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By: Sasha Maddox
Created on 29th November 2009
Cindy Crawford - one of the original supermodels of the '80s - has admitted to having regular Botox injections in order to enhance her appearance.
Cindy, who is now a 43-year old mother of two, has always been help up as a icon of natural beauty - but it appears that she has been giving nature a helping hand.
Crawford has always denied having 'proper' plastic surgery but she's now admitted that she visited a London cosmetic surgeon a number of years ago for Botox.
Cindy's admissions came in an interview with former Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan. She told him: 'There's a doctor here in London who I've gone to for Botox. I did a whole skin care line with him. But I haven't done Botox for ten years. And I didn't do collagen, I don't think.'
'Because people have such expectations of what they are going to find when they see me, that brings added pressure to fight the ageing process.'
However, in the interview - which will appear in this month's GQ - she went on to say: 'I mean, don't get me wrong, I think I'm holding together pretty good.'
Few people would disagree with her. Cindy was pictured on holiday in Mexico this week in a bikini - and her famous body shows no signs of having changed since her modelling heyday. The former supermodel was with her husband - American businessman Rande Gerber - and George Clooney and his current squeeze Elisabetta Canalis.
Despite being 12 years older than Canalis, Cindy held her own in the bikini stakes, with onlookers saying that they could have been mistaken for twins.
Crawford gave up full time modelling nine years ago and now has her own range of beauty products. In the past she said that she had considered having more drastic plastic surgery but eventually decided against it as she thought it made other women look 'unreal'.