Katie Price claims she's never undergone any surgery on her face and is all ''natural'', apart from the occasional Botox injections.
Katie Price claims she's ''natural''.
The former glamour model, who has had five boob jobs in the past, insists she's had no cosmetic work done to her face apart from the occasional Botox procedure.
Katie, who is the global ambassador for hair dye removal product ColourB4 told the MailOnline: ''I've had Botox, everyone knows that, but I'm natural. I've never been one to wear make-up. You don't need surgery to make yourself look younger, just change your hair colour.''
The brunette beauty can't wait to dye her long locks after she's given birth to her fifth child - her second with estranged husband Kieran Hayler - later this summer.
She explained: ''I've got a good set of hair, it's thick and in good condition. After I've had the baby I will change my colour, maybe go blonder for the summer. I can't wait. Me being me, I'll probably go too blonde though.''
Meanwhile, the 36-year-old star - who already has a book deal, a lingerie line, a haircare range and an equestrian collection - admits she's got a few exciting projects lined up for the near future, but wants to take some time away from her busy career to care for her new arrival.
She said: ''I have lots of exciting plans and I am going to focus on being a businesswoman. I've written the next four chapters of my autobiography this week.
''I'm not in a rush though and I just want to enjoy being a mum and doing things that I want to do. Things are going to be hectic after the baby but I'm all good.''
Katie is also a mother to 10-month-old Jett, whom she has with Kieran, Harvey, 12, Junior, eight, and Princess Tiaamii, six, who she has from previous relationships.
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