Martine Mccutcheon has had Botox
- Bang Showbiz
- 10 November 2016
Loose Women panellist Martine McCutcheon has admitted to having Botox after feeling like a "creased pillow"
Martine McCutcheon has had Botox.
The 40-year-old former 'EastEnders' star - who played the role as Tiffany in the BBC soap for four years - has admitted to having injections jabbed into her face on two separate occasions because she was left feeling like a "creased pillow" after a period of being unwell, although she has admitted she didn't like the outcome after her first experience.
Speaking about cosmetic treatment on 'Loose Women' on Thursday (10.11.16), the chat show Martine has recently become a panellist on alongside Janice Street-Porter, Linda Robson, and Ruth Langsford, she said: "When I had a really tough time being unwell, and trying to have rapidity and it didn't go well, it basically showed on my face a lot and I looked ravaged. I just looked in the mirror and thought I've always had nice skin, I always had a nice beautiful glow, and it has gone. So I had Botox and I didn't like it, it made me look a bit strange, and then I had it again and Oh my god, I loved it, I absolutely loved it, because it didn't look like I wasn't me anymore, I just didn't looked like me but not a creased pillow basically."
However, the brunette beauty's fellow panellists had mixed opinions on the subject; the 'Bird of a Feather' actress revealed her family would "kill" her if she went under the knife, whilst Ruth has contemplated undergoing the procedure.
The 56-year-old presenter and 'This Morning' host - who married Eamonn Holmes in 2010 with who she has 14-year-old son Jack with - said: "I have to say I don't worry about it too much, I don't mind crow's feet lines, but I kind of waver. So, one minute I go I don't want all that nonsense, you know I'm 56 I'll just age as I 'm going to age and that's it.
"But, then I see a bad picture of myself, and then I think to myself well if it's there why would you not go and have some filler if it makes you look better."