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TINA Malone headed to Liverpool Lipo clinic after losing 12.5 stone in six years.

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The actress shocked everyone when she unveiled her dramatic weightloss, reaching a size eight.

However, she was left with a large amount of excess skin, so decided to have a makeover to improve her appearance.

She even documented the process on TLC, where she had a facelift, eye-lift and excess skin removed.

So it could be assumed that the 53 year old is planning to undergo some more surgery, after she was seen discussing procedures with a surgeon at the clinic.

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We have contacted Tina’s representatives for a comment.

The mum of one kept her figure wrapped up in an oversized scarf, which she teamed with leggings and a matching hat.

She kept warm in a thick striped jumper dress and wore patterned socks with her chunky brown boots.

She slung a large brown handbag over her shoulder and accessorised with a chunky belt underneath her thick scarf.

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Tina appeared to be in deep conversation with the surgeon, taking an interest as they discussed treatments available.

The former Celebrity Big Brother star has continued to wow fans with her new appearance and took the chance to flaunt her figure on holiday last week.

She was spotted spending quality time with her little one, on a trip to a fun fair as they mother-daughter duo shopped and played together.

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Despite being very open about her body transformation, the Shameless star was recently faced with criticism from haters who mocked her appearance.

Speaking to Closer, Tina said: “My answer would be that jealousy is a terrible thing.

"I'd say to all the trolls, 'Send me a picture of you and let's see what you look like'."

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Comments made about the actress included: "You have more wrinkles than a bulldog."

Others remarked that she looked “scary” following her extreme weight loss.

So the TV star was quick to shut down criticism and defend her changed appearance.

Visit www.liverpoollipo.co.uk for more information or call the clinic on 0151 306 0616.