James Argent is seen for the first time since ‘surgery to remove his excess skin’
James Argent is seen for the first time since having ‘surgery to remove his excess skin’ as he steps out wearing a compression garment and in ‘agony’ – following 14st weight loss
Former TOWIE star James Argent has had ‘surgery to remove his excess skin’ following his incredible 14st weight loss.
The reality star and singer, 35, was spotted for the first time since the operation leaving a cosmetic surgery hospital in Manchester on Thursday.
James, who previously had life-saving gastric sleeve surgery and previously weighed 27.5st ‘on the brink of death,’ was seen leaving the Transform Hospital Group in a compression garment over his chest and waist.
The recovery begins: James Argent was seen for the first time on Thursday since ‘surgery to remove his excess skin’. He left a cosmetic surgery hospital in Manchester in a compression top
The Sun reports the star is in ‘agony’ after the procedure.
‘Arg has been working towards this for years,’ a source told the publication.
‘Though he is in agony after the op, it will all be worth it in the end and he can’t wait to see the results.
Poor Arg! The Sun reports the star is in ‘agony’ after the procedure
Transformation: In April 2021, the reality star got gastric sleeve surgery which helped contribute to his whopping 14 stone weight loss
‘His girlfriend was a huge motivator in his final transformation and falling in love has understandably made him want to look his best.’
James is dating Stella Turian, 18, who he met at a restaurant in Greece and reportedly wooed with with Mafia movies in his home cinema.
James left the hospital accompanied by a man believed to be his father Martin, and wearing his compression top and a tracksuit.
He also had a bandage on his wrist, believed to be from the place they put the cannula during surgery.
New flame: James is dating Stella Turian, 18, who he met at a restaurant in Greece and reportedly wooed with with Mafia movies in his home cinema
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