The Real Housewives of Orange County’s newest cast member, Emily Simpson, isn’t so real after all! In fact, the 53-year-old — who revealed she is comfortable with her body after being ridiculed on Twitter — has gone under the knife several times since joining the show, and RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned all the details from her plastic surgeon. Click through seven photos of the voluptuous brunette beauty to find out what she’s done to fit in with her new plastic pals!
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SoCal’s go-to plastic surgeon, Dr. Tim Sayed, told Radar that he started working on Simpson this year — after she joined RHOC's Season 13 cast. “Because of her busy social calendar, taping schedule, and her own career as an attorney, she was looking for subtle enhancement,” Dr. Sayed said.
“Emily is most interested in results such as small corrections to soften wrinkles around the eyes and forehead, brightening the appearance of the eyes, and treatments with an overall anti-aging effect,” Dr. Sayed said.
As Radar reported, Simpson clapped back at fans recently when she was asked if her lips were real, insisting that she’s had nothing done to her pout! So, was she lying?
According to Dr. Sayed, “Emily is a celebrity in her own right with her own individual look and personality, so I'm not expecting that she would come in asking us to give her lips like Angelina Jolie, as she already has fuller lips naturally and has not had any type of filler added to them. She’s quite proud of that.” So what has she had done?
“Botox and fillers have been the focus of our treatment currently. Additional services we are exploring for her include laser resurfacing to further enhance her already good complexion,” Dr. Sayed told Radar, adding, “We plan to propose some judicious placement of longer acting fillers for natural enhancement in the mid face in future treatments.”
Recently, Simpson blasted fans online who criticized her body, claiming that she was proud of her fuller figure. However, Dr. Sayed told Radar that she isn’t exactly as comfortable with her curves as she lets on. “We have definitely discussed both minimally invasive body contouring technologies like cool sculpting and other radio frequency devices as well as pointing out the pros and cons of these devices when compared to traditional liposuction surgery,” the expert said.
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