TV personality Kelly Osbourne – who lost six stones after having gastric sleeve surgery – was pictured walking out of a restaurant in LA
Kelly Osbourne flaunted her slim physique as she visited Catch restaurant in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
The daughter of rocker Ozzy Osbourne and TV host Sharon Osbourne cut a chic figure in black cropped pants paired with a white t-shirt and covered her shoulders with a leather jacket.
TV personality Kelly, 36, added a casual touch to the ensemble by slipping her feet into a pair of Converse sneakers and she kept her essentials close at hand in a Chanel bag.
The So Undercover actress – who recently lost six stones after having gastric sleeve surgery – grabbed attention with her lilac braids tied in bunches.
She wore a pair of thick-rimmed glasses and a black face mask covered her nose and lips.
Last year, Kelly admitted to secretly going under the knife for weight loss surgery.
Kelly has previously said that she was “proud” to have undergone the body transformation procedure, but says she now has “sagging” breasts, which she would like to have traded for happier, firmer breasts.
In a conversation with Dax Holt and Adam Glyn on their Hollywood Raw podcast, the Fashion Police star said, âMy breasts are sagging and I want to get them fixed, but I’m afraid of the operation.
“All my friends, I helped get over it. It looks so painful and they can’t move their armsâ¦ I’m like no, I’m fine.”
Elsewhere in the interview, she explained her weight loss, as she put it: “I had surgery; I don’t care what anyone has to say.
“I did. I’m proud of it. They can suck shit. I did the gastric sleeve.”
Explaining further, Kelly added, âAll it does is change the shape of your stomach. I had it almost 2 years ago.
“I’ll never lie about it. It’s the best thing I’ve ever done.”
The former reality TV star then went on to explain in detail why she chose to have the surgery.
âI want to be very clear about what kind of surgery I had: I didn’t have gastric bypass surgery.
âThe kind of surgery I had, if you don’t train and eat well, you gain weight.
“All it does is move you in the right direction.”
Kelly noted, âWhat people don’t realize is that it suppresses this hormone which, if you have addiction issues, stops your craving and keeps you from eating emotionally, which is a huge problem for me. “
It wasn’t the gastric sleeve that Kelly said made the most difference, as she says a procedure on her face had more of an effect on her appearance.
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She continued, âI had really bad TMJ (pain in the jaw joint).
âOne of the things they did to stop it was they gave me injections in my jaw.
âIt made my jawline a bit leaner. That’s when people started to notice that I had really lost weight because it changed the shape of everything.
“I found out it was called curl grease. It changed everything on my face!”
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