Kris Boyson enlisted top cosmetic surgeon Dr Tijion Esho to urge Katie Price to quit surgery, Mirror Online can exclusively reveal.
Surgeon to the stars Dr Esho told us that Katie’s boyfriend Kris booked her into his clinic while they were filming Katie Price: My Crazy Life for Quest Red in the hopes that he could convince her to embrace a more natural look.
“Katie’s partner booked her to come and see me with my team because he wanted someone to desperately convince to stop having surgery,” he said.
“It’s the first time I have ever seen Katie as a patient but I’m aware of surgery she’s had thanks to the press and social media.”
Revealing how their consultation went, Dr Esho added that he had advised Katie to stop having fillers and surgery and focus on making positive lifestyle changes.
“I think Katie has got into a cycle where she is getting more and more injectables and surgery and I think this is doing more harm than good,” he continued.
“I advised her to stop for now and try focus on her inner health. At the same time we can focus on treating her skin with non invasive measures to treat the damage from sun beds and prior surgery”.
Dr Esho’s clinic primarily offers a variety of fillers and botox treatments, as well as skin-care consultations.
In a post on his Facebook , Dr Esho announced that he had “said no” to the mum-of-five when she begged for more fillers, however, he proved there were no hard feelings.
Joking about her recent plans to adopt a Nigerian orphan , he wrote: “So no slap for saying no but the adoption is now in process and my name is now Oluwafemi Price”.
The doctor’s decision comes as Katie’s fans have been begging her to strip back her look.
“What is better? To have some fine lines and little bit of sagging…or look like an alien.”You have natural beauty and I wish you could embrace that,” one wrote on Instagram .
Meanwhile, another added: “You are naturally so pretty. Yes its nice to have have a bit of tweaking here and there but you don’t need it.”
“You are under so much pressure just because of who you are!,” a fourth urged. “You don’t need surgery to look better! You really don’t… find that fight in you again and own it like you did back then Katie!”
Katie has repeatedly vowed to stop having surgery after she suffered a botched face lift in 2017, which left her with the skin around her eyes pulled agonisingly tight.
She was forced to undergo corrective surgery while awake in March 2018, and was pictured with bloody tubes coming out of her face as she was wheeled away from the hospital in Brussels.
“This is the last time I will have surgery on my face,” she declared after the op.
But her vow was clearly forgotten by Christmas when she revealed that more surgery was at the top of her wish list.
Mirror Online have contacted Katie Price for comment.
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