Katie Price is not getting a ‘designer vagina’ everybody – so can we all just calm down?
Of course, this is exactly the information you wanted to know on a Wednesday morning, but the star has hit back at the claims she was considering getting surgery.
The 40-year-old has recently gone under the knife, and proudly showed off the results to her followers.
But despite getting a new face, Katie has reassured everyone that she is fine with everything going on down there.
When contacted about the rumours by the Mail Online, Pricey’s reps said: ‘She hasn’t had one designer vagina never mind two.’
Speculation started when the star couldn’t control her bladder during a gym session with her pal Dionne.
Yes, during her show My Crazy Life, the former glamour model was shown wetting herself after having electric currents shot through her body.
At the time, an insider told The Sun that the star was hoping to get herself ‘sorted out.’
They claimed to the publication: ‘Katie has always been very open about her procedures and the designer vagina is no different.
‘It made hilarious TV when Katie accidentally wet herself while exercising on her show but she secretly a bit embarrassed so has decided to get her herself sorted out.’
The source added: ‘A few nips and tucks here and there are nothing to Katie, so this will be a walk in the park.’
Last month, the mother-of-five even spoke about the claims on her reality show when pressed by her hairdresser.
Katie said: ‘I don’t need a designer vagina thank you, my vagina is very much intact and beautiful.’
Joking about how she has had cesareans for all of her births, the proud mum added: ‘Mine have come out the sunroof thank you.’
But the stylist couldn’t hold back and was seen pushing for even more information on whether or not Katie would ever consider the op in the future.
Shutting down all rumours, she replied: ‘The one thing I don’t need is a new vagina, thank you very much.’
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