Heidi Montag: "I Feel Trapped In My Own Body"
The Hills star is 'desperate to be normal again'...
Heidi Montag has revealed that the aftermath of her plastic surgery is preventing her from leading a normal life, so much so, she feels trapped in her own body and can't even hug her dogs.
Now, Montag has confessed that even giving her pooches a cuddle is affected by her surgery, telling heat magazine: "I can't hug my dogs anymore. Especially with my face in the condition it's in."
She continued: "I can't get up close or kiss them - if they were to hit my nose, i wouldn't be able to get it fixed again! I have to be really careful. I feel like a porcelain doll…"
Heidi already has to wear surgical tape to hold her nose in place the way her surgeon, the late Dr. Frank Ryan had sculpted it.
The 23-year old also claimed that since Dr. Ryan was killed in a car crash earlier this month, she is in turmoil at who will perform her breast reduction surgery if she decides to go ahead with the procedure.
Montag stated: "I'm devastated - I trusted him with my life. There's just no fixing it. Dr. Ryan knows the work he did - he did everything."
She added: "I got my first surgery with him when i was 20! I feel trapped on my own body."
The gossip magazine also reports that Heidi is thinking about going to Brazil to have her breast implants removed but considers her surgically enhanced body to be 'an homage' to Dr. Ryan.
Heidi said: "He was more than a doctor,. He was a genius. I feel like a walking Picasso…"