Kimberly Wyatt first burst into the spotlight as part of the Pussycat Dolls, a terrifying dance group who gyrated across our screens like it was going out of fashion,

Since then, the 37-year-old dancer, singer and reality star hasn't been out of the headlines, thanks to her busy schedule of juggling family life with her various personal appearances.

Kimberly married model Max Rogers in 2013 after a two-year romance and gave birth to their first daughter Willow in December 2014, followed by Maple in August 2017 and Senna in October 2019.



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She's previously spoken out about how her time in Pussycat Dolls forced her to confront her body issues, as she claims the girl group were made to look like "anorexic aliens".

"I was so conscious of my weight while in Pussycat Dolls," she told MirrorOnline in 2017.

"Record producers constantly watched us to make sure we weren't putting on weight, and we were made to be like anorexic aliens."


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She admitted that same year she hadn't quite made up her mind about plastic surgery, telling the Express: "I do everything I can to age as naturally as possible. But I can't say I'd never do it because I don't know."

However, it seems Kimberly might have had a change of heart since then.

A surgeon from MYA Cosmetic Surgery tells Mirror Online: "I believe it is possible that Kimberly has had a subtle amount of non-surgical lip fillers – her upper lip looks fuller and has a more defined shape.


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"It appears that the provider has given Kimberly a natural result and in proportion to her facial features. The average cost of lip fillers can range depending on the provider and how much filler is used, but you can expect to pay between £200 and £1,000 per treatment.

"I would suggest Kimberly has undergone the non-surgical treatment of anti-wrinkle injections (often referred to as Botox) to her forehead to help create an arch to her brows, as opposed to minimising the appearance of fine lines – which Botox is typically used for.


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"However, this will still create the look of a very smooth forehead and will limit expression lines. This treatment typically costs around £150 to £350 per session with the effects usually lasting between three and nine months."

Mirror Online has contacted Kimberly's rep for comment.

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