Kate Gosselin Looks Younger Now Than 10 Years Ago, But Denies Plastic Surgery Rumors

Kate Gosselin has been able to pull off an amazing feat, managing to look even younger than she did 10 years ago and doing it all without plastic surgery — if you believe her claims, that is.

Kate Gosselin has been on television for 10 years now, starting with her 2005 appearance on the Discovery Health special Surviving Sextuplets and Twins and moving on to a series of reality television shows. But somehow, the 39-year-old Gosselin has managed to look younger than her 29-year-old self, as the Huffington Post illustrated in a series of side-by-side pictures.

Kate Gosselin 10 Years Later

The Kate Plus Eight star showed up for a stint on Celebrity Apprentice with an entirely new, almost unrecognizable look. Kate has an explanation for her 10-year transformation.

“I think when the world met me I was three days post having sextuplets, so the only place you can get from that point is younger,” she told E! News at the Celebrity Apprentice finale red carpet on Monday night.

“So It was really just eye-trickery, I think,” she said. “You guys saw me at my worst first, and then I just kind of reversed in front of your eyes. It was nothing amazing, it was just, when you met me, who was that person?”

Experts think it’s more than just that. Back in 2013, Hollywood Life talked to a number of plastic surgery surgeons, all of whom shared the same opinion — that Kate’s most likely had work done.

“Definitely a facelift — which includes her neck,” said Dr. Steven Fallek, a New York-based plastic surgeon.

Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Renato Calabria thinks that Kate Gosselin took an even more drastic approach to looking young by grafting fat or stem cells to her face.

“This procedure is done by harvesting the fat in other part of the body and in case of fat grafting injecting it back to the face trough tiny incisions,” Dr. Calabria says.

Kate Gosselin strongly denies the plastic surgery rumors, telling Watch What Happens Live in 2012 that she’s “probably one of the rare few who de-age.”