Dating a younger woman with children
Now I put myself down as ten years younger and I regularly get men in their 30s or 40s getting in touch.
"I don't feel my age so I really don't see why I should be going around with old men," she said.
She has since had a face lift and neck lift to remove some of her most obvious wrinkles.
Pesch has more than 50 pairs of heels – worth almost £3,000 (,974) – and a massive collection of figure-hugging dresses.
Having lived through tragedy, Pesch feels she has reached an age where she should be free to enjoy life.
Her husband passed away from lung disease three years ago and 10 years ago one of her sons died.
She forks out £300 (7) every two months on Botox to keep wrinkles at bay — and even spent £4,000 (,632) on a neck lift because she felt gravity was giving her age away.
And after a facelift and a boob job, she's finally satisfied with her looks — and since husband Walter, an engineer, passed away three years ago, has even turned to Internet dating sites to find a toy boy to take her out on the town.
"I don't see why I shouldn't be able to use some of the hard-earned money I managed to save," she said.
Her eldest boy, Robert, 47, now lives in Australia and her youngest, Warren, 44, in London.
"Sometimes my boys will raise an eyebrow at what I'm wearing but they know better than to lecture me," she said.
Jane Pesch, from Swadlincote, Derbys in England, shuns the comfy pants and knitted cardigans usually associated with pensioners, instead wowing in skyscraper heels and fishnet stockings.
While her friends are collecting their pensions, the widowed mother-of-three and great-great aunt flies across Europe to go under the knife in Poland to keep her size 10 figure and youthful looks in check.