Katie Price’s daughter Princess says she’ll ‘never’ get surgery ‘after seeing what mum has gone through’

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Katie Price's daughter Princess has said she'll "never" get cosmetic surgery after seeing "what her mum has gone through".

The 42 year went on on Steph's Packed Lunch on 28 April to speak about the influence social media has had on the younger generation looking to alter their appearance when she made the revelation about her 13 year old daughter.

"Do you not worry about Princess thinking, 'I better start getting cosmetic surgery, this filtered look is how I want to look in real life'?" host Steph McGovern, 38, asked.

To which Katie insisted: "Princess has said, 'I will never ever have surgery, mum – especially seeing what you've gone through'. She'd never do it."

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The reality star also shared her shock after the surgeon who carried out her first boob job told her he wouldn't work on her if she asked him to today.

Katie has gone under the knife numerous times, first having surgery when she had breast augmentation at the age of 18.

As part of her role as a roving reporter for Channel 4's Steph's Packed Lunch, the former glamour model visited Dr Prakash, who carried out her first ever surgery, to discuss the pressures young people feel to get surgery.

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She explained to him: "I just think social media doesn't help because young girls are influenced by what they see. I think girls are having surgery too young, but for the wrong reasons."

Dr Prakash agreed, saying: "You know, nowadays, if young people come to me with all these pictures and everything, I say, 'I don't treat pictures, I treat you', most of them I say no to because the expectation is too high.

"I don't want to make you look ugly, I want to make you look sexy and natural.

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"20 years ago, my rejection rate was, if I saw 10 people, maybe one, now three or four I say no to."

The newly engaged mum-of-five then told viewers in a voiceover: "There's always new surgery trends which pop up on social media, but does Dr Prakash think I should have any more surgery?"

He told her: "If you came to me now, I would not do surgery," gasping, Katie asked: "What, you won't do surgery? What is the risk of having too much?"

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Dr Prakash explained: "The risk of doing, I suppose non-surgical treatment, repeated botox, repeated fillers, your facial muscles age fast sometimes.

"Also, repeated surgery, you're interfering with the skin, stretching it more and then you lose the elasticity of the skin."

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