Katie Price has revealed her latest surgeries after heading to Turkey during the pandemic, with the star insisting she’s ‘not addicted’ to the procedures.
The former model appeared on Good Morning Britain to chat through the work she’s had done.
Katie explained that the new lot of surgery stemmed from breaking her feet, as she was in a wheelchair for eight months and had put on weight, which she wasn’t used to.
She explained she’s had ‘full body lipo[suction] and some of my own fat put in my bum [a Brazilian bum lift].’
Later on in the chat, Katie, who recently lashed out at the Love Island cast members for an argument about comestic surgery, said that she’d also had some facial surgery done, including a lip lift, as she feels fillers make her ‘look like a duck,’ and a cat eye lift.
Also known as canthoplasty, a cat eye lift is a delicate cosmetic procedure that aims to lengthen the eye opening while also lifting the outer corner.
‘I am not addicted,’ Katie insisted, adding that she ‘doesn’t want to look like a freak’.
She said her latest surgeries stemmed from breaking her feet (Picture: YouTube / Katie Price)
However, she added that she wants to show the downside of surgery as well.
‘Having surgery isn’t fun and games, it is painful and it’s irreversible,’ the 43-year-old said, adding that she would encourage people in their 20s to wait.
During her last set of surgeries, the mum-of-five has been open about the ordeal she underwent, as she feared she would die at one point.
‘I was too weak and they said about having a blood transfusion,’ she recalled.
Katie recently told the Love Island cast to ‘get over’ an argument about (Picture: Katie Price/Instagram)
Katie went on to admit that she travelled to Turkey, a country which is listed as red during the pandemic, meaning that it is not advised to travel there.
She insisted she did it safely, as she has two Covid-19 vaccines and kept testing herself, but Dr Amir Khan wasn’t convinced.
‘With all due respect, we’ve got to prioritise the health of everyone,’ he told her, asking her why she didn’t wait.
‘I’ve got work in the summer,’ Katie responded.
The star recently spoke out about her surgery and the fear she felt.
She was told that she would need a transfusion once she woke up but she turned it down over concerns that she would contract Covid-19 from the blood.
It was then that she initially regretted going through with her latest round of procedures and thought: ‘What the f**k have I done?’
She then explained to The Sun: ‘Honestly, I’ve gone to hell and back, it was horrific — “Oh my God I look like a monster out of a horror movie”.
‘I just thought, “This is it, I’m going to die. I was terrified of looking like a freak, like that Bride of Wildenstein or a fake doll”.’
However, now she’s healed from the procedures, she’s loving her new look.
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.
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