This is the British teaching assistant who died after suffering a "free" Brazilian "bottom-up" at a clinic in Hungary.
Mother-of-two Tryce Harry died after suffering from a "fat embolism" despite CPR and advanced life support treatment at a clinic in Budapest on March 19.
Kirk Harry, Hockley's 49-year-old husband, Birmingham, said he paid £ 4,700 for a tummy tuck and a breast lift and was offered the lower lift as a "freebie".
Mom-of-Two Tryce Harry (pictured with husband Kirk) died after suffering from a "fat embolism" despite CPR and advanced life support treatment at a clinic in Budapest on March 19
But things went very badly and she died only two hours after cosmetic surgery.
The court heard that the procedures were performed by dr. Miklos Molnar at the Human Reconstructive Institute in Budapest.
A two-hour hearing at Birmingham Coroner & # 39; s Court was informed that Ms. Harry went into cardiac arrest one hour after the end of three procedures, including a belly surgery, and liposuction to transfer the fat into the buttocks.
Kirk Harry, said he had supported his "dream" of having a cosmetic treatment.
In a statement released as a result of the investigation, Mr. Harry urged others not to seek such surgery abroad.
The court heard that the procedures were performed by dr. Miklos Molnar (pictured) at the Human Reconstructive Institute in Budapest
He said: "My wife had thought long and hard to do this procedure." It was not a decision taken lightly by any of us, but it was her dream and I supported her.
"We had no doubts, no fear. We thought we had found the perfect place. We knew other people who had been in the same clinic and were very happy with their treatment.
"My wife was happy the last time I saw her. She was very happy to undergo the procedure and saw it as a new chapter in her life.
"He should not have died, if I could go back, I would do it, and I would recommend to anyone who is considering this procedure to do it in this country, where medical practices should be better.
& # 39; Whatever the cost, you can not put a price on life. You only have a life. & # 39;
Harry added: "My wife was simply everything for me, for my children and I she was the most important person in our world, our biggest cheerleader.
"For me, she was the love of my life, the woman I loved more than anyone else ever created, my sweetness of childhood and my first love, which I adored.
"We have been together for more than 27 years and we did not see the time to spend the rest of our lives together, but now I have to go on without his love.
The lawyer Isabel Bathurst speaks to the media before the Court of the Coroner of Birmingham after an investigation was told to Tryce Harry, 49, who died in Hungary in March
"Tryce was such a wonderful wife and mother, she lived for her family, and her passing changed all our lives, we're terribly missing, we're learning to live without her, but it's terribly difficult."
The investigation learned that Harry had not been informed of his wife's collapse and death until three hours later.
Coroner Emma Brown said, "Her blood pressure worsened at 18.35 CPR is clearly shown in the records.
"She was reincubated, and in conjunction with Mr. Molnar, death was recorded at 7.30pm.
"The fatty embolism is a greater risk when the fat is re-injected.It remained stable at 6:00 pm and then a sudden decline at 6:45 pm took place.
"I accept that if it were continuously observed, the decline would have been detected earlier, and it was monitored every 30 minutes.
I will not say that negligence played a role. Death was the result of a complication of elective surgery on March 19, 2018 at the Human Reconstruction Institute in Hungary. "
Isabel Bathurst, a lawyer specializing in travel by the law firm Slater and Gordon, who represents the family, said: "This is a truly harrowing case that exposes the risks of traveling abroad for treatment.
"Clinics may have the skills to perform these procedures, but not always a plan in place for if something goes wrong.
"Mrs. Harry's family knows that nothing can bring her back, but I hope that now, speaking, other people will think more carefully before undergoing procedures like this in the future."
Emma Brown ruled that negligence did not play a role in death, concluding that Ms. Harry had died due to "complications of elective surgery".