She has been the subject of the TV presenter’s latest column, titled ‘Katie Doesn’t Want Fame… She’s Starving’, in which Ulrika says she’s terrified because Five-year-old mother’s latest surgical procedure.
However, the 43-year-old was not too moved by the comments and took to Instagram to speak.
Sharing a now-deleted photo of Ulrika on her story, she wrote: ‘@ulrikajonssonofficial before rating and petting me, take a look at yourself and your career, maybe you need to type drop my book as you look haggard my darling. ‘
The post is no longer visible on her page, and the 53-year-old has not publicly responded.
Katie’s words come after the Gladiators host shared her thoughts on her plastic surgery.
The Big Brother star has never been shy about going under the knife, and flew to Turkey last year, where she had a full body liposuction, cup lift and ‘eyelid’ lift.
Talking about her history of activities, Ulrika writes in Sun: ‘She’s now, once again, publicly displaying and parading her latest plastic surgery, and I can’t deny that I’m pretty horrified by these images. As a mother, I also wonder how my children must feel.
‘Outwardly and openly, she prides herself on her happiness, flaunting it for the world to see at every opportunity.
‘But her constant transformation doesn’t seem to bring her much happiness as it has been a constant cycle since 1998 when she began this journey of aesthetic transformation.
‘I sincerely hope she can find true happiness inside and learn to truly love herself instead of constantly believing that inner peace and contentment exists under the surgeon’s knife. ‘
Katie has always been vocal about going under the knife, and has given fans a front row seat during the check-in – sharing footage on her Instagram and YouTube pages.
She also revealed about the surgery during a recent appearance on Good Morning Britain, swears she’s not ‘addicted’ to change her appearance.
“If you have a scratch on your car, you fix it,” she insisted. ‘I’m not trying to look younger, and I certainly don’t want to look like an alien. I can go above and beyond, but I don’t want to look like a freak.
‘I’m not addicted, but it’s out there and if I feel the need to refresh it, I do.
‘If people want to say I have a body disorder, just say it – even my mother said it, “You need to see someone! Your head isn’t normal, is it?”‘
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