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Tara Palmer-Tomkinson says no to more cosmetic surgery

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Tara Palmer-Tomkinson says no to more cosmetic surgery

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson has vowed to not have any more cosmetic surgery.

The 44-year-old socialite's hard partying in the 90s resulted in her cocaine use spiralling out of control and eventually caused her nasal septum to collapse and have to be repaired with a rhinoplasty procedure in 2006 to correct the shape.

In 2011, she had fillers injected into her nose to give it a more natural looking appearance but she says those days of relying on doctors are over now.

Speaking to Closer magazine, Tara said: "I look this way - I'm not going to go out and have surgery. I'm 44 and it definitely hits you; there is pressure to have surgery. I find it hard and I buy every anti-ageing cream there is. But I'm not going to change myself."

Tara now chooses to deal with her issues with her appearance and the ageing process from within.

She said: "I have a good psychiatrist, I read a lot of psychology and I believe that to be a kind person is so much more important."

Tara - who is Prince Charles' goddaughter - also takes a more natural approach to her appearance these days, and takes a lot of exercise to maintain her athletic figure.

She said: "I have a salsa teacher twice a week, do body control stretches, eat healthily and drink lots of water."

Tara hasn't completely said goodbye to her party girl lifestyle though, and does permit herself the odd glass of wine.

The former 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' contestant said of her vices: "I'm someone who plans not to smoke or not to drink coffee, but I'm also not going to abstain from drinking wine - I can have the odd glass."