Carol McGiffin spoke out on her facelift in July this year on Loose Women.
The presenter, who is 58-years-old, admitted she had a facelift only three weeks before appearing on the ITV panel programme.
She said: “If you’re looking at me thinking I look a bit strange, or a bit younger than I did last week, I probably do.”
Speaking out about why she decided to have the cosmetic surgery, Carol revealed it was partially down to have treatment for cancer.
She told her fellow panellists: “It’s all part of feeling normal I suppose. And not feeling normal, after you’ve had all that, you don’t know what normal is anymore.
“The more things you can do to make yourself feel normal, I did something to my face and I’m pleased and I’m happy, it was to make myself feel better about myself looking in the mirror and everything.”
Carol, originally from Maidstone in Kent, was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2014.
However, she has been the all clear by doctors now.
The presenter was once married to fellow TV personality Chris Evans, tying in the knot in 1991.
However, they separated two years later and divorced in 1997.
The image on the left shows Carol McGiffin at an after party following the Gala Night performance of ‘Jersey Boys’ at MASH London on March 27, 2014 in London, England, and was taken by David M. Benett/Getty Images.
The image on the right shows Carol McGiffin on Loose Women in London o 5 July 2018 and is credited to S Meddle/ITV/REX/Shutterstock.
Now, Carol is married to Mark Cassidy, 35.
Carol has been a panellist on Loose Women since 2003. She began her career in 1984 on a cable channel and became co-host to Chris Evans on GLR.
She moved on to found Talk Radio UK and later joined LBC.
In her TV career she has also appeared on Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, 8 Out of 10 Cats and The Wright Stuff.
Carol is not the old TV star who has had cosmetic procedures done.
Scarlett Moffatt had lip fillers and veneers.
The 28-year-old old Now magazine: “I’ve had lip fillers about three times now – it’s addictive!
“That’s another self-conscious thing, too, but I won’t go mental with it.”
Anne Robinson had a facelift, she opened up about having the surgery in an interview with The Mirror in 2009.
She said: “I had a facelift originally five years ago because I didn’t want to look like my mother. I did look like her.”