Katie Price defends trip to red-listed Turkey for cosmetic surgery

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Katie Price has defended her trip to a red-listed country after she went to Turkey for a cosmetic procedure.

The former glamour model said the COVID-19 situation was “serious” and that she took steps to make sure her visit to Turkey was safe.

Price said: “I went to a red country, but at the same time I’m working, I’m doing my YouTube.

“You have to follow the protocol, you can’t be silly, so I knew by going to a red country I’d literally be in a hospital, I wasn’t mixing with anyone else.

“It was literally hospital, then we flew to an amber (list) country, stayed in a villa in the middle of the hills away from everyone.”

She also told ITV’s Good Morning Britain: “We made sure all our shopping was there and then came home.

“We didn’t muck about at all with it and you can’t, it’s serious.”

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Price added that she would not have considered it had she not have had both coronavirus vaccines.

She revealed that she underwent full body liposuction.

“It’s like a car, you have an MoT, if you get a scratch or a dent on your car, you fix it, and that’s how I feel about my body.

“I’m not trying to look younger and I definitely don’t want to have that alien look, you know when you can see some people have gone over the top.”

Those travelling back from countries on the government’s red list must quarantine in a hotel for 10 days, while those arriving from amber-listed nations must isolate at home or the place they are staying for 10 days.

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