Katie is selling a premium version of her surgery video, should you dare (Picture: Katie Price/Youtube)
Katie Price is offering up a version of her last facelift in all its grim and gory, uncensored glory – for a fee, of course.
The reality star recently flew to Turkey, where she underwent a facelift as well as full-body liposuction, a Brazilian bum lift, eye and lip lifts, and liposuction under her chin. And on her return, she’s hardly glossed over the details.
From sharing videos of her meetings with the surgeons to shocking screengrabs from the operating theatre, we thought we’d seen it all.
Turns out that’s just the tip of the cosmetic iceberg.
The 43-year-old has evidently held back the most shocking scenes from her procedures in order to make some extra money, recently advertising premium content on a video website.
For £4.99 fans of Katie’s, or fans of gruesome surgery scenes, we don’t know, can unlock an uncensored version of her latest overhaul for kicks.
She insisted she wasn’t addicted to surgery (Picture: Ken McKay/ITV)
Sharing the content on her Instagram, Katie wrote: ‘Witness first hand my cosmetic surgery journey!’
Up to this point Katie had hardly been holding back after she shared a clip of doctors working on her mid-surgery before she was wheeled into a recovery room with her head completely bandaged up after the partial facelift.
We then saw as the drains were removed from her arm as Katie was then heard crying out in sheer agony and shaking uncontrollably as the nurse removes the drips.
‘I feel sick,’ she remarked at one point, while also explaining that her eyes were shut because it was ‘easier’ than keeping them open.
Still, Katie was overall feeling positive about the surgery, stating: ‘It’s all good, I probably don’t look it.’ The reality star added that she was ‘one million percent happy I done it’.
In another video, Katie’s doctor was seen advising her not to go through with a full facelift as her skin was already too tight.
Katie has never been shy about discussing her surgeries, and recently opened up about the work she has done on Good Morning Britain.
In the candid chat recently, she explained that the latest round of procedures stemmed from her putting on weight after she broke her feet in a freak accident.
But she also defended the surgeries, vowing: ‘I am not addicted,’ and that she ‘doesn’t want to look like a freak’.
Credit: Original article published here.