Ulrika Jonsson branded haggard by Katie Price following plastic surgery comments

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Swedish star Ulrika Jonsson, 53, has been labelled “haggard” by TV personality Katie Price, 43, after she revealed that she was “horrified” at Katie’s results of her latest cosmetic procedures. Writing in her column for The Sun, the presenter suggested that the busty star is “still searching” for happiness by routinely going under the surgeon’s knife. However, Katie didn’t hold back as she lashed out at the star over her comments.

I can’t deny I am quite horrified by the images

Ulrika Jonsson

In a now-removed Instagram story, the mother-of-five, blasted the Swedish TV personality after Ulrika said that the former glamour model was “starving” for fame after going under the knife yet again.

In view of her 2.6 million followers, Katie wrote: “@ulrikajohnnsonofficial before judging me and having a swipe at me take a look at yourself and your career maybe you need to take a leaf out of my book as you look haggard my darling.”

The star posted a year-old snap of the blonde-haired star having just stepped out of the shower.

Katie posted the snap along with the caption after Ulrika wrote an article titled “Katie Price is not hungry for fame… she’s starving”, following the Brighton-born model’s latest round of surgery.

The TV star started her column by stating that she “respects” the former wife of popstar Peter Andre for taking pride in being “controversial” and “independent”.

However, the article soon took a turn when the Swedish model revealed that she was “horrified” by the pictures showing the results of Katie’s latest surgeries.

She penned: “But now she has, once again, exhibited and paraded publicly her latest plastic surgery, and I can’t deny I am quite horrified by the images.

“As a mum, I also wonder what her children must feel.”

The Swedish star went on to say that she believes that “cosmetic surgery can become a relentless quest for youth, adjustment and modification”, which she believes Katie is still “searching” for.

Indeed, Ulrika has been open about her single cosmetic procedure, which she cites as “corrective surgery”.

In 2009 the star underwent a breast reduction, as she stated that her breasts were “huge” and gave her “shoulder pain as well as unwarranted attention.”

She insisted that while her surgery was “corrective”, Katie’s were in pursuit of “eternal youth”.

Ulrika went on: “Her constant transformations don’t seem to have brought her much happiness because it’s been a perpetual cycle since 1998 when she set out on this journey of cosmetic metamorphosis.”

The star ended her article by wishing the model well and stating that she hopes Katie finds “inner peace and contentment” away from the surgeon’s knife.

Just days ago the former I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! contestant revealed the results of numerous cosmetic procedures she had done in Turkey.

The star flew out to the Mediterranean country where she had the full works done, including full body liposuction, a bum lift, lip lift, eye lift, and face lift, believed to have cost more than £12,000.

Upon her return to the UK, Katie visited Good Morning Britain, where she told presenters that she isn’t addicted to plastic surgery, but admitted that her mum has been asking the same question.

She said: “I’m not addicted, but if people want to say I’ve got body dysmorphia, just say it, even my mum says it, ‘You need to see somebody, you’re not normal in the head, are you?'”

Explaining her reasoning for going under the knife, she continued: “It’s like a car – you have an MOT. If you get a scratch or a dent, you fix it, and that’s how I feel with my body.”

The star first went under the knife aged 18 when she went up a cup size from a 32B to a 32C, however, she continued to undergo several more breast enlargements.

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