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Katie Price happy with new boobs after seventh surgery

Published 21/06/2016

Katie Price
Katie Price

British model recovering after latest breast enhancement in Belgium.

Model-turned-TV personality Katie Price is celebrating after scoring the perfect boobs following seven surgeries.

The 38-year-old, aka Jordan, has spent the last 20 years trying to perfect her breasts and now reveals she's finally happy following recent surgery in Belgium.

She took to Instagram on Tuesday (21Jun16) and posted a shot of herself recovering in bed, adding the caption: "Wooo hooo finally I'm healed happy and have a amazing boobs at last thank you to Dr. Plovier at Be Clinic Brussels your the best (sic)."

The mother-of-five started her breast obsession with surgery at 18 and had to have implants removed last year (15) when they became infected, reducing her cup size from a 32G to 32B.

Shortly after her latest surgery earlier this month (Jun16), Katie shared a shot of a pair of implants on Instagram. She didn't go into details but captioned the shot: "Successful".

In April Price offered to sell her old breast implants for $1.46 million (£1 million) in a post on Twitter, writing: "My Breast implants size 1050cc, £1,000,000.00 email kpimplants@hotmail.com to buy, make an offer or for more info!"

She later added: "To buy implants your also get a meet great (sic) and can collect from my house."

Many fans dismissed the tweet as an April Fool's Day joke, but Katie insisted she was serious.

Reports suggest glamour model Josie Cunningham picked up the silicon implants for $733,000 (£500,000). The 24-year-old said she bid on the star's implants because she wanted to have both the first and second "most famous" boobs in Britain.

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