Experts note that the reality star looks different, say a facelift probably explains it
Kate Gosselin had a complete makeover before she went on ABC’s Celebrity Wife Swap with Kendra Wilkinson, says a new report. That probably included a facelift or some other procedure, but the bottom line is that she definitely had something done.Check out the image attached to this article to notice a difference between what Kate used to look like and how she appeared on the show, which, by the way, you can see in full below.
Her face does look tighter and firmer, though you can’t pinpoint exactly what’s different. This is also what puzzles the experts who spoke to Hollywood Life about what she might have had done.
For instance, Dr. Steven Fallek from New York, would bet money that she had a facelift sometime before the show.
“Definitely a facelift — which includes her neck. The angles look much sharper along her lower face and neck,” Dr. Fallek explains.
Dr. Ed Williams, vice president of Public and Regulatory Affairs for the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS), agrees that she looks “worked on” but can’t say exactly what she might have had done.
Dr. Renato Calabria believes Kate had fat or stem cells grafted for a more youthful look. It’s a new procedure that has the same effect of a facelift, but is less invasive.
“This procedure is done by harvesting the fat in other part of the body and in case of fat grafting injecting it back to the face trough tiny incisions,” Dr. Calabria explains.
Hollywood Life has also spoken with other experts (none of whom ever treated or met Mrs. Gosselin) and while they can’t agree on what she had done, she clearly had something.
One believes she also had a nose job, while another thinks she might have had something done on her neck as well to make it more youthful looking.
Once asked about plastic surgery and whether she ever went under the knife, Kate Gosselin said she actually “de-aged” so her answer was that she was 100 percent natural.
Photos seem to imply otherwise.