Danniella Westbrook 'reveals' what her new face will look like after series of painful cosmetic surgeries | The Sun

DANNIELLA Westbrook showed fans what she will look like once she has completed her face reconstruction surgery.

The former EastEnders star, 49,  has been left with crumbling bones and a collapsed jaw and cheekbone due to years of cocaine addiction.

Danniella was famously left with a disfigured nose after her abuse caused her septum — which separates the nostrils — to rot and eventually collapse.

But the star previously revealed to The Sun that she is going to extensive lengths to try and fix her face – and is having numerous surgeries.

Sharing a glam picture last night, Danniella – who has now moved abroad – said: “Nothing like a bloody amazing make up artist and some heavy contouring.

“Makes me excited for how I’m gonna look by the end of Feb. It’s been a long time coming but I’m on my way back.”

Earlier this month she told us: "I go away next week to Turkey to have another face operation and then another one after Christmas."

Before this she already underwent two of FIVE reconstructive operations at Liverpool’s Aintree Hospital.

One of the demanding procedures saw part her ribs inserted into her cheek. She also underwent a similar operation in 2018.

Speaking about getting the work done, Danniella explained: : "I've spent the last seven years trying to get somebody to do it, but they said no in case it failed and they got struck off.

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"Plastic surgeons wanted £500,000 to change my face, so I thought I was never going to get it done. It was only because I went into intensive care before Christmas last year.

"I couldn't breathe because I had a cold. There was a build up of fluid and after I fell asleep I couldn't wake up properly and ended up in ICU.

"I was sent over to Aintree Hospital in Liverpool and it's only because I was put in front of the right doctors, or else I'd still be waiting now to find someone.

"That's why I'm doing this. I need this surgery to survive. It's not for vanity, this is about my health. It hampers my lifestyle on a day to day basis."

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