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Friday 29 August 2014

Davina McCall: No-one has wrinkles

Davina McCall says she's 'kicking against' going down the Botox route

Davina McCall has said she has no intention of having cosmetic surgery - just yet.

The 46-year-old said that she thinks that she stands out because other women of her age seem to have banished their wrinkles.

The mother-of-three told OK! magazine: "I look at everybody now and they're all doing it (plastic surgery).

"I would like to say no, because I don't want my children to look at me and think I look like the Bride of Wildenstein!

"But it's getting to the stage now where a wrinkle's a weird thing. I was smiling in a picture the other day on my Twitter feed, and somebody went: 'Ooh, you've got wrinkles'.

"I was like: 'I'm 46, of course I've got wrinkles!' But people don't seem to have wrinkles any more - they're all Botoxed!"

The Million Pound Drop presenter added: "So I'm holding out for as long as I can - but I can't say I never will, I wouldn't like to lie, but I'm kicking against it."

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