Katie Price promises to have 'more surgery until she's 90' as daughter Princess Andre insists she 'didn't need it' | The Sun

KATIE Price has insisted she's got no plans to stop having plastic surgery.

The former glamour model, 44, most recently showed off the results of her biggest-ever boob job.

During a conversation with eldest daughter Princess Andre, 15, on her reality show My Mucky Mansion, Katie admitted she's not ruling out going under the knife in the future.

As the mother daughter duo went to get facials, Katie asked Princess if she'd ever have lip fillers.

She replied: "I wanna say no… like you know how much surgery you've had… Can your body actually move? Because you stretch so much skin."

An adamant Katie insisted: "More surgery to come! Put it this way when I'm 90 I'll probably be transparent, you'll see all my veins."

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But Princess was quick to reassure her mum, saying: "It's your body your choice, I don't have a problem with plastic surgery. 

"But I think some people are so naturally pretty that they don't actually need it. You were naturally pretty."

Katie recently showed off a huge tattoo of Princess on her leg.

But the mum-of-five later insisted it's not a matter of favouritism – it's because Princess's artwork is the most painful.

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Katie told OK!: "The reason I started with Princess is she’s got the long curly hair, so hers is the most painful and takes the longest.

"It’s not because there’s any favouritism! Princess loves it. She was like, ‘I’m your favourite!’ I was like, ‘No, I love you all the same.’”

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