Danniella Westbrook showed off the results of her latest nose job as she walked the red carpet for a star-studded night out.
The former EastEnders star, 48, recently underwent surgery after years of drug abuse changed her face.
Daniellea previously revealed she would be getting facial reconstructive surgery on the NHS and showcased her new nose as she was snapped at the Celeb MMA party in London.
The actress has enjoyed a number of treatments over the past year, including Botox, fillers and reconstruction work on her nose.
As she took to the red carpet for the party, Danniella donned a lovely summery playsuit and chunky wedges, which she paired with an eye-catching blue and pink printed blazer.
In March, Danniella revealed she was going to have part of one of her ribs inserted into her face as part of an ambitious cosmetic procedure to salvage her “collapsing” face.
The former EastEnders actress has been open about her cocaine abuse in her earlier years, which made her nose completely fall off over the years as she struggled with addiction.
The actress previously said that she “hates” the way she looks and that she “pretends she’s fine”.
Danniella has been booked in for five cosmetic surgeries to alter her appearance.
She insists that she needs the surgery to “survive” and that it isn’t for “vanity’ but purely for health reasons after her septum had collapsed.
Back in March, the actress was very open about other reasons when it comes to why she is having multiple surgeries to change the way she looks.
She told The Sun : “People message me, saying, “you’re so ugly, you’re a junkie, you should just go and kill yourself”. I’ve also had messages saying they are glad I’m not coming back to EastEnders because no one wants me scaring their kids on the telly.
“Sometimes I wake up and think “I don’t want to die today but I don’t want to face the world either”.
Danniella first appeared in EastEnders in 1990 at the age of 16 and acted on the soap as Sam Mitchell for three years.
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