Controversial socialite Khanyi Mbau has denied rumours that her known love for body-altering procedures is getting out of hand.
It's no secret that Khanyi is fixated on her appearance, and it's not difficult to notice differences in her face over the years, but insiders apparently fear she might eventually go too far.
According to Heat magazine, a source said: "She's obsessed, not as much as some Hollywood stars, but it's true that she lives by the principle that a little Botox and filler will never hurt... and given her boob jobs, it should go without saying that if she thinks it sags, she will lift it."
Khanyi a few years back openly admitted that she had undergone two breast augmentations, had her teeth filed, gaps closed, her gums pushed back, and also had non-surgical rhinoplasty.
The socialite is, however, adamant that none of these "procedures", as she prefers to call them, constitute actual 'plastic surgery'.
The magazine approached Khanyi about claims over her alleged obsession with plastic surgery, and she responded: "People always think I've had plastic surgery. I just want to say I've never had plastic surgery. I only had a few procedures done."
Conveniently omitting the above-mentioned work on her nose and mouth, she explained: "The only procedures that I've had are laser lypolysis [liposuction] on my thighs. I've had two breast augmentations, and I've only had fillers under my eyes so that I don't have bags.
"And that's the only thing I've had done.
"And I've had a chemical peel."
Despite this insistence that she's not had plastic surgery per se, Khanyi added that she is still undoubtedly for it, even though there's currently nothing about her appearance she wants to change.
"At the moment, I don't see myself having to do anything. I'm quite happy with what I have and what the doctors have given me. Especially the laser lipolysis and my facial peel."
And suddenly referring to her "procedures" as "surgeries", she added: "I'm happy with my skin and I'm happy with the way I look. The surgeries have given me confidence and I'm comfortable in my own skin.
"But, you know, the older you get, the more your body changes. And in time, when I feel like I have anything that I have to enhance, I will. I am for surgery. But currently I don't have anything."