Charlotte Crosby says she’s ‘so glad I got rid of the hook’ as she reflects on her nose job

Charlotte Crosby got candid about her nose job in an impromptu Q&A with her followers on Saturday, telling them: ‘I’m so glad I got rid of the hook.’

The Geordie Shore star, 30, splashed out £4,000 when she underwent the procedure back in 2016.  

The reality star shared a before-and-after pic from the surgery, after being quizzed about the procedure from fans.  

About face: Charlotte Crosby got candid about having a nose job in an impromptu Insta Q&A with her followers on Saturday

About face: Charlotte Crosby got candid about having a nose job in an impromptu Insta Q&A with her followers on Saturday

About face: Charlotte Crosby got candid about having a nose job in an impromptu Insta Q&A with her followers on Saturday

Charlotte showed how the surgery altered her nose as she shared a side profile photo of her ‘hook’ and a shot of her slightly bruised face post-operation.

She wrote: ‘So glad I got rid of the hook’ with a wave emoji. 

The follower had asked Charlotte: ‘Did you get your nose done abroad or in English [sic] cause I’m getting mine done soon x’.

To which the star replied: ‘England. By @elitesurgical Dr Hassan he’s great.’

New look: The Geordie Shore star, 30, wrote\u00A0\u2018So glad I got rid of the hook\u2019 with a wave emoji alongside a before-and-after snap of her face

New look: The Geordie Shore star, 30, wrote\u00A0\u2018So glad I got rid of the hook\u2019 with a wave emoji alongside a before-and-after snap of her face

New look: The Geordie Shore star, 30, wrote ‘So glad I got rid of the hook’ with a wave emoji alongside a before-and-after snap of her face 

No regrets: Charlotte praised her \'great\' surgeon as she posted the two snaps of her nose pre-surgery and just after alongside her selfie to Instagram Stories

No regrets: Charlotte praised her \'great\' surgeon as she posted the two snaps of her nose pre-surgery and just after alongside her selfie to Instagram Stories

No regrets: Charlotte praised her ‘great’ surgeon as she posted the two snaps of her nose pre-surgery and just after alongside her selfie to Instagram Stories 

Under the knife: Charlotte splashed out \u00A34,000 to have her nose job in 2016, praising Dr Hassan at the time for \'working miracles\'

Under the knife: Charlotte splashed out \u00A34,000 to have her nose job in 2016, praising Dr Hassan at the time for \'working miracles\'

At the start of her career: Charlotte pictured in 2011 before surgery

At the start of her career: Charlotte pictured in 2011 before surgery

Under the knife: Charlotte splashed out £4,000 to have her nose job in 2016, praising Dr Hassan at the time for ‘working miracles’ (pictured left in 2011)

Charlotte, who recently appeared on The Circle, previously praised Dr Hassan for ‘working miracles’. 

Elsewhere in the Q&A, Charlotte chatted about her other beauty treatments and said she doesn’t have to get filler too often as her lips retain it very well.

One fan asked: ‘Do you get the Russian technique on your lips? Is it more painful than regular filler?’

With Charlotte replying: ‘My lips retain filler like absolute mad! Which I feel very lucky about! I use @jsmithaesthetics for all my treatments! She’s absolutely INSANE queen of lips. She actually always compliments how well my lips stay.’

Lucky:\u00A0Elsewhere in the Q&A Charlotte chatted about her other beauty treatments, saying she doesn\'t have to get filler too often as her lips retain it very well

Lucky:\u00A0Elsewhere in the Q&A Charlotte chatted about her other beauty treatments, saying she doesn\'t have to get filler too often as her lips retain it very well

Lucky: Elsewhere in the Q&A Charlotte chatted about her other beauty treatments, saying she doesn’t have to get filler too often as her lips retain it very well

Charlotte Crosby’s surgeries over the years  

Nose job: In 2016, Charlotte unveiled her new nose after a rhinoplasty procedure. 

Speaking about her decision to go under the knife, the reality star opened up to Heat magazine about why it was so important to her.

Charlotte admitted scrutiny from the show’s audiences drove her to have the surgery.

Surgeries:\u00A0Charlotte has spoke candidly about her various surgeries in the past and in 2016 she unveiled her new nose after a rhinoplasty procedure (pictured before in 2011)

Surgeries:\u00A0Charlotte has spoke candidly about her various surgeries in the past and in 2016 she unveiled her new nose after a rhinoplasty procedure (pictured before in 2011)

Surgeries: The reality star pictured after the procedure earlier this year

Surgeries: The reality star pictured after the procedure earlier this year

Surgeries: Charlotte has spoke candidly about her various surgeries in the past and in 2016 she unveiled her new nose after a rhinoplasty procedure (pictured before, in 2011, and after, in 2019)  

She told the publication: ‘It’s not like I can hide it. If I’d not been on TV, I’d never have got it done.

‘I do think [my nose] caused a lack of confidence, and you always compare yourself to other people who are on TV as well.’

Trolls: In October 2017, Charlotte confirmed she had undergone surgery to correct her \'uniboob\' after she was body-shamed by vicious online trolls (pictured after her boob job in February 2018)

Trolls: In October 2017, Charlotte confirmed she had undergone surgery to correct her \'uniboob\' after she was body-shamed by vicious online trolls (pictured after her boob job in February 2018)

Trolls: In October 2017, Charlotte confirmed she had undergone surgery to correct her ‘uniboob’ after she was body-shamed by vicious online trolls (pictured after her boob job in February 2018) 

Lip filler: Charlotte’s lip size has dramatically changed since she first made her debut on Geordie Shore in 2011. 

During an interview on This Morning in 2018, she admitted she only gets them done once a year.

She said: ‘I get them done once a year, I had a big problem down the sides, but once a year that’s it and I don’t think they’re that bad.’ 

Boob job: In October 2017, Charlotte confirmed she had undergone surgery to correct her ‘uniboob’ after she was body-shamed by vicious online trolls.

Speaking to Heat magazine, the reality sensation – who suffers from a medical condition called congenital symmastia – admitted that she would also compare herself to other girls, leading her to undergo the corrective surgery. 

She confessed to the publication: ‘My uni-boob made me feel under-confident. It (congenital symmastia) really limited what I could wear without people saying, “What the f***’s wrong with her boobs?”‘ 

Broken nose: In November, Charlotte revealed she had broke her nose in a horror accident whilst holidaying in Cape Town.

The reality star shared pictures of her bruised and bloodied face on Instagram, sharing that she had cracked the bone. 

What does she say about her surgeries?

Charlotte has spoken to MailOnline about her surgeries in the past, she said: ‘I have no regrets over my surgery. I never went over the top. I’m very happy and feel a lot more confident since I had the correctional (boob job).’    

Confident: Charlotte has spoken to MailOnline about her surgeries in the past, she said: \'I have no regrets over my surgery. I never went over the top.\' (pictured before in 2011)

Confident: Charlotte has spoken to MailOnline about her surgeries in the past, she said: \'I have no regrets over my surgery. I never went over the top.\' (pictured before in 2011)

Lip filler: She added: \'I\'m very happy and feel a lot more confident since I had the correctional (boob job).\' (pictured after in April 2017)

Lip filler: She added: \'I\'m very happy and feel a lot more confident since I had the correctional (boob job).\' (pictured after in April 2017)

Confident: Charlotte has spoken to MailOnline about her surgeries in the past, she said: ‘I have no regrets over my surgery. I never went over the top. I’m very happy.’ (pictured before in 2011, left, and after, in April 2017)

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And while the star wouldn’t reveal details, she was excited about releasing some new videos to YouTube next week.

Responding to another fan, she said: ‘I promise I’ll have some banging new content next week!’

A leading Harley Street plastic surgeon recently told MailOnline Charlotte’s was an example of one of the six faces of modern beauty that were often requested by his high-profile clients.

Speaking to FEMAIL, Dr Riccardo Frati of Frati Cosmetic Surgery said his most requested face of 2020 was Bella Hadid’s ‘feline’ look, which he added ‘can be achieved by a full or a tip rhinoplasty (nose job). 

But the reality star ‘doll face’ was growing in popularity, with defining characteristics like high plump lips and cheeks, big eyes and small noses.

Charlotte was one of the classic examples of celebs who exemplified the look, on a list that also included Chloe Ferry, Lauren Goodger, Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner.

Of Charlotte and Chloe’s look in particular, he said: ‘Both have a distinctive doll look (some may similar to the much loved children’s Bratz dolls).

‘Their lips and cheeks are high and plump, they have big eyes and small noses – a pretty doll like look. To achieve this I would advise lip, chin and cheek fillers, Botox and a rhinoplasty’.

Top look:\u00A0Dr Riccardo Frati said Bella Hadid\'s\u00A0Bella Hadid\'s \u2018feline\u2019 look was his most requested face of 2020

Top look:\u00A0Dr Riccardo Frati said Bella Hadid\'s\u00A0Bella Hadid\'s \u2018feline\u2019 look was his most requested face of 2020

Bratz: The surgeon said Charlotte and Chloe Ferry were perfect examples of the reality star \'doll face\' look with defining characteristics like high plump lips and cheeks, big eyes and small noses

Bratz: The surgeon said Charlotte and Chloe Ferry were perfect examples of the reality star \'doll face\' look with defining characteristics like high plump lips and cheeks, big eyes and small noses

Top look: Dr Riccardo Frati said  Bella Hadid’s ‘feline’ look was his most requested face of 2020 (left) while a ‘doll face’ visage like Charlotte of Chloe Ferry (right) was also popular

Speaking about her decision to go under the knife, Charlotte previously opened up to Heat magazine about why it was so important to her.

The television personality admitted scrutiny from the show’s audiences drove her to have the surgery.

She told the publication: ‘It’s not like I can hide it. If I’d not been on TV, I’d never have got it done.

‘I do think [my nose] caused a lack of confidence, and you always compare yourself to other people who are on TV as well.’

She added: ‘You just think, “I hate it”, especially on television. I think it’ll make a big difference to my life in terms of getting photographed and always being on the telly, not having to worry about where to stand or what angle to go from.’ 

Insecurities: Charlotte previously admitted scrutiny from the show\'s audiences drove her to have the surgery (pictured 2019)

Insecurities: Charlotte previously admitted scrutiny from the show\'s audiences drove her to have the surgery (pictured 2019)

Insecurities: Charlotte previously admitted scrutiny from the show’s audiences drove her to have the surgery (pictured 2019) 

However, Charlotte did face backlash from the Loose Women panellists after Janet Street-Porter grilled her about the procedure in 2016. 

She said: ‘Good luck to you, it’s your choices, but what message does that send to teenage girls who watch your show, follow you on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, who might think, “My nose has a lump in it but I haven’t got £4,000 to change it?”‘ 

While during an appearance on Celebrity Juice later that year, show host Keith Lemon warned Charlotte: ‘Don’t go too far, because it’s addictive.’

To which the former Geordie Shore star replied with: ‘Never!’ 

In October 2017, Charlotte confirmed she had undergone surgery to correct her ‘uniboob’ after she was bodyshamed by vicious online trolls.

Speaking to Heat magazine, the reality sensation – who suffers from a medical condition called congenital symmastia – admitted that she would also compare herself to other girls, leading her to undergo the corrective surgery. 

She confessed to the publication: ‘My uni-boob made me feel under-confident. It (congenital symmastia) really limited what I could wear without people saying, “What the f***’s wrong with her boobs?”‘

And being in the public eye only meant that the Sunderland native was heavily targeted for her ‘deformed’ breasts on social media.

‘Because I’m famous, if a picture of me is online, people say things like “What is wrong with her boobs? They’re deformed! They’re stuck together”‘ she revealed, before confessing she had the surgery because ‘of the comments she got online.’ 

The reality star is also a huge fan of lip filler and during an interview on This Morning in 2018, she admitted she only gets them done once a year.

She said: ‘I get them done once a year, I had a big problem down the sides, but once a year that’s it and I don’t think they’re that bad.’ 

Filler: The reality star is also a huge fan of lip filler and during an interview on This Morning in 2018, she admitted she only gets them done once a year

Filler: The reality star is also a huge fan of lip filler and during an interview on This Morning in 2018, she admitted she only gets them done once a year

Filler: The reality star is also a huge fan of lip filler and during an interview on This Morning in 2018, she admitted she only gets them done once a year

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