GEORDIE Shore star Chantelle Connelly has undergone jaw, nose and lip surgery – less than three weeks after giving birth.
The reality telly favourite, 29, showed off her dramatic new look in a series of snaps on Instagram.
She wrote: “Don’t care what anyone say but @jsmithaesthetics is the best I’ve been to!
“I’ve had 1ml in each side of my jaw just under a ml in my lips and non surgical rhinoplasty also contour and lift to the tip of my nose!
“The results are amazing , give me so much confidence since having the baby so thank you.”
In a separate post, Chantelle also showed off her semi permanent tattooed eyebrows.
She wrote: “Loving my semi permanent tattooed eyebrows @celebeauty__ defo the best place for semi permanent make up!
“Only place I go , also they do loads of other amazing treatments especially the facials! Must check them out!”
Chantelle isn’t the only Geordie Shore star obsessed with surgery – Charlotte Crosby, Holly Hagan, Chloe Ferry and Sophie Kasaei have all seen hugely dramatic changes to their appearances since the show began in 2011.
Chantelle revealed last month that she “nearly died” when she gave birth to son Ricardo as she shared the first photos of her newborn.
She welcomed her first child by emergency C-section in May.
Speaking exclusively to The Sun Online, Chantelle has now shared details of the “absolute nightmare” birth – with both the star and her baby’s lives in danger.
Explaining what happened, Chantelle told us: “I had been having contractions for a couple of days and throughout the night they were getting worse and worse, I couldn’t handle the pain but when I went to the hospital I was only 2cm dilated and they said they couldn’t give me an epidural until I was 4cm.
“I went back two hours later, crippled in agony with the pain and they decided to give me an epidural and break my waters.
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“The next thing, it just went pear-shaped. My mum and partner, Lee, were like: ‘Chantelle, are you okay?’ – all I could remember is that I felt like I was going to sleep.
“My mum is a nurse and knows exactly what the monitor was saying, my blood pressure had dropped to around 60, my mum said I could have gone into cardiac arrest, that is what I was slipping into.”
The reality star continued: “The doctors all came running in and flushed my system to get the epidural out, I perked up a bit but then the baby’s heartbeat was dead low and they needed to get him out straight away.”
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