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Yolanda Hadid Slams Suggestion Her Model Children Have Had Cosmetic Fillers or Botox Injected

Yolanda Hadid is shutting down suggestions that any of her model children have turned to cosmetic treatments to achieve their cover-worthy looks.

Last week, the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star celebrated being 55 and returning to be plastic surgery-free in a lingerie-clas motivational post.

“❤️Fifty Five and smiling from the inside out…. Finally back to the original 1964,” she wrote alongside the sexy, pink lingerie selfie.

“Living in a body free of breast implants, fillers, botox, exstensions [sic] and all the bulls— I thought I needed in order to keep up with what society conditioned me to believe what a sexy woman should look like until the toxicity of it all almost killed me,” she wrote.

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While many applauded her honesty, one fan, in particular, questioned whether or not her daughters Gigi and Bella Hadid are following her lead.

“I agree with you but what about your daughters? Especially Bella? She is beautiful but must use fillers?! And she is in the business so how do you rationalize that?”

“None of my children have never [sic] done filler or Botox or put anything foreign in their bodies,” Yolanda replied speaking of her children, including son Anwar Hadid. “They know better after seeing what I went through.”

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This isn’t the first time a member of the Hadid family has answered to such accusations.

In May of last year, Bella, 22, opened up about plastic surgery rumors.

“People think I got all this surgery or did this or that,” Bella said during an interview with InStyle. “And you know what? We can do a scan of my face, darling. I’m scared of putting fillers into my lips. I wouldn’t want to mess up my face.”

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