Man Who Spent More Than £80k To Look Like Katie Price Says Nose May Collapse
Nathan Thursfield, the man who has now spent more than £80,000 ($100,000) on cosmetic surgery in a bid to look like his idol Katie Price, has emerged from his fourth rhinoplasty - admitting he's surprised he has 'anything left' on his nose, which could be on the brink of collapse.
Since he was a teenager, Thursfield, from Stoke-on-Trent, has spent thousands on plastic surgery so that he can channel the former glamour model's look.
However, for his fourth nose job the 25-year-old has also sought inspiration from another reality star - forking out a further £7,000 ($9,000) in the process.
Following the costly procedure, Thursfield told the Metro that there's an 80 percent chance the cartilage in his nose won't be able to last his latest surgery, and that in turn in may collapse.
He said: "I had to sign all legal documents not to pursue legal action if my nose did collapse, there is still a chance it could, these next few weeks are vital.
"It's well known I want the Katie Price look; I do love Kylie Jenner so this time I did ask my surgeon if he could get my nose more shaped to emulate hers."
Thursfield continued: "My nose keeps bleeding still which is normal but I phoned an ambulance out last night as my breathing went a little funny, but all ok.
"It's to be expected after having four nose jobs, I'm surprised I still have anything left."
Healthcare worker Nathan raises cash for his ops through TV appearances and magazine deals - he sold the pictures of his Las Vegas wedding to partner Michael Gibbons to The Sun and Channel 5.
Despite being in a fair bit of pain, Thursfield has no plans to stop with cosmetic surgery.
Having had liposuction on his back, arms and legs last year - while also getting numerous rounds of fillers, Botox, chin implants, cheek fillers and getting his lips done - just a few weeks ago he also had his teeth done in Turkey, spending £10,000 to go to the same clinic 'all the celebrities go to'.
Now he's also booked in for 'six-pack surgery' in April, and has plans for a hair transplant.
Thursfield added: "With social media now everyone's priority it's hard to keep up your appearance and it costs a fortune, but most celebs get their work done for free, I've never had freebies and never would.
"I've been offered freebies in exchange for pictures or reviews; I was offered facial reconstruction in Thailand once, didn't know whether to be grateful or take offense!"
Featured Image Credit: Nathan Thursfield