‘I'm a living doll’: Meet the new 'Human Barbie', a 26-year-old Russian whose parents choose her clothes, refuse to let her date or go out alone Angelica Kenova lives with her parents in Moscow, Russia She isn't allowed to pick her own clothes and has never had a boyfriend The six-stone model claims she has never had cosmetic surgery Parents hired her a personal trainer early on to hone her figure They approve of and encourage her raunchy photo shoots Step aside Valeria Lukyanova, there's a new Human Barbie in town, and extraordinarily, she's been raised as a living doll since she was born. Angelica Kenova, a 26-year-old model from Moscow, Russia, still lives with her hyper-controlling parents, who have been honing her drastic look all her life - dictating her diet and exercise programme so she can maintain her miniature six-stone frame. 'Growing up, my parents raised me like a princess and never let me go out, date boys or have the usual adult experiences,' Angelica says. 'As a result, I am not fit for real life - I'm like a living doll.' She insistes she has never had plastic surgery and says she would love to be Playboy Playmate one day Angelica has been dressed up as a Barbie doll since birth and is only allowed to go on dates if her mother, Natalia, accompanies her. 'I did not choose this image of a doll myself, my parents did. When I turned six, my mum started buying me collectible Barbie dolls and enthusiastically dressing me up like one. Yet bizarrely, the diminutive blonde - who claims to be a child psychologist and a ballet dancer as well as a model - regularly poses for half-naked photos, which her parents approve of. Angelica maintains that her walking-talking doll looks were achieved without plastic surgery and has amassed thousands of fans on social media. 'I have never had plastic surgery,' she insists. 'Cosmetic work is only necessary when an individual has serious faults with their face or body.' Angelica - who has one older brother, Roman - still lives with her parents and can only date men with their absolute approval - which has so far never happened. 'When I became a teenager, my parents hired a personal trainer who created an individual training programme for me,' she explains. 'He has designed exercises which will help me tone my buttocks and hone my narrow waist. 'I work out with him for two to three hours, five times per week, to maintain my beautiful figure. He makes me do a mixture of weight training and cardio. I jog in the mornings too. 'My personal trainer also advises me on my nutrition although I do not want to reveal my diet - it's a secret.' Angelica, in a recent photo shoot, claims to be a child psychologist and a ballet dancer as well as a model Angelica says she receives hundred of letters from fans, and advises her followers to always smile and love themselves. 'That is one of the secrets to natural beauty,' she claims. Looking to the future, Angelica says she would love to be Playboy Playmate one day. As for moving out and living alone, this seems unlikely any time soon. 'Given how old I am, I should be independent but my parents insist I still live with them. I understand that it's bad that my mother accompanies me on dates with me and I should be independent by now but I just can't. 'I really love my family and I don't want to upset them. If I ever decided to live apart or do something against their will, it would be a scandal.' +22 +22 Still, Angelica is hopeful that she will find her 'prince' someday - and that her parents will approve of him. 'I am waiting for my one great, true love,' she says. 'I do not like sugary, cute boys. I'm interested in brutal men whose eyes reflect their strength and pride. 'I also like men who are not vain or absorbed in their appearance - that is very unattractive. My future husband will be very career-driven too.' She concludes: 'My parents have kept me in a glass palace all my life but one day hopefully, I will be able to break free. It is never too late to start an independent life.'