Katie Price hides her cosmetic surgery from her mum in case she makes a complaint about the surgeon Picture: Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock)
Katie Price hides her cosmetic surgeries from her mum until after she’s had them because she doesn’t approve.
The former glamour model confessed she ‘doesn’t listen’ when mum Amy tries to stop her having more procedures.
Describing herself as ‘the Del Boy of the family’, the mum-of-five revealed she acts ‘on instinct’ and doesn’t tell Amy until ‘I’ve woken up’ from surgery in case she makes a complaint about the surgeon who carried it out.
Katie, who has brother Daniel and sister Sophie, told The Sunday Times: ‘I’m the Del Boy of the family. My mum says it’s because I don’t listen. I’m more of an instinct girl; everything goes in one ear and out the other.
‘The number of times she’s said, “You’re not having another boob job, you’re beautiful as you are.” I know she’s right but at the time you don’t think like that.
‘Now I don’t tell her what I’ve done until I’ve woken up because I know she’ll call the surgeon.
‘In the past, she’s gone, “If you operate on my daughter I’m reporting you to the GMC (General Medical Council).” She’s like that with all of us.’
Amy was diagnosed with terminal lung condition diopathic pulmonary fibrosis in 2017, which means the lungs become scarred and breathing becomes increasingly difficult.
Katie added that as she knows her mum is dying, ‘nothing goes unsaid’ and they and they ‘know everything’ about each other.
‘She knows that out of everyone, I’ll be the one who cares for her at the end,’ she added.
Amy, 66, revealed how she has been coping on Good Morning Britain, explaining: ‘I’m very up and down really. Obviously it’s terminal. I should imagine I’m in my last couple of years now. What with Covid and everything, if I catch a cold or Covid there’s no hope, so that would be the end of it for me.’
Amy was diagnosed with a terminal lung condition in 2017 (Picture: Rex)
However she added that there is a glimmer of hope: ‘I’m hoping and pushing to see if I can get on the transplant list because there is no cure, there’s nothing else they can do for me really, it’s just palliative care keeping me comfortable.
‘But with the transplant, my age is against me because the results are not that good as you get older. You could die in the operating theatre, you could have rejection, you might not come out of hospital.
‘I think if you can go through all that, then you would have a better quality of life and maybe live another two or three years.’
Credit: Original article published here.