Rebekah Vardy reveals boob job plans during I’m A Celeb

Rebekah Vardy was watched by millions of people on a nightly basis after her appearance on this year’s I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here.


Between Bushtucker Trials and scantily-clad showers, the WAG has been telling her fellow campmates how she plans to go under the knife when the show is over and done with. In particular, she’s set her sights on a second boob job. During a recent episode on ITV, Rebekah told her fellow campmates: “I am going to get them redone in January next year. Amazing.”

The public revelation shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise to those who know a bit about Rebekah. After all, the 35-year-old has previously admitted to having a breast enhancement as well as Botox. When quizzed about having cosmetic surgery during an interview with Mail Online in 2016, the footballer’s wife said: “I’ve had a boob job, too. I can’t bear it when women lie about this stuff. I go in the sun and I’ve hardly got any wrinkles. It’s not nature, it’s Botox.”

Rebekah won’t be the first person to have cosmetic surgery after leaving the Jungle. Last year’s winner Scarlett Moffatt has previously had lip fillers and Botox. Scarlett has also refused to rule out a breast reduction should she decide one is necessary in the future. Earlier this year, she told Heat magazine: “They’re a G-cup now, and I’d love them to be a D-cup. I definitely think I’ll do it in the next couple of years, but I would like to try to lose a bit of weight first, to see if they go down naturally.”

Meanwhile, 2015’s victor Vicky Pattison also had a boob job just like Rebekah. Speaking about the decision before joining the show, Geordie Shore star Vicky told Now! magazine: “I thought about the boobs for 10 months.” She added: “It was the only option for me to be body confident, and I’m pleased I did it.”

Are you inspired?

Although Rebekah won’t be this year’s Queen of the Jungle after her elimination from the show, it seems a foregone conclusion that she’ll be treating herself to a boob job. If you’re inspired to follow in her footsteps – or if you fancy any other procedure – get in touch with the Belvedere Clinic for information.



Strictly sensation Anton Du Beke ‘feels 25 again’ after hair transplant

Strictly Come Dancing routinely pulls in more than 10million viewers an episode on BBC One – and many of those people who tune in do so to watch Anton Du Beke.

The professional dancer has been a staple of the show since it began in 2014 and over the years he’s been teamed with the likes of Nancy Dell’Olio, Patsy Palmer and most recently Ruth Langsford. Now a household name in his own right, the 51-year-old has turned to cosmetic surgery to ensure that he’s got a faultless appearance when on television.

anton-hair-before-and-afterIn a recent interview with the Mirror, Anton confessed that he’s just spent £10,000 on a hair transplant. This procedure, he’s happy to tell the world, has made him feel like a man half his age. He told the paper: “I think the one big thing for men is their hair. Women have all their things… But men have hair. I was looking at photos and images of myself on television and saw it was going a bit thin at the front. I’d cover it with make-up and make sure I didn’t stand under certain lights. Basically, I didn’t like it very much.” He added: “I feel 25 again. It’s given me so much more confidence when appearing on television or having my picture taken.”

Anton isn’t the only famous face to overhaul their appearance since the beginning of Strictly Come Dancing. Instead, it seems almost everyone – from judges and presenters to contestants and professionals – have previously gone under the knife or have said that they are considering it. For instance, long time judge Craig Revel Horwood has been very open about having previously had a nose job, while Bruno Tonioli has said he would have plastic surgery if the circumstances were right. In 2015, he told Mail Online: “I probably would, if and when the time comes.”

Cosmetic surgery is for everyone

You don’t need to have millions of viewers hanging on your every dance move to undergo plastic surgery. In fact, you don’t even need to be on television! Cosmetic surgery is for everyone and you can start your journey to perfection by getting in touch with Belvedere.

The belvedere clinic Currently have a brand new procedure Kerastem Advanced Hair Restoration using Stem Cells

1.       Single 90 minute treatment.  No drugs, no creams and no sign that you have had anything done to your hair. 

2.       Because it is a stem cell treatment it is suitable for both men and women who are losing their hair.

3.       The procedure is the latest and most advanced treatment in the world today for early stage hair loss and uses the patient’s own fat from stem cells.

4.       The results are clinically proven.


Stem Cell Hair Restoration

Kerastem Advanced Hair Therapy using Stem Cells.

The procedure is the latest and most advanced treatment in the world today for early stage hair loss and uses the patient’s own fat from stem cells.

Hair restoration treatment for men and women

That moment when you first realise that your hair is slowly but surely falling out is a difficult one to deal with. TV, magazines and newspapers are full of shampoo adverts that glorify good hair to such an extent that baldness might seem like a curse. Of course, this is far from true and many hairless people are perfectly happy with their lot.

However, if you are in the early stages of hair loss and you’d like turn back time, you can take comfort from the fact that help is at hand. We can’t quite build a time machine for you, but we can reverse the early stages of hair loss.

At Belvedere Clinic, we are now performing a groundbreaking treatment for early stage hair loss. This is a brand new procedure that delivers clinically proven results, time after time.

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About Stem Cell Hair Restoration Procedure

Suitable for men and women, and it’s non-invasive

One thing that people always ask us about is how invasive the treatment is. Well, that’s just it – it’s not invasive at all. Unlike treatments of the past, which offered minimal results and no shortage of pain, this delivers the opposite to that on both counts. There are no drugs involved, no creams and, crucially, no evidence that you had anything done to your hair in the first place.


The study and expertise that has gone into the creation of our hair restoration treatment has been a number of years in the making. It is a brand new procedure and we are one of the first clinics to offer it in the UK.

Our treatment is based on stem cells, which are extracted from the patient’s own fat. For the fast and utterly effective nature of the procedure, it truly is a groundbreaking development. The treatment only takes 90 minutes and it’s suitable for men and women who are losing their hair and wish to take action.


We are a private hospital and the amazing people who carry out the treatment are GMC registered surgeons.

From the consultation phase, through coming in and having the treatment carried out, to the after care, every aspect of your hair restoration journey will be of the highest quality.

Our hair restoration treatment is changing people’s outlook on life

Patients who come back into us for a visit a few months after the treatment are a joy to meet. The look of happiness and new-found confidence they exude after halting the hair-loss process is infectious.

Hair loss affects men and women in different ways, but the most important thing that you should realise is that there is a solution. There is a pathway towards regaining your hair, as well as your confidence.

This is the latest and most advanced hair restoration treatment in the world today for early stage hair loss. You owe it to yourself to get in contact with us today and arrange to come into us for a consultation.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON Kerastem Advanced Hair Therapy

What Are Stem Cells?

Stem cells are unspecialised cells that maintain and repair tissues. Stem cells are unique in that they have the potential to develop into many different types of cells. In tissue and hair regeneration, stem cells induce changes, behavior, or differentiation of adjacent cells by Paracrine signaling. Stem are injected into the scalp and are believed to exert a paracrine effect by inducing hair cells to become more active.

What is Stem Cell Therapy?

Stem cell therapy is the process of isolating adult stem cells from abdominal fat and reintroducing them into the body where they can do the most good. The process begins with extracting a few ounces of fat from the patient in a “mini” liposuction procedure. Once the fat is removed, the stem cells are isolated utilizing the state-of-the-art Centrifuge.

Once isolated, the stem cells are then re-introduced to the body for more localized treatments. The treatment is an outpatient procedure conducted in a sterile environment at the Belvedere Clinic utilizing state-of-the-art equipment.

How Long Does The Liposuction Take?

The “mini” liposuction only takes about 20 minutes. Once the fat has been extracted, the patient can relax or sleep while the stem cells are isolated.

What Happens After The Stem Cell Isolating?

Once your stem cells have been isolated, our Surgeon will reintroduce them into your scalp with an intravenous mix of saline and stem cells.

How Long Does The Procedure Take?

Most patient procedures will be complete within 90 minutes.

Can I Go Home Afterwards?

Stem cell therapy is an outpatient procedure. Patients will be able to go home immediately following completion of the procedure.

Can I Drive Home Afterwards?

No, most patients will need someone to drive you home because in office sedation that is given  allows you to relax while the procedure is performed.  You are not allowed to drive while using medications that cause sedation.

When Can I Go Back To Work?

Many patients are able to go back to work on the following day. However, you may be sore for about a week following the procedure. We ask you to refrain from excessive exercise for at least a week.

How Long Does It Take To See Results?

Individual ailments vary and the outcome of stem cell therapy depends on your body’s unique healing process. For hair restoration patient, it may take several months to see any results.

How Long Will It Last?

Results will vary from patient to patient depending on the degree of hair loss and the natural variation in isolated cells.

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Why do people get plastic surgery? The answer has been revealed

Plastic surgery appeals to different people for a whole variety of reasons.


This can be anything – from wanting to improve their career prospects to simply wanting to try something new. However, a new survey has pinpointed the main reason why patients decide to undergo a cosmetic procedure.

The answer? One word: confidence. According to research carried out by the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery – who offer everything from liposuction to hair transplants – patients are most interested in boosting their self-esteem when they go under the knife.

While the majority of those quizzed revealed that they first considered a form of cosmetic treatment to ‘feel more confident’, others also confessed that they were urged to improve their appearance to ‘feel more attractive’ and to ‘look as young as I feel or better for my age’. Mirroring similar surveys carried out around the globe, the research also confirmed that more people than ever before are open to the idea of cosmetic surgery in 2017. In fact, seven out of 10 people are now interested in a procedure – twice as many as in 2013.

The results, while eye-opening, might not come as that much of a surprise to those people who closely follow pop culture. After all, numerous celebrities have previously admitted to going under the knife with the intention of experiencing a new level of confidence. Just take Kaley Cuoco as an example. The Big Bang Theory star has gone under the knife on multiple occasions – having had everything from a boob job to lines removed from her neck.

Just last year the actress stood up for herself and declared the work had done wonders for her self-esteem. In a candid interview, she proudly told Women’s Health: “I don’t think you should do it for a man or anyone else, but if it makes you feel confident, that’s amazing.”

It’s time to boost your confidence!

You can expect to feel much better about yourself after undergoing plastic surgery. This newfound confidence will hopefully improve both your personal and professional life. For more information on a procedure that will boost your self-esteem, get in touch with the Belvedere and explore your options.


Botox fan Elaine Paige won’t rule out more cosmetic surgery

There aren’t many people as revered in their industry as Elaine Paige.

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The singer has seemingly done it all in her career – from topping the charts to performing on Broadway and the West End. While Elaine’s voice is music to people’s ears, it must be said that her face is still rather easy on people’s eyes, even at the age of 68. This, she will proudly admit, is partly due to the results of Botox.

Elaine has said she relies on the wrinkle-removing procedure in the past, and she has recently confirmed once again that it’s been the solution to eliminating the lines around her eyes and has shaved the years off her appearance. In a new interview with the Daily Post, she said: “Have I had any work done? Well, that’s a very personal question! But, no, I get a few lines around my eyes so the closest thing to work I get is Botox once in a while.”

While Elaine’s not previously gone under the knife, she certainly won’t rule out the possibility. In fact, she’s explained that she can foresee a time when plastic surgery will be the solution to maintaining her youth. She added: “There will come a time when I’ll notice enough to decide whether I’m going to need to get something more drastic done. But I’ll cross that bridge when I come to it.”

The West End star has previously made similar comments, even going so far as to pinpoint a necklift as a procedure that she’s been eyeing up. Earlier this year, she told the Mirror: “I’m tempted as it’s all falling down. I’m a bit of a scaredy-cat, so I’m not sure if I’ll go through with it, but if I suddenly look 10 years younger, you’ll know I have.”

You have options, too

It would seem that Elaine is moving closer and closer to undergoing a cosmetic procedure. Meanwhile, there’s no need to put off your choice of procedure if you’ve already made up your mind about which one is for you. For more information about cosmetic surgery, get in touch with the Belvedere today.


It’s a fact – plastic surgeons undergo cosmetic work too!

It would seem that nobody can accuse plastic surgeons of not practising what they preach.

It's a fact - plastic surgeons undergo cosmetic work too!

After all, the medical professionals – many of whom advise on and conduct hundreds of cosmetic procedures throughout the year – are no strangers to going under the knife themselves.

In fact, a rather large percentage of surgeons have enhanced their own appearance as well as that of their many patients. This is great news for those people who are considering cosmetic work but are worried that they won’t be in safe hands, because, as it turns out, their surgeon has probably been in their very shoes!

The American College of Healthcare Executives has carried out a rather interesting piece of research into plastic surgeons. It found that out of the 276 plastic surgeons involved in the survey, one-third of them had previously enjoyed at least one type of cosmetic procedure during their career. Much like many of their patients, they have been particularly interested in cutting down on extra weight. As a result, liposuction is the most common operation they’ve opted for with 18.6% trying it at some point. This will no doubt come as a relief to patients who are looking at having a similar operation to achieve their dream body.

Meanwhile, a higher percentage of surgeons have undergone less invasive procedures to improve their appearance. The research concluded that a hefty 62% have been the recipient of ‘minimally invasive work’. The most common was Botox, in an effort to shave a few years off their face to remain looking youthful.

There’s a growing trend where more and more men are deciding to improve their appearance with cosmetic procedures. This research also found that male surgeons are a firm part of this movement because 57% have enjoyed the benefits of minimally invasive surgery. This includes work such as lip fillers and hyperhidrosis.

You’re in safe hands!

You can rest assured that plastic surgeons don’t just conduct cosmetic procedures – they count on them too! Therefore, you’re clearly in safe hands when it comes to going under the knife. For more information on finding the right procedure for you, get in touch with us at the Belvedere.


Can cosmetic surgery improve your job prospects? Brits think so!

There are many amazing benefits linked to undergoing plastic surgery.

For instance, there’s the likelihood that a procedure – such as liposuction or a nose job – can boost a person’s self-esteem and help them achieve new levels of confidence. However, it would seem that a lot of people now believe that the advantages stretch much further than someone’s personal life.

Can cosmetic surgery improve your job prospects? Brits think so!

Beauty bias in the workplace

According to a survey conducted by the Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors, 20% of people who consider going under the knife believe that it will improve their job prospects. The research found that a massive 72% think that there is ‘beauty bias’ in the workplace, while 28% of those surveyed feel that their good looks play a factor in them being treated more positively at work.

The 2017 report echoes similar findings from the past decade. In 2011 – just a few short years after the global financial crisis – Sky television aired a show called My Face My Body. This broadcast determined that 57% of men had begun to turn to procedures such as lip fillers and Botox in order to gain an advantage over others in the job market. At the time, presenter Stephen Handisides interviewed Dr Bob Khanna, who said: “Men are even happy talking about it. In this difficult economic climate people will look to get that extra edge on colleagues and a cosmetic treatment can give you that.”

Cosmetic surgery is becoming more widely accepted

This trend towards people desiring to look young and beautiful for work isn’t actually anything new. While it’s clearly becoming more widely accepted in the general public, actors and actresses have actually been having work done for years in order to gain roles and maintain their standing in Hollywood. In fact, in 2015, soap star Claire King admitted that she had a facelift to stay in favour with casting directors. After the operation, she told Closer magazine: “I’ve been working pretty much non-stop ever since.”

Will cosmetic surgery help you?

People undergo cosmetic work for numerous reasons – and you don’t need to explain your reasons to anyone else should you not want to. Once you’ve got an idea of what procedure you want, you can get all the information you need by getting in touch with the Belvedere Clinic.


‘Menjections’ How lip plumping for men is on the rise

It appears that it may not be just women looking for a fuller pout, as cosmetic surgeons reveal that more and more men are opting for lip filler procedures. And the trend is increasing.

'Menjections' How lip plumping surgery for men is on the rise

While lip injections are no doubt predominantly requested by women, a huge rise has been noticed in the number of men choosing restoration surgery in order to appear more like their favourite celebrities, such as Harry Styles, Channing Tatum and Brad Pitt.

You only have to look as far as the numbers. During 2016, men who had requested cosmetic surgery had risen by three per cent compared to the previous year. Since 2005 there has been a staggering rise of 28 per cent.

That’s not including minimally-invasive procedures such as lip ‘menjections’ – this has shot up 74 per cent from 2015 to 2016. But what could be the reason behind these unprecedented rises?

A natural smirk

In a Daily Mail report, Miami plastic surgeon Dr Rian Maercks offered his two cents on these surprising statistics, going on to state that men may be flocking to get this type of surgery in order to get a natural smirk and a ‘proud’ lower lip.

A selfie culture

According to Dr Maercks, a narcissistic selfie culture may also be to blame for this dramatic rise: “Social media, dating apps, selfie culture… that culture has a big part of it. Even our politicians embody and celebrate narcissism – we have never been more encouraged to analyse our facial features.”

Within just a few months, ‘menjections’ became one of the most sought-after procedures in his clinic, going from just a handful of men a week to approximately five per day.

The procedure typically involves a plumping of the lower lip and a tweak of the base of a man’s nose, utilising fillers such as collagen or Juvederm, and requiring around four shots per customer.

In the age of social media and the selfie, it’s easy to see why more and more men are opting for the surgery. Time will tell whether it will become a common trend or a passing fad.

If you’re interested in learning more about lip augmentation, contact us at Belvedere today.


Sharon Osbourne’s attitude towards cosmetic surgery is infectious

Sharon Osbourne's attitude towards cosmetic surgery is infectiousSharon Osbourne has never been one to keep hush when it comes to her history of plastic surgery.

Now, the X Factor judge – who’s undergone numerous cosmetic procedures during her career – has insisted that every one of the operations was done to benefit herself and herself only. When quizzed about whether she was urged to alter her appearance to attract male attention, she told Event magazine: “I do this for myself. I spent years looking like an Oompa Loompa. I am not doing it to get a man.”

In the past, Sharon has confessed to undergoing a facelift, a breast reduction and a tummy tuck – amongst many other procedures. In fact, she once jokingly told The Sun: “There’s not much I haven’t had tweaked, stretched, peeled, lasered, veneered, enhanced or removed altogether.”

It would seem that Sharon’s attitude towards cosmetic surgery is infectious. After all, husband Ozzy Osbourne has also been under the knife because he was unhappy with his face. In 2005, he told Reveal: “It boosted my confidence no end. I’ve had a face job and a new nose.”

The rocker later promoted cosmetic surgery during an interview with Glamour magazine. He explained: “My philosophy is that if, when you look in the mirror, all you can see is the double chin or the big nose, and it makes your life easier to have them cut off, do it.”

Now, Grace Davies – one of Sharon’s acts on X Factor – looks to have taken inspiration from her mentor. Nearing closer and closer to a record deal, the talent show star is already weighing up the positives of pumping up her pout and mending some damage caused by anaemia. Last month, Grace told OK! magazine:“I would get lip fillers and I would definitely get a hair transplant. I had anemia and was really stressed at college and lost my eyebrows, eyelashes and some of my hair, which hasn’t grown back in places.”

Have Sharon’s words hit home?

If like Sharon you’re ready to make a change, then there’s no better person to do it for than yourself. For information on finding a procedure that’s perfect for you, get in touch with Belvedere Clinic .

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Kim Kardashian’s cosmetic surgeries

Kim Kardashian's cosmetic surgeriesKnown as one of the world’s most beautiful women and a hugely successful business woman – Kim Kardashian

has been open throughout her career in the spotlight about her plastic surgeries and the cosmetic procedures she’s undergone to enhance her look. With a life lived constantly in the spotlight, it’s no surprise she’s spent so much time and money investing in her physical appearance, with stunning results.

Below we’ve looked at her cosmetic surgeries from the last decade.

That bum

Kim Kardashian’s bum is the stuff of legend, inspiring people the world over to take to the gym, squatting huge weights, or opting for cosmetic procedures to achieve an incredible curve to their buttocks. In Keeping up with the Kardashians, Kim went as far as having an x ray to prove she’d never had a butt implants, but with other cosmetic procedures, including fat transfer deposits or just a simple thigh and buttock lift, available, the chances are she enhanced her natural figure using other cosmetic enhancements. The shape and size of her buttocks have grown considerably throughout her career and been a constant source of fascination from the media, suggesting it’s been well worth her investment.


Whilst Kim puts her new nose shape down to expert contouring, it’s hughly likely she’s undergone a rhinoplasty. Looking at it with an expert opinion, it appears she’s had the bridge of her nose straightened out and slimmed down – a procedure known as a septo rhinoplasty. She’s also had an alar base reduction, which defines the tip of her nose. Whilst she works with some of the best make up artists in the world, the overall structure appears to have changed more dramatically than anything that could be achieved from make up, giving Kim a more symmetrical appearance to her face.


Kim’s dramatic weight gain and then loss with daughter North suggests she’s undergone liposuction to slim down and increase the tiny appearance of her waist. Usually, patients spend up to six weeks after the procedure avoiding physical exertion and wearing a compression garment, which would’ve been perfect timing for Kim whilst resting post birth.

If you’re interested in any of the cosmetic procedures mentioned above, contact Belvedere Clinic today.

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