Katie recently confessed that her face-lift had been botched, meaning she was having to undergo corrective surgery, and in Emily’s latest column for OK! she has seemingly had a pop at Katie’s love of cosmetic enhancements.
Emily, who is also a junior doctor, wrote that when choosing to have surgery patients should weigh up the risks, and that she fears most people don’t.
‘There has been a worrying trend recently with so many people undergoing cosmetic surgery, and I think people often forget there are risks with any procedure you undergo, whether it’s an infection or a reaction to the drugs,’ she said.
The mum-of-two added that she feels the only time cosmetic surgery is necessary is when there’s a self-esteem issue.
‘The only time I agree with cosmetic surgery is if someone has one particular feature that is really affecting their self esteem,’ she said. ‘If they consider all the risks and benefits and still decide to do it, then I understand that.’
What is she trying to say about KP?!
Katie recently opened up about her latest facial surgery, revealing in an Instagram collage that she felt her face had been ‘totally fucked up.’
She wrote: ‘Love the girls here at @lastudio1 lashes hair relax getting me ready and pampered to now go and get my face re corrected after surgeon has totally fucked my face up.’
Katie had previously hinted at her surgery troubles while speaking at the Cambridge Union: ‘People have surgery to look like me even though my surgery went wrong and I’m getting it sorted on Wednesday.’
It is unclear what facial procedure was botched, although Katie has been open with her struggles with surgery in the past. Last year, Katie had a face lift to lift her cheeks and jawline – and this just adds to her list of ‘been there, done that’ ops.
Katie has undergone eight boob jobs, a nose job, and a variety of Botox injections, lip fillers and liposuction procedures. While Katie was in the CBB house in 2015, she told of her botched attempt to have her implants removed, which left her with a hole under her armpit.
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