Chloe Ferry 'plans on getting third nose job'

Chloe Ferry ‘plans on getting third nose job after last procedure was botched leaving her feeling insecure’… despite vowing she was ‘DONE’ with plastic surgery

She recently revealed she is ‘done’ with plastic surgery after splashing out £50k to transform her looks. 

But Chloe Ferry is now reportedly planning to get a third nose job after her last procedure was ‘botched’ leaving her feeling insecure.

The former Geordie Shore star, 25, – who first went under the knife in 2016 – was left struggling to breathe after the initial nose surgery as her nostrils were too small, according to The Sun. 

Work done: Chloe Ferry is reportedly planning to get a third nose job after her last procedure was ‘botched’ leaving her feeling insecure

The publication reports that two years later she had it operated on a second time but was trolled for the results, with many online comparing her to Michael Jackson.   

A source told the newspaper: ‘Chloe has had two nose jobs but isn’t fully happy about the way she looks.  

‘She has always said the last one was a botched job because she thinks the nostrils are different shapes and the tip isn’t right.

Before: The former Geordie Shore star, 25, – who first went under the knife in 2016 – was left struggling to breathe after the initial nose surgery (pictured before any surgery in 2015) 

‘Despite being ballsy on TV, Chloe is actually really insecure about it and gets really funny when people take pictures of her. She needs to know it’s her right angle.’

They added that she is planning to get it sorted when she can and she hopes it will stop some of the horrible trolling she gets.

A representative for Chloe has been contacted by MailOnline for a comment.  

Correction: The Sun reports that two years after her first nose surgery she had it operated on a second time but was trolled for the results

It comes after last month Chloe declared that she’s ‘done’ with plastic surgery after splurging £50k on procedures to transform her looks.  

The beauty admitted she became ‘obsessed’ with going under the knife after she first appeared on the MTV show Geordie Shore in 2015 and saw Charlotte Crosby’s enhanced lips.

She admitted that she’s had the most work done out of the entire cast, but plans to stop now as she hopes to be taken more seriously.    

Insecure: A source told the newspaper: ‘Chloe has had two nose jobs but isn’t fully happy about the way she looks’ 

‘I’m in a new chapter of my life. I want to be taken more seriously,’ she said to Closer magazine. 

‘As soon as I started on the show in 2015 I was obsessed with surgery. When I met Charlotte and seen her lips I was like ‘I NEED THEM!’ and now I’ve had the most work done out of the cast.

‘For the first time in ages, I’m really happy with the way I look. I feel that I look good. And I really don’t think I will get any more surgery – I feel done with that now.’ 


Change: It comes after last month Chloe declared that she’s ‘done’ with plastic surgery after splurging £50k on procedures to transform her looks (pictured right in 2014 and left recently)

Chloe has undergone multiple cosmetic procedures throughout recent years including three breast operations.   

She first began receiving Botox injections at the age of 19 to maintain a wrinkle-free visage. 

A year later, she underwent an eyebrow lift to elevate her brows and tighten her forehead. 

Putting a stop to it?: The beauty admitted she became ‘obsessed’ with going under the knife after she first appeared on the MTV show Geordie Shore in 2015

Chloe also had two nose jobs and achieved the iconic Kylie Jenner pout with the help of lip fillers. 

The reality star also transformed her gnashers with gleaming white veneers before receiving liposuction and a bum lift in 2018. 

She regularly shares sexy snaps in her underwear and swimwear to show off her surgically-enhanced assets.  

 Enhanced: Chloe has undergone multiple cosmetic procedures including three breast operations, an eyebrow lift, liposuction and a bum lift in addition to Botox and fillers

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