KATIE Price insists she's happy with her new face – and hinted she's planning even more surgery.
Despite being trolled for looking like Frankenstein, Katie revealed on Instagram that she's confident she has never looked better.
10 days since surgery my face still swollen and already over the moon with my face ! My body still few weeks away from seeing any result but so happy Thankyou @comfortzonesurgeryofficial can’t wait for future procedures ❤️
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The star shared a picture of her appearance on today's Good Morning Britain.
And she wrote: "10 days since surgery my face still swollen and already over the moon with my face ! My body still few weeks away from seeing any result but so happy Thankyou @comfortzonesurgeryofficial can’t wait for future procedures".
Following Katie's appearance on morning telly, viewers begged the 40-year-old to quit surgery as she looked puffy.
Katie, who admitted that she looked like a “space invader” was accused of being a “freak show” as she opened up about her extensive procedures to Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid.
One person tweeted: “#GMB Katie Price modern day Frankenstein.”
A second commented: “Just a freak show Katie price #gmb.”
While a third added: “You really need to stop carving your face up @KatiePrice you're starting to look like Jocelyn Wildenstein….. Not a good look #gmtv.”
Meanwhile, sources tell The Sun Online that Katie fears she looks like Star Trek’s Spock after getting her eyebrows tattooed on before her facelift.
One said: “Katie had semi-permanent eyebrows done before the operation – and they were perfect.
"But after the surgery, they’ve been pulled up a bit and she’s worried they look odd – like Spock from Star Trek.
"The facelift means they’ve shifted into a totally different position. Katie keeps saying how happy she is with her new face but behind closed doors she’s obsessing over before and after pictures.
"The problem is, the eyebrows are semi-permanent so she’s stuck with them for a while.”
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