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Katie Price says the age limit for cosmetic surgery should be higher

The model also said she would like to see cameras in nursing homes and better services for people with disabilities.

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GLAMOUR MODEL KATIE Price says she believes the age limit for plastic surgery should increase from 18 to 21.

As a contributor for the The Independent’s ‘If I were Prime Minister’ series the author said cosmetic surgery carries risks that people are better equipped to understand aged 21.

She also expressed concern that many young girls are going under the knife to please other people:

That may be surprising to many people, but having undergone a few surgeries myself, it is something I passionately believe in.

“External pressure on young girls growing up today results in too many turning to surgery at a very young age. Are they having surgery to try and please themselves, or is it to try and please other people?”

The model also said she would like to see cameras in nursing homes and better services for people with disabilities on public transport and at theme parks.

She also said childcare costs were too high.

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