartorially savvy: The reality star, 36, looked sensational in a daring plunging red dress, which accentuated her tiny waist and ample bust – two weeks after undergoing implant surgery on her chest at the Comfort Zone Surgery in Istanbul
Teasing what comes next in the process, Roddy told us: ‘I will be having a face feminisation surgery [FFS] with Dr Bart Van de Ven.
‘This is a combination of surgical procedures through which the masculine facial features are reduced to give your face a feminine look. FFS is applied to both bone and the soft upper tissue covering the bone.
‘Dr Bart Van de Ven will open my forehead and shave my brow bone and eye bone, then he will shave my jawline and my chin to reduce my face and give it a V look. He will also give me an eye and a brow lift.
‘After that he will remove my Adam’s apple in my neck.’
Roddy went on: ‘I am really excited! Once a heal I will be changing my passports and my gender and my name to a female name which is still a secret!’
Roddy admitted that she loves everything about being a woman, especially the sartorial options.
‘I have always loved fashion and as a woman I have many more options of outfits to chose from, I am still trying to figure out what type of woman I am!
‘I takes me three hours to get ready to go out. I try many outfits and obviously two weeks after my 825cc breast implants I really want to show then off!’
She recently revealed her ‘life is so much better with breasts!’ after having the implants.
She made her debut as a transgender woman on Italian chat show Live – Non è la D’Urso earlier this month.
She said: ‘During the show, I was introduced still as Rodrigo Alves, my birth name which I will carry on using until March 2020.
‘I came onstage to Shania Twain’s song, Man I feel Like A Woman. I was full of energy feeling very happy and confident.
‘The host, Barbara D’urso was speechless and asked me to do a catwalk for her which I loved and had much fun.’
-Culled from Daily Mail