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Duchess Sarah Ferguson opens up about getting Botox, facelifts

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LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 01: Sarah Ferguson attends the BFI Luminous Fundraising Gala at The Roundhouse on October 01, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by Dave J Hogan/Getty Images)

Sarah Ferguson, popularly known as Fergie, revealed that she underwent a plastic surgery treatment, including Botox and two facials. Prince Andrew's ex-wife will turn 60 on October 15, but her youthful appearance defies her years. Now she has revealed the cosmetic "tweaks" she has had to maintain her appearance. Asked about the glowing skin at Princess Eugenie's wedding last fall, the Duchess said, "Most of all, I was being happy about Eugenie who made me look good." But I had a laser treatment on my face that also helped. "Sarah Ferguson, pictured at a fundraiser earlier this month, opened up about having Botox. Despite experiencing Botox in the past, she admits she is no longer a fan. "I had Botox a long time ago when there was nothing else available " Ferguson told the Daily Mail in an interview. “I really don't like the frozen look. I'm very excited and I like to be myself. I don't like the thought of needles and I'm very happy if I look good and happy.” The interview, which also featured Fergie's beautician, Dr. Gabriela Mercik details the two types of facelifts that Ferguson has undergone: non-invasive laser facelift and a minimally invasive “wire lift.” “It's like doing garden trellis for peas. and they support it all, "Ferguson said of her hair lifting treatment at Mercik's suggestion in 2014.Ferguson pictured in 2014, a year before undergoing a face lift. Actress Eugenie, who plays Princess Eugenie during A ski holiday in 1992, she is the only high-level figure to speak openly about the use of cosmetic treatments. telling the British newspaper Times Supermodel Cindy Crawford also said she is a fan of the procedure. "I won't lie to myself, after a certain age, the creams work with the texture of your skin, but to restore elasticity all I can really count on is vitamin, botox and collagen injections." Crawford told InStyleRead more from Yahoo Lifestyle: Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest for uninterrupted inspiration delivered fresh to your everyday feed.

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