Marnie Simpson has 'ripples' and holes in her stomach after liposuction
- Bang Showbiz
- 22 May 2017
Marnie Simpson has been left with yellowing skin, "ripples" in her stomach, and four holes in her body after failing to take proper care of herself after liposuction
Marnie Simpson has been left with yellowing skin, "ripples" in her stomach, and four holes in her body after failing to take proper care of herself after liposuction.
The 'Geordie Shore' star ignored the medical advice she was given after having fat removed from her body, and as a result, she hasn't properly healed from the procedure, and admits she is now "gutted" she didn't follow the aftercare instructions.
Speaking in an extract of her autobiography 'Stripped Bare', she said: "Hands up - with the liposuction I didn't follow the rules like I was supposed to, so I've only got myself to blame.
"The problem was that after the operation, I was supposed to wear this horrible elasticated body suit for six days, but I didn't.
"Instead, I went out and got mortal. It meant my stomach started to develop ripples in it and for some reason it went all discoloured too.
"The ripples and the weird yellowish colour are gradually getting better with the help of some heavy-duty massage, but the worst part is the holes for the tubes used to suck out all the fat are still there.
"I have two holes in the small of my back, which you can barely notice, but the other two are like bore holes on either side of my pubic bone, directly above my vagina.
"Every time I look at them I feel totally gutted. You can't miss them - it's like someone's been drilling for oil next to my fairy.
"I still don't know whether these holes will ever disappear."
As well as liposuction, Marnie has also had cosmetic surgery on her nose and breasts but insists she won't be going under the knife again any time soon.
She told OK! magazine: "I'm done for now. I might have more when I'm older, but not for the minute. I've been having personal training sessions - I really want to get super fit and healthy for the summer."