'I've got a lot of scars' - Danielle Lloyd opens up on plastic surgery regrets
The Celebrity Big Brother star joined GB News' Mark Dolan to reflect on her career, past relationships and give an exclusive insight into her future
Danielle Lloyd has shared her regret over her decision to go under the knife and get plastic surgery.
The Celebrity Big Brother star joined GB News' Mark Dolan to reflect on her career, past relationships and give an exclusive insight into her future projects.
During the interview, she shared her regret at not waiting longer until she got surgery. Explaining that although it helped early on in her career, it has left her with "a lot of scars".
“Well, obviously, it's helped my career massively, because I was on the front page of Zoo and Nuts and all the rest of them.
“So it's obviously helped me with that. But, you know, I wish I would have waited, because I've got a lot of scars.
“And I think when you've had kids, everything seems to go south. So I wish I was getting it done now and not back then.”
Looking back at her journey into the modelling industry, she told GB News: “I sort of just fell into it really, my mum got me involved in doing competitions and I was in a pretty violent relationship in the past, and it just really knocked my confidence.
“With going into the competitions, I started off not being very confident, not believing in myself and then obviously, as the competitions went on, I did more and I grew with confidence, and eventually I won.”
Elsewhere she reflected on how beauty pageant have changed since her appearances in the competitions:
"I think a lot of the competitions don't do the whole bikini rounds anymore.
“Girls enjoy it, like I get so many women messaging me saying,’ you know, you inspired me to do it’. It gave me confidence. And it helped me sort of forget about what I've gone through.
“It made me a better person, and when I won Miss England, I actually got on the stage and I spoke about domestic violence, which was a massive platform for me to talk about what happened to myself, and it was a great opportunity to let all the girls know that that's not okay and what to look out for.
“I've gone through a lot of therapy but I've grown. I've got five kids now and am happily married so yeah, I'm in a good place.”
She added: “I've gone through so many competitions and I just always take every day as it comes. I've grown with confidence.
On her relationship with Jamie O’Hara and later Michael O’Neill, she said: “I think every relationship in the public is so difficult because you're always under watchful eyes, under scrutiny.
"It's just nice now that we are able to be civil with each other and get along for the sake of the children.
“I needed somebody normal to like, ground me. And I've definitely become a lot more normal. I feel A lot more family-orientated. I just want to be a mum. And the best mum, I can be to my children.”
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