Stephanie Rice reveals nose job secret: ‘I’m so glad I did it!’
Olympic swimmer Stephanie Rice has opened up about her two rhinoplasties, revealing how the decision has helped her to overcome persistent medical issues and a damaged self-esteem.
In an exclusive interview featured in this week’s Who magazine, Rice reveals how a broken nose caused by an accident in the pool when she was a teenager set off ongoing sinusitis and diminished her confidence.
“My family and friends would say it was fine, but random people would comment,” says Rice, 25.
Following two surgeries, one in Brisbane in 2012 and another in Sydney in January this year, Rice is thrilled with the results and unveils her new look on the cover of this week’s issue of Who, below.
“Seeing the better version of my nose made me realise how much it had been affecting me,” says the three-time Olympic gold medallist, who reveals she would be open to more cosmetic procedures in the future.
“Everyone will have an opinion, and what I’ve learnt over the years is that you can’t do things to please people. I love the result.”