Chloe Sims has insisted her face has never gone under the knife and ‘gets upset’ when people accuse her of having surgery.
The TOWIE star, 40, who claimed to have dissolved all her dermal filler last year, admitted she “gets upset” when people accuse her of having facial surgery.
Speaking exclusively to MailOnline at Nella Rose’s Pretty Little Thing launch party at the Nest Rooftop Bar in London, she swore: ‘I’ve been blessed with these looks.’
‘I was blessed with those looks!’ TOWIE’s Chloe Sims, 40, has insisted her face has NEVER gone under the knife and ‘gets upset’ when people accuse her of having surgery
When asked if she had any plans for cosmetic procedures, she replied, “No. Obviously [being on a TV show] we are offered all kinds of things all the time, and I think we have to take it with a grain of salt.
“I feel like I’ve been blessed with these looks and I know people like to assume it comes down to surgery, but I haven’t changed my face in a meaningful way.
“If it makes people feel better about believing that, then that’s fine. I used to get upset about that.
‘I will not expose what I do [to my face] because I think it’s a really taboo subject, and I’ve been very open in the past about my surgery.
Natural beauty: She said: ‘I know people like to assume it comes down to surgery, but I haven’t constructively changed my face’ (pictured with daughter Madison in 2005)
Her previous cosmetic admissions include Botox lip fillers, two breast jobs, a Brazilian double butt lift, and veneers.
Chloe also revealed she was dating a mystery man who ‘isn’t in the public eye’ as she opened up about being ‘ok’ if she has no more children.
The influencer added that her daughter Madison – who just turned 17 – “loves being alone” as the “baby” of the family.
She said her mentality was now “very different” from a decade ago and she “didn’t care about age anymore”.
Busty: Her previous cosmetic admissions include Botox lip fillers, two boob jobs, a Brazilian double butt lift and veneers (pictured in March 2022, right, and June 2011, left)
The longtime TOWIE alum said: “I was really stuck on things to do at a certain age, but I think in the times we live in we don’t need to be settled , and I do think you can’t have it all.
“I have amazing family and friends so I have a lot of love in my life.
“Yes, I would love to get married and find my soul mate, but if that doesn’t happen, that’s okay.”
Chloe also said that because she had “literally just turned 23” when Maddy was born, the past star always “assumed she would meet someone, get married, and have more kids.”
Surprise: Chloe also revealed she was dating a mystery man who ‘isn’t in the public eye’ as she opened up about being ‘ok’ if she had no more children.
“But it didn’t happen that way,” she added. “And to be honest with you, if I don’t have any more kids, that’s okay.”
Madison – often referred to as Maddie – is Chloe’s only child with her ex Matthew, whom she dated for seven years.
The TV personality continued, “I don’t see babies and I’m brooding on them. I love babies don’t get me wrong but I don’t want to have kids but if I was with the right person and they didn’t have kids I would consider it certainly if I could. I’m 40 now, so I don’t know how it would be.
However, the glamorous influencer added that she didn’t feel pressured to give Maddy a sibling as her daughter was ‘used to being the only child’.
Family: The reality TV star also revealed that her daughter Madison – who just turned 17 – ‘loves being alone’ as the family ‘baby’ (pictured in December)
“When I joke with her and say I’m having another baby, she’s got the bump. She doesn’t like that thought,’ the star revealed. “She’s used to being the only child, and she’s the only baby on both sides of the family, other than Demi.” Demi thinks she’s the baby too.
Chloe also opened up about seeing someone, but “decided to keep it off camera.”
She also explained the difficulties that come with dating in the public eye and the feeling that sometimes people find her “disappointing”.
She said: ‘It’s tricky because when you meet people they don’t sign up for what comes with me and I lead a really normal life.
“I know I’m on a TV show, but day to day I live a very simple life and I think the guys I meet, they expect me to act like a TV star. , I guess, and I don’t.
“And sometimes I think they find that disappointing, because I’m really normal.
“I like to be at home and wear my pajamas, I relax and I don’t wear makeup every day. And sometimes I think privacy is also an issue.
Mature: Speaking to MailOnline, she said her mentality is now ‘very different’ to ten years ago and she ‘no longer cares about age’ (pictured in June)
The star also claimed that she had ‘never been on a dating app’ and that she ‘liked meeting people organically’.
“I’m quite an outgoing person, so I don’t know if it’s intimidating, but I meet people when I go out,” she began. “To be honest with you, I don’t go out much in Essex – I tend to go out in London and meet them in bars and restaurants.”
Chloe’s last known relationship was with Pete Wicks, who previously confirmed he had a secret sexual relationship with Chloe for two years.
They sparked new dating rumors late last year after appearing together on the red carpet following a public fallout.
However, around the same time, Pete was linked to Celebs Go Dating’s Jessika Power, who later said she would like to join TOWIE.
In March, things seemed to have turned sour between Chloe and Pete, because despite the fact that she had sworn to remain friends, she unfollowed him on Instagram following a reported off-camera fall.
Chloe – whose sisters Demi and Frankie have also appeared on TOWIE – is also cousins with Joey Essex.
Speaking to MailOnline, she spoke about the importance of loved ones and said she would “definitely” like to have a reality show with her family.
Trouble in heaven: Chloe’s last known relationship was with Pete Wicks, who previously confirmed he had a secret sex relationship with Chloe for two years
She added: We are a very close family and life away from the show, we socialize together, we are still together and we were out last night.
“I feel better when I’m with my family, and working in this industry makes you appreciate your family even more because you make friends with people and they’re not your friends, they’re fake friends.”
The star continued: “Don’t get me wrong, I have beautiful friends, but I think the pandemic has been a game changer.
“It seems weird, being away from people – I like being with my family more now. It’s all about trust and you know 100% that they have your back in any situation and that’s true love.
Close: Chloe – whose sisters Demi (right) and Frankie (left) also appeared on TOWIE – is also cousins with Joey Essex. Photographed in January