LESS than a week away from her 60th birthday, Sarah Ferguson has revealed that she has had Botox, two types of facelift and organic fillers to wind back the clock.
Many royal fans marvelled when the Duchess of York stepped out looking surprisingly youthful for her daughter Princess Eugenies high profile royal wedding last year.
Addressing rumours of cosmetic surgery, Fergie has confessed that her looks arent entirely natural and she has had professional tweaks.
Speaking to the Mail, she said: The happiness was shining out of me because my daughter was getting married. I was so glad. I love Jack. When Im passionate about anything, my eyes shine.
Above all, it was being joyful for Eugenie that made me look good. But Id had some laser treatment on my face which helped, too.
Although she previously had Botox to tackle facial lines, Sarah admitted she now prefers having laser cosmetic procedures, which are pain-free, non-invasive and take just 90 minutes.
Mum-of-two Sarah goes to Harley Streets Dr Gabriela Mercik, who is the creator of the worlds first 6-Dimension Ultimate Laser Treatment facelift, which Fergie has now tried.
Sarah first met Dr Gabriela in 1992 when the royal was visiting young cancer victims in Upper Silesia, Poland.
At the time, Dr Gabriela was a medical student helping to treat the patients, and she ended up staying in touch with loyal Sarah.
Fergie first became one of her customers after Gabriele opened her own aesthetic clinic in the UK, and the royal felt her fair skin was too exposed to sunshine as a child.
Sarah said: I live on jingly-jangly nerves. Im very focused, earnestly intense, but I live at high speed. I dont sit down for long. Im always saying to Dr Gabriela, Come on, come on! Hurry up! Im the worst patient.
She opts for the rejuvenating ultimate facelift, which can be done in a lunch hour and involves boosting the skins production of collagen.
Fergie admitted she had Botox a long time ago when alternative treatments werent on the market, but she now prefers having the facelifts.
The royal said shes not a fan of the frozen look as she is so animated, and also hates needles.
Despite her fears of the surgical tool, she opted for a mesotherapy beauty treatment at the clinic in 2013, which is when vitamins, minerals and amino acids are injected under the faces mesodermal layer to plump skin.
Now she has moved on to organic fillers, which are non-invasive injectable used to tackle lines and wrinkles.
Five years ago, Dr Gabriela suggested Sarah had a thread lift also known as a puppet lift which is when threads are inserted in to the skin to make a mesh which pulls the face upwards.
Although results last for two years, the threads dissolve over six to eight months.
Sarah said: Before I had it done I thought, Oh this is going to be painful, but it wasnt bad. My skin responded well. I think if you look at photos of me after I had it done, I look much better.
She now hopes the 3,750 6-Dimension Ultimate Laser Treatment facelift will help her look her best for her 60th birthday milestone next Tuesday.
The doctor confirmed that Sarah does pay for treatments at her discretion as the pair have become close friends.
Sarah admitted that the drive to have facial cosmetic surgery comes from skin damage that started from a young age, when her mum incorrectly thought Nivea moisturiser could be used as sunscreen.
The royal was also motivated to take care of her skin after her dad, Major Ronald Ferguson, passed away from skin cancer in 2003, and her best friend Carolyn Cotterell also died of a malignant melanoma when she was 43.
She now admits any tan she has is from a bottle and she hopes to rebuild her collagen by her birthday.
My skin responded well. I think if you look at photos of me after I had it done, I look much better.
In March she revealed she flew to the Bahamas to have a regenerative stem cell therapy on her feet, after feeling her toes were ruined by frequent horse riding when she was young.
Doctors shaved a spot near her big toe and implanted 20 million stem cells from her midriff into the cavity to make new cartilage.
Due to the surgery not yet being proven to be safe, the UK does not widely offer the treatment.
She may be turning 60, but Fergie insisted in July this year, at the launch of a British Heart Foundation campaign, that she feels sexy, sassy and super saucy.
The proud mum has recently shared how excited she is for her eldest daughter, Princess Beatrice, to get married next year.
Taking to Instagram last month, Fergie shared six photos of the 31-year-old princess with her millionaire husband-to-be Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.
She later shared a tweet, writing: "I know what a mother feels so I have tears of joy. I am so proud of this sensational news.
Andrew and I are just the luckiest people ever to have two great sons in law."
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Sarah recently confirmed that the "only place" Beatrice can get married is Britain.
Meanwhile its been claimed Beatrice is ready to start a family with multi-millionaire property tycoon Edoardo.
And Fergie recently honoured the family of a teen who died from severe allergy reaction after eating Pret a Manger sandwich.
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