Katie Price says she feels ‘ugly’ and has ‘gone too far’ with cosmetic surgery

Katie Price (Aaron Chown/PA) (PA Wire)
Katie Price (Aaron Chown/PA) (PA Wire)

Katie Price has confessed that she often feels “ugly” when looking in the mirror after going “too far” with her cosmetic surgery.

The former glamour model, 44, said that she has to fight the urge and “pull back” from wanting to go under the knife again to enhance her appearance.

Speaking with Jeremy Vine on his Channel 5 show, she shared: “I'm never happy. When we were in the makeup room, I looked in the mirror and thought ‘I am so ugly’.

“I now look in the mirror and think, ‘Ahhh no more on the face’, because you get that surgery ‘look’ and I’ve got that.

“Not that I’m bothered, I’ve done that to myself but sometimes you have to pull back a bit.”

The mother-of-five went underwent her 16th breast augmentation in December, and has since been issued an urgent warning by top surgeons over her HH boobs.

Price (L) spoke frankly about her cosmetic surgery history (Channel 5)
Price (L) spoke frankly about her cosmetic surgery history (Channel 5)

Continuing her candour, the former glamour model admitted she regrets going under the knife aged 18 and believes the age of consent for cosmetic surgery should be raised to 21.

She shared on the Channel 5 show: “When I look back now, people have to remember I started my career when they had no airbrushing, and it wasn’t how [it is now].

“I only had my boobs done and now I’ve hit my 40s I’ll get everything done. But I did it all natural apart from the boobs [until then].”

“What I think is sad these days is that girls, early 20s, having filler, lips out here, what are they going to be like when they’re 40?” Price asked.

“I think having a boob job at 18 is far too young. I think they should wait until they’re 21.”

Price also spoke about how her eldest daughter Princess, who she welcomed with ex husband Peter Andre, has her heart set on becoming a model when she turns 16 and won't be able to stop her.

She continued: “She is set on it. As soon as she turns 16, she's gone.”