"When you look at women who have had plastic surgery, they have lost something - usually an expression, something unique to their faces," the Daily Express quoted her as saying.
“They start to look the same. I've always admired the women who didn't do it, so I have to keep reminding myself I'm one of them and not the other. When I look at some photographs of myself, I think, 'Oh, I look alright.' But, in others, I scare myself; I wish I had my old skin," she added.