Peter Andre’s wife Emily has been accused of taking a swipe at former glamour model, Katie Price after discussing a topic within a magazine article that could have had some relation to Peter’s ex.
The 28-year-old junior doctor seemed to suggest that Katie may have overstepped the line when it comes to the number of cosmetic procedures she has undergone and admits that going under the knife has become a ‘worrying trend’ amongst the younger generation.
39-year-old Katie has always been open about the number of cosmetic procedures she has undergone, which has included the likes of breast enlargements and reductions and facelifts.
Within her magazine column, Emily seemed to be making reference to Katie when discussing the reasoning behind why people may choose to undergo cosmetic procedures and added that those who are hoping to go down this route should truly consider the risks that are involved.
“I think people often forget there are risks with any procedure you undergo, whether it’s an infection or a reaction to the drugs.” she wrote.
“Obviously what people choose to do with their body is totally up to them, but I think the quest for perfection is not realistic because there is no such thing as a perfect person, and it sends out a very mixed message to young girls.”
Now a qualified doctor, Emily states that the only reason why young adults should consider undergoing the knife would be to boost their self-esteem, rather than just purely vanity.
“If they consider all the risks and benefits and still decide to do it, then I understand that,” she added.
Just last week, Katie revealed an Instagram photo in which she admitted that her cosmetic facial procedure hadn’t gone as planned.
‘Love the girls here at @lastudio1 lashes hair relax getting me ready and pampered to now go and get my face re-corrected after surgeon has totally f*****my face up.’ she wrote as the caption.
It’s unsure which facial procedure Katie was referring to within the post, as she has been open about the amount of work she has had done to her face in the last year alone.
Just months ago, she had a lift to her cheeks and jawline but has previously undergone eight breast jobs, botox injections, lip fillers, liposuctions and even a nose job to name just a few.
Katie has always been very open about suffering from botched operations and whilst in the Big Brother house in 2015, revealed to her fellow housemates that having her implants taken out on one occasion left her with a hole under her arm.
However, cosmetic surgery is most-likely the last thing on Katie’s mind at the moment as she announced that she is already planning her mum, Amy’s funeral.
Appearing on Irish chat show, The Ray D’Arcy show, Katie discussed the trauma she has had to face after learning about her mum’s terminal lung illness.
“I always visualised my mum with me, you know, taking her shopping on a Saturday like I did with my Nan.” she said. “Or me caring for her when she got older. I’m training to be a paramedic at the moment as well, because I was training to be a nurse when I left school – you probably didn’t know that.”
“I always thought I’d be there to care for my mum, I thought she’d be there for Harvey’s 18th, that she’d be there for my other kids’ 16th’s, but the realistic thing is she won’t.”
The Loose Women star also added that while her mum is on a list to have a lung transplant, the likelihood that she will survive after the operation is still extremely unlikely.
“She’s now on the lung transplant list, but even then, it’s something like 90% don’t survive the operation. So it is a tough time at the moment.” she stated.
Heartbreakingly, Katie added that although her mum is still fairly young, she’s had to come to terms with the fact that she won’t be around much longer, unlike her siblings who have found it much harder to come to terms with.
“I’m very matter of fact with my brothers and sisters and I’m like: ‘You do know mum, she is going to die? and they’re like: ‘No, she’ll be alright’. I’m like: ‘But she isn’t.'” she continued.
“Nobody wants to accept it but I am very matter of fact. I say to my mum: ‘Come on, like, I know it sounds awful but even your funeral; what would you want for it?”
“Let’s get the best funeral ever! Because if you can plan your own funeral and stuff, it’s just easier for other people. I try to be light-hearted on it. Of course, I love my mum to bits.”