Katie Price was pictured looking swollen and bruised last week as she emerged from a surgery clinic in Turkey where she underwent upper and lower eyelid surgery, a lower facelift and a breast reduction.
But a source close to the 41 year old former glamour model has told new! magazine the procedures have left mum-of-five Katie in agony and full of regret over her latest amendments.
The insider told the publication: “Katie could barely speak after her surgery, but when she did manage to utter a few words she seemed totally beside herself.
“It’s clear she’s regretting her decision already. With the amount of pain she’s in, even she realises she’s gone too far this time.”
Katie was joined in Turkey by her 30 year old boyfriend Kris Boyson, who it seems too decided to have some adjustments to his appearance.
Leaving the clinic with bandages on his nose, the source claims that Katie is likely to have been the driving force behind the decision.
They continued: “Everyone who knows them is shocked Kris has had stuff done too, but it just goes to show how much he’s been influenced by being around her. Would he have done this if he wasn’t with Katie? Probably not.”
Katie had multiple operations back in April, including liposuction and a Brazilian bum lift. At the time, she admitted she looked like a “bloated alien” during an appearance on Good Morning Britain.
Dr Sach Mohan, cosmetic physician and founder of Revere Clinics, told new! magazine that constant surgeries could lead to problems in the future.
He told the publication: “Multiple surgeries in the same area increase the risk of complication, such as irregularities and infection. But it’s even worse when the care is not ‘end to end’ and your surgeon is a flight away, because complications can occur days and weeks after your return to the UK.
“We’re regularly seeing patients who’ve had botch jobs in Turkey, who ultimately have to spend more than they originally saved as they have to find a surgeon locally to provide the aftercare for the complications.
“Facilities abroad do not have the same robust regularity authorities managing them and that’s reflected in the standards and risks that the patients ultimately expose themselves to.”
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