Woman ‘Trapped In The Body Of A Child’ Introduces Her New Love Interest


The identity of the lady who claims to be “stuck in the body of a child” has been revealed.

On her TLC show, Shauna Rae, who is 3 feet 10 inches tall, details the difficulties of having a childlike appearance. Shauna Rae here.

The show focuses on Rae’s illness as a child and its unanticipated side effect, which was that she stopped growing.

Rae presents her new love affair to the audience in the most recent episodes.

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Rae, who is only 50 pounds, had treatment for childhood brain cancer.

She had pituitary dwarfism as a result of the damage to her pituitary gland.

As a result, she doesn’t look like the 23-year-old woman she is; rather, she looks like an eight-year-old girl.

Rae is seen speaking about a man named Dan in a concert preview.

The two got to know each other after he gave her flowers and slipped into her direct message, telling her he was “inspired” by her fortitude after viewing her programme.

Dan has been spending time getting to know Rae and her family ever since his initial advances.

Rae worries about a possible long-distance relationship, though, because Dan is from Wales in the UK and she is from the US.

She says: “I haven’t actually really thought about if Dan and I were in a relationship and how that would look.

“I assume that we would probably try long-distance, but I’ve been in a long-distance relationship and it’s not my cup of tea.

“So, either he would have to find a settle-down place or I would have to start travelling with him.”

Rae, who has her parents’ blessing has consented to go with Dan to his friend’s wedding in Malaysia even though they are not “technically” in a relationship.

On the programme, her stepfather says: “Dan taking Shauna out of the country, I think would be really cool. I think she’d have a good time. I don’t think I’d be as concerned if Shauna went on a trip with Dan because she’s with Dan. 

“I mean, I think the first thing he would do is protect Shauna.”

Despite her parents’ agreeing to let her go to Malaysia, Rae has doubts, as she explained: “They’re bold face liars.

 “They probably wouldn’t let me go if it actually happened.”

She said: “I’ve just developed the ability to spot someone who may not have the best intentions because they give themselves away.

“Their questions are very targeted towards my physicality.

“They’re learning about me like I’m a specimen in a lab.”