Bachelor star Kiki Morris unrecognisable following transformation

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Bachelor star Kiki Morris has undergone a huge transformation since she first appeared on screens during the 2016 season of The Bachelor.

On Monday, the 33-year-old showed off her latest transformation in a number of Instagram photos, saying her fit figure was owed to peptides.

Bachelor star Kiki Morris
Bachelor star Kiki Morris has undergone a huge transformation since she first appeared on screens during the 2016 season of The Bachelor. Photo: Ten

"After my 10 weeks taking @biov8clinic peptides not only is my summer bikini body ready, I feel such a difference in muscle density and definition," she wrote. "I sleep so deep and wake up rested, the anti-aging properties have my skin feeling firmer all over my body and an improvement in my overall fitness and well-being is really [noticeable]."

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"I’ll take whatever for however many weeks if this is the end result!!" one follower wrote.

According to Healthline, "Peptides are amino acids that make up certain proteins needed by the skin. More specifically, collagen is made of three polypeptide chains, so adding peptides can stimulate your skin to make collagen. More collagen can lead to firmer, younger-looking skin."

Kiki Morris poses for selfie in bikini
Kiki looks very different these days. Photo: Instagram/Kiki Morris

Kiki has previously admitted to having breast enlargement as well as other non-surgical treatments over the years. 

Speaking with OK! Magazine in 2016, she said she underwent the surgery after being bullied for her "flat chest" in high school.

"I used to get teased for being so flat-chested," she explained at the time, adding the surgery, which took her to a C-cup, made her "feel less self-conscious".

Kiki Morris poses for mirror selfie
Kiki has previously admitted to having breast enlargement as well as other non-surgical treatments over the years. Photo: Instagram/Kiki Morris

She has also been open about using Botox and has also confessed to having muscle relaxant injections.

"So it's no secret I use muscle relaxants in my jaw for medical reasons - grinding teeth in my sleep!!" she wrote on Instagram. "I'm a notorious jaw clencher in my sleep so much so I wake up with migraines and from that it's contributed to my strong jawline."

She added that the procedure helped her "achieve a slimmer jaw while correcting my jaw clenching habits".

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