Husband of the TV emigrant worried
Caro Robens’ cosmetic surgery ended in a lot of pain
In the last episode of “Goodbye Germany”, Caro Robens takes a team to optimize her bottom. This is the second attempt. It doesn’t end quite as planned.
Caro Robens has already had butt surgery. But because this led to pain, she went under the knife again. After the operation she could not stand, sit or walk. Husband Andreas Robens supported his loved one during this time.
Actually, Caro Robens has already had a butt enlargement. But because she had complaints afterwards, the German TV emigrant had to go under the knife again. This operation also had it all.
“I can’t stand, I can’t sit, I can’t do anything yet – nothing works,” complained Caro Robens (44) shortly after the operation. She had this accompanied by a camera team from “Goodbye Germany”. Her husband Andreas Robens (56), who was already worried during the operation, was also there.
The reason: the doctors wanted to make the incisions as small as possible for the procedure, so the implants had to be inserted into the body through the rather small openings. Physical strength was required! “It’s about my wife’s life. It’s also about my wife’s health, »says Andreas Robens with concern. His wife spends six hours under anesthesia.
The TV emigrant dared to go under the knife in the summer of 2021 to give her bottom the desired shape. Afterward, however, fluid ran into her legs and caused pain. With the second operation, she wants to get closer to her dream buttocks. This operation also brings a lot of suffering for the time being: Caro Robens spends the return journey on her stomach on the back seat because any other position was too painful for her.
Eight weeks after the procedure, Caro Robens reports how her bottom is doing. You still have to be “a little careful because the seam didn’t close properly […]. But the pain is so far away now. I’m actually very, very, very happy with the result.”
Looking back, her husband Andreas says: “Of course I was a bit shocked. Because that was obviously a tough number. I’ve never seen anything like it, and I’ve never been to an operation.” The TV actress found the pain “extreme”, but also thinks that it was worth it.
“I’m glad he’s there and ready now,” she says proudly into the camera. Her loved one is also satisfied with the result: “Joah, it’s chic, isn’t it?” (praise)