Geordie Shore’s Chloe Ferry Opens Up About Her Experience Of Body Dysmorphia
The 23-year-old has revealed the true impact of being trolled online
Chloe Ferry has opened up about her struggle with body dysmorphia and revealed that she only began to feel self-conscious about her looks when people began trolling her appearance online.
The Geordie Shore lass has always been candid about her decision to go under the knife but has now insisted that she won’t be undergoing any more cosmetic procedures other than regular filler and lip injections.
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In an interview with Closer Magazine, she admitted: “It’s ever since I started having surgery that I've felt like this, and maybe after some of the negative comments.
“I didn't have body dysmorphia before Geordie Shore  I would say it's happened since I started getting surgery - I think that's what created it.”
While the 23-year-old has confessed to undergoing rhinoplasty, liposuction, breast implants and a breast uplift in the past three years, she has now promised: “I'm never having any more. People think I've had loads of surgery but I haven't.”
In a conversation with New Magazine, she previously came clean about how difficult it is to turn down free procedures: “I just love injections and getting filler, to be honest. If someone says to us they're going to give us free filler, that's totally fine. God, yeah [I'm happy with my looks].”
This comes as pal Marnie Simpson has revealed that she too will be easing off the cosmetic surgery for the time being as Holly Hagan underwent a recent procedure to minimise her breast size. Good on all three of these ladies for speaking up about their current mindset.