Katie Price has revealed that her son has called her ‘fake’ because of her numerous cosmetic surgery procedures.
Speaking during an appearance on Loose Women, where she is a regular panellist, Katie, 39, showed off the results of her first ever facelift, but said that Junior, 12, isn’t always a fan of his mum’s altered appearance.
‘This is what Junior said: “Mum you are so beautiful. Why did you have to have it done?”,’ she explained. ‘I was like: “I haven’t had that much done, Junior”.’
‘And he said: “Mum, your eyebrows are fake, you’ve got fake eyelashes on, you’ve had your lips done, you’ve had your nose done, and your teeth. And now you’ve put these things in your face – why?”‘
Katie went on to admit that she didn’t have a comeback for the criticism, because ‘he’s actually right.’
During the conversation, she said that she believed that the government should put age restrictions on cosmetic procedures to stop anyone under the age of 21 from going under the knife.
Earlier this week, the mum-of-five debuted her new look on her Instagram account, telling her 1.5 million followers that she was ‘so pleased’ with the outcome.
‘So excited to share the results of my first ever facelift!’ she exclaimed. ‘Thanks @lbps54 for looking after me. So pleased 💋’
However, she was met with similar comments from fans who were concerned that she was going too far with her surgeries.
‘Im sorry katie but you are looking like a plastic doll,’ one wrote. ‘I used to admire you but you are going too far. You are spoiling yourself.’
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‘Love your honesty unlike most famous people who continually deny having any work done and try to kid us their youthful complexion is due to a face cream , yeah what ever lol,’ another added. ‘But be careful otherwise you will just look your age but with plastic face which is not a good look’.
‘I’m sorry but your face looks completely frozen. It’s really weird,’ a third agreed. ‘I’m all for Botox in moderation but wow that’s overboard. I can’t imagine not being able to move my face 😣You looked better with less I’m sorry.’