How much has Katie Price spent on plastic surgery?
Taking into account her surgical and non-surgical procedures, the figure could be an eye-watering £500,000.
And the total could be even higher than that, as recently Katie Price was pictured in bloodied bandages with drainage tubes hanging out of her head after undergoing an op to fix a botched facelift.
The star had the op after claiming a surgeon “f***ed up” her face in September and praised Dr. Frank Plovier for fixing it.
But the former glamour model doesn't seem done just yet, as in November 2018, she suggested she might treat herself to a facelift for Christmas.
Here's what she's had in the past…
Eight boob jobs, £56,000
She had another breast enlargement in 1999, when she was known as Jordan, going up to a 32D and then a year later a 32G.
After meeting her first husband, Peter Andre, she shrunk to a 32F in 2007 and then a 32D in 2008.
She went back up again in 2012 to a 32F, and two years later down to 32B, removing the implants entirely after they had become infected.
In June 2016, the mum of five flew to a Brussels clinic to go under the knife yet again, later revealing she had settled on a 32 GG bust.
Nose job, £6,000
In 2007, back in her Jordan days, Katie had a nose job in the U.S. which typically costs between £4,000 and £6,000.
Regular Botox, £740 a year
Regular dermal fillers, £700 a year
Non-surgical procedures, £34,000 a year
Katie is known for being a fan of cosmetic surgery, but she's also one to embrace revolutionary non-surgical beauty treatments that can be just as expensive.
In the past she has shared a revealing snap of her eighth bum lift with mobile specialist Shane Cooper, costing £300 per session.
The LipoFirm Pro technology combines TriLipo Radiofrequency (RF) and TriLipo Dynamic Muscle Activation (DMA) with the aim of fat removal and lymphatic drainage, as well as skin tightening.
Katie has also had the LipoFirm treatment on her thighs and tummy as well as a CACI Facelift with Cryo cool lifting gun (£300).
She also shocked fans recently with a bloodied selfie after having a dermal roller micro-needling treatment (from £195).
In December she also had a Geneo+ facial (£300) which incorporates exfoliation, oxygenation, product infusion and facial skin tightening with TriPollar technology combine with Cryo cool lifting gun and had her lips and brows tattooed at an estimated cost of £400.
And if that's what Katie spent over two months, imagine how much this comes to in a year – it could be up to £22,000.
In addition to that, Katie has been using hair extensions for about 17 years and has previously said it costs a whopping £12,000 a year.
So, if we do the maths over recent years of her regular treatments in addition to the surgery she's admitted to having, it amounts to over £500,000 worth of procedures.
Now that's what we call plastic fantastic!
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