Aug 10, 2023

Katie Price reveals bandaged face after plastic surgery

Katie Price was seen with a heavily bandaged face in a recent TikTok livestream after undergoing the knife once again.

The reality star wore a splint on her nose that was secured with tape, while keeping her hair neatly swept away from her face.

When chatting to fans during the livestream on Wednesday, Katie mentioned that her nose was "itchy".

She admitted that the dressing was causing annoyance, stating that she was tempted to "rip off the bandage", but assured her fans that her nose wasn't in pain.

Katie Price was booked in for multiple cosmetic procedures, according to The Sun (Image: TikTok)

Prior to her livestream, Katie posted a video to TikTok saying: "Hey everyone, so go on now to my TikTok live because I'm about to do a display for the JYY Collection, come and join me right now."

According to The Sun, Katie had been booked in for a nose job, lip lift, and abdominal etching.

Abdominal etching creates a toned stomach resembling a six-pack through liposuction.

Katie has always been open about her desire to have the 'biggest breasts in Britain' and currently possesses a 2120 CC bust.

She has previously insisted that she didn't start altering her face until her 40s.

Katie Price on the TikTok livestream (Image: TikTok)

Another recent TikTok video by Katie sparked concern after fans questioned whether she was getting enough daily calories.

The 45-year-old former glamour model showcased her daily meals, which amounted to a total calorie intake of just 993.

She gave her followers a tour of her kitchen cupboards, filled with products from the skinnyfoodco brand.

Her day began with a golden syrup-flavoured instant porridge and a cup of coffee, followed by a snack bar while on her way to a meeting.

For lunch, Katie made a ham, cheese, and garlic mayo sandwich, and ended her day with a green Thai curry, Konjac rice, and a cookie for dessert.

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