Stephanie Pratt plastic surgery – Hills star before and after her transformation

Stephanie Pratt first came to fame as the younger sister of The Hills' resident villain Spencer Pratt.

She started out as the shy and retiring baby sibling, but quickly grabbed her own fair share of the headlines in a string of controversial moves – including getting arrested for drink-driving.

More than 10 years later, and Steph has built herself a cross-Atlantic reality TV career by landing plum roles in Made In Chelsea and Celebrity Big Brother .

But as her star has climbed, her face has changed dramatically over the years, and she now looks completely different to when she started out.

A spokesperson for MYA Cosmetic Surgery explains:

"I believe it is possible that Stephanie has undergone the non-surgical treatment of fillers to her lips as she appears to have fuller lips compared to previous images – especially when her mouth is relaxed. The provider has ensured her lips still appear natural and in proportion to the patient’s facial features. They can ensure this by building the filler over multiple treatments rather than overfilling the lips in one treatment. The average cost of lip fillers in the UK can range depending on the provider and the amount of filler used, however, you can expect to pay anything from £200 – £1,000 per treatment.

"I would also suggest that she may have undergone a rhinoplasty (the surgical name for nose reshaping surgery) procedure – the bridge of her nose appears thinner, and the tip and nostrils appear to be smaller and slightly lifted compared to previous images. The surgical procedure of reducing the size of the nostrils is called an alar base reduction. A nose changing shape in such a way could only be achieved through surgery rather than contouring. The cost of a rhinoplasty procedure depends on many different physiological factors – the techniques used and the surgeon – but typically range from £6,000 to £10,000.

"I would also suggest Stephanie has had the non-surgical treatment of dermal fillers to her cheeks. Fillers give volume to the cheek area and this is achieved by injecting dermal fillers along the contour of the cheekbone to create more definition. This treatment can typically cost in the region of £200 to £500 per session depending on the amount of product used.

"Stephanie may have also had jawline and chin contouring with non-surgical dermal fillers. This treatment creates a more defined and slimming look to the chin and jawline and can cost around £150 to £300 per session, depending on the amount of product used.

"Stephanie does look great but it is important to keep the balance of non-surgical treatments – you can retain your youth but not overfill with products."

Mirror Online has contacted Stephanie's rep for comment.

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