It was only a few weeks ago that we reported Kerry Katona’s recent tummy tuck, when the 31-year-old celebrity underwent bot liposuction and a tuck in order to regain her figure after giving birth to a new baby.
After spending the last few weeks as a yummy mummy, some of the more critical British papers have been ragging on Katona after appearing on a celebrity edition of the popular TV cooking show, Come Dine With Me.
The papers criticised her serving of fish and chips – a British classic – on the show, so soon after undergoing her surgery. As far as I can tell, there’s nothing wrong with indulging yourself now and again; undergoing cosmetic surgery doesn’t mean you’re never allowed to enjoy anything a little bit naughty again!
Kerry still looked fab on the show; for a mum of four kids, she’s still a tiny size 8 and looking gorgeous! It’s important to maintain good eating habits after any surgery in order to maintain the effect that surgery aimed for, but that doesn’t mean denying yourself a treat every now and again.
Angela Chouaib, MD and founder of Secret Surgery Ltd. says that “It’s wonderful to see a celebrity being so down-to-earth about her surgery; no one in the celeb world has been so honest about cosmetic procedures as Kerry Katona, and we applaud her for it. As for the fish and chips? She deserves them! Good for her – she’s obviously maintaining her weight well, so why not enjoy a treat?”
Earlier this month, Kerry Katona – everyone’s favourite Atomic Kitten – told OK! Magazine about her second tummy tuck, to get rid of the “kangaroo pouch” on her belly. “Right now I’m high as a kite on painkillers”, she said, “Because I’m recovering from a tummy tuck!”
The pop star, TV presenter and yummy mummy of 4 was proud to tell the world about her surgery, which she admits was a last resort to shift those pounds that just wouldn’t go after rigorous diet and exercise. “No matter how much weight I lost I couldn’t get rid of a pocket of skin that hung like a kangaroo pouch!”
This abdominoplasty comes just a few years after her 2008 body makeover, which cost around £15,000 and was undertaken just four months after the star gave birth to her fourth child.
Obviously Katona’s keen to keep her body in top shape even after childbirth – and we applaud her for it! She’s definitely got the looks to be a yummy mummy, and a little nip and tuck here and there doesn’t hurt.
After meeting Kerry on a few occasions Angela Chouaib, MD and founder of Secret Surgery Ltd., says “Kerry Katona looked great before – but now she looks even better! It’s always good to see women who aren’t ashamed of their bodies, and the work they’ve had done. Tummy tucks are all the rage, and it isn’t hard to see why; sometimes, there’s just no other way to shift the ‘pouch’!”