The 54-year-old fashionista has spoken openly in the past about getting Botox – and faced backlash for doing so.
After she made an appearance on This Morning last year, viewers were confused as to why someone who admits to getting Botox was promoting skin care products.
But following her latest appearance on the morning talk show, it got people wondering if the beauty guru has had more work done.
A spokesperson for MYA Cosmetic Surgery told Daily Star Online that it is “possible” that Trinny has had the non-surgical treatment of dermal fillers to her cheeks.
“Filler plumps up skin sections, as plumpness can be lost with the natural ageing process that both men and women go through,” said the spokesperson.
They continued: “The procedure replaces soft tissue while filling in wrinkles/skin folds.
“It’s possible that Trinny may have had more than the recommended amount of filler in her cheeks because she has what is called the ‘puffy look,’ normally caused by extreme plumpness.”
“Trinny has undergone the non-surgical treatment of fillers to her lips”
MYA Cosmetic Surgery spokesperson
The expert also suggested that Trinny has had anti-wrinkle injections, often referred to as Botox, to her forehead.
They said: “This non-surgical treatment will create a smooth forehead and limit any frown/expression lines.
“I would also suggest Trinny has undergone the non-surgical treatment of fillers to her lips as she appears to have fuller lips compared to previous images – especially when smiling.
“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 – £1000 per treatment.”
Trinny has openly admitted to using Botox since she was 37, saying: “Why the f*** not? I probably have it done twice a year. If you do it too often the muscles get used to it.
“I did it mainly because when I started going on television… and you saw my forehead move more than my lips moved.”
She has also said that she has used Vampire facelifts, where your blood is injected back into your face, and hormone supplements.