Love Island’s Lillie Haynes puts on a leggy display in sparkly cream blazer dress as she steps out before undergoing plastic surgery
Lillie Haynes dressed to the nines as she stepped out in Manchester on Tuesday, just hours before her plastic surgery operation.
The former Love Island star, 23, looked flawless in a sparkly cream blazer dress that put her lithe legs on full display as she dined out at local hotspot Menagerie.
She added a pop of colour to her monotone outfit with a fluorescent orange bag slung across her chest and matching strappy heels.
Stunning: Lillie Haynes dressed to the nines as she stepped out in Manchester on Tuesday to go to the Menagerie, the day before her plastic surgery operation
Her blonde tresses were styled in neat waves and cascaded down her shoulders, while she completed her look with a slick of lipgloss.
The outing comes as Lillie revealed she has travelled to Manchester in order to undergo rhinoplasty – a cosmetic procedure that involves reshaping the nose – on Wednesday.
Taking to her Instagram Stories, she shared a photo of the sky, and explained to her followers: ‘Heading to MCR ready for my surgery tomorrow with @pallmallcosmetics’.
Looking good: The former Love Island star, 23, looked nothing short of flawless as she dazzled in a sparkly cream blazer dress that glittered under the camera flashes and put her lithe legs on full display
She then went into depth about why she was having the surgery, explaining: ‘This is hands down my biggest insecurity and has been for so LONG.
‘When I had my first phone call with my mam after Love Island one of my first questions was ‘what’s the comments on my nose’…
‘Living like this isn’t healthy for me and although it doesn’t fully stop me going out and living life, I do think once I’m happy with myself on the outer shell the real true happy lillie can finally live freely.’
Big plans: Her outing comes as Lillie revealed she has come to Manchester in order to undergo plastic surgery on her nose
Lillie revealed she would getting an open rhinoplasty and added: ‘It’s been a personal insecurity of mine for a long time and I found myself sort of trying to enhance other areas of my face to try and deflect from the “problem” but I’ve finally plucked up the courage to go ahead with the surgery.’
She went on: ‘I think I’m a really confident person but because I’m just not 100% happy with my outer shell, I kind of suppress my confidence.
‘So hopefully, after my surgery I can just be me and be happy and free.’
Explanation: She then went into depth about why she was having the surgery, explaining: ‘This is hands down my biggest insecurity and has been for so LONG’