Chloe Madeley explains why she had surgery to get her nose 'fixed'

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Chloe Madeley has revealed that she recently underwent surgery to get her nosed "fixed" after having broken it twice. The 28-year-old took to Instagram to share the news with her fans, explaining that she wanted to set the record straight and address speculation as to why she opted for the procedure.

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Chloe Madeley revealed she had her nose "fixed" after breaking it twice

"So when I was a teenager I broke my nose," she wrote in the caption accompanying a selfie of herself in the gym. "A couple of years ago I broke it again haha… trials and tribulations of being an overactive tomboy you see. A few months ago I FINALLY got it fixed."

The daughter of Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan explained that she initially chose not to tell people about the procedure because "it's not a very big deal", but when she began receiving phone calls, she decided to put rumours to rest once and for all.

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Chloe often gives her Instagram followers a sneak peek at her workouts

"I didn't say anything because it's still healing and to me it's not a very big deal," she admitted. "But I've had a couple calls about it today so thought I'd put it out there first. So yea, that's about it."

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The fitness guru has previously spoken about the scrutiny she faces from fans and the media regarding her body, particularly on social media where she regularly posts snaps of her impressive diet and fitness regime.

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Chloe with her parents Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan

"If you go on social media and put yourself out there you have to be open to it, and that I completely understand, it does make sense," she admitted during an appearance on Good Morning Britain. However, Chloe revealed she can be left feeling "very angry" at some of the comments regarding her physique.

"It doesn't make me feel insecure about how I look," she explained. "What it does make me feel is very, very angry that there are people out there, masses of people who think their opinion of how a woman should look is the right opinion."

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