Kendall Jenner’s Plastic Surgery ‘Looks Great’ Says Abbey Clancy
By Sophie Wilkinson Posted on 25 Oct 2018
Kendall Jenner and both Gigi and Bella Hadid might want to have a word with Abbey Clancy, because, you see, she seems to think they’ve all had plastic surgery, something that Kendall and Gigi have denied. Kendall says the rumours of her having had plastic surgery are: ‘all so exhausting.’
‘As a model, why would I have my face reconstructed? It doesn’t even make sense.’
Bella Hadid, meanwhile, has denied having any surgery, saying ‘People think I got all this surgery or did this or that. And you know what? We can do a scan of my face darling. I’m scared of putting fillers in my lips. I wouldn’t want to mess up my face.’
Gigi, meanwhile, has faced few accusations of having changed her face, so hasn’t really ever publicly denied having any work done.
But today, Abbey Clancy, who may have run into Kendall, Gigi and Bella at a LOVE Magazine party or the British Fashion Awards (or, well, we don’t know really, because when do all of those women otherwise end up in a room together?) has revealed that maybe she knows something we all don’t.
Talking about her husband, ex-footballer-turned-TV-pundit Peter Crouch’s new nose, which was reconstructed after it had been bashed about on the pitch, she said ‘Peter and my brother had nose jobs, they’re amazing.’
Before adding, in the interview with MailOnline, that she wouldn’t go down the same route. ‘If I wasn’t scared of needles, I’d have everything done.
‘Beauty has changed so much it’s not just about putting on creams now. Times have changed so much and you just look at the Hadids and Kendall Jenner and all the stuff the young people are having done…They look great.’
Is Abbey trying to start a bizarre celebrity feud that might, in our wildest dreams, culminate in a celebrity boxing match (with free reconstructive surgery offered in return for product-placement Instagram posts)? She then went on to decree that what she thinks looks ‘great’ on others might not be the best for her kids, because ’I don’t know if I’d be happy with my daughters doing it’ before implying that cosmetic surgery is ‘girly’, despite her very masculine husband having had it done on his schnoz. She explained: ‘Pete thinks all this girly stuff is ridiculous and he’d go mad if I said I was getting surgery. He hates it. he thinks there’s more important things to life.’
Yes, like going on Google Images and typing in famous people’s names alongside ‘before’ and ‘after’, which is a very fun hobby for us all in the age of dermal fillers, botox and entirely cosmetic surgical procedures designed to shape young faces into, well, whatever current trends say is a pretty face.
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