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“New Nose, New Me,” Gypsy Rose Blanchard Shares First Photos Post-Surgery

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Gypsy Rose Blanchard is back in the spotlight with a new look and a new nose. She just made her first public appearance since her plastic surgery on April 5, 2024. Rose Blanchard was spotted at a Dollar General store in Cut Off, Louisiana, shopping with her stepmother. 

She kept it casual, wearing gym shorts and a zip-up hoodie, with her hair tied back in a ponytail. Here’s all we know about her new nose.

Gypsy Rose Blanchard’s Surgery Reportedly Cost $5,000

32-year-old Gypsy Rose Blanchard shared a photo where she had bandages covering most of her face after her plastic surgery. However, in this new shot, she’s wearing a single bandage over the strip of her nose, which looks noticeably smaller.

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According to sources, the surgery cost her around $5,000, which is about average, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Sources close to Rose Blanchard said she had a combination of rhinoplasty and septoplasty. Dr. Jeffrey J. Joseph, a well-regarded surgeon in Louisiana, reportedly performed the surgery.

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Rose Blanchard Spoke About Recovery

She told PEOPLE that the surgery went “great.” She also mentioned that she’s been in and out of sleep during her recovery. She noted that, at first, she was in pain. However, she said that she was taking pain medicine to help with that.

Rose Blanchard also mentioned that she can’t breathe through her nose because of the packing. “I come in and out of sleep. I was in pain at first, but I am on pain medicine,” she said. “I can’t breathe through my nose because of the packing, but that comes off on the 10th.” Gypsy added, “I want to see it so bad!”

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Her Surgery Would Be Documented in a New Lifetime Docuseries

Rose Blanchard revealed earlier that she was planning to have the surgery. While speaking to PEOPLE, she said it’s part of her personal transformation journey, both physically and emotionally. 

The whole process will be documented in a new Lifetime docuseries, “Gypsy Rose: Life After Lock Up,” which will be released this summer. “I’m currently going through a personal transformation journey, and that includes a physical one, too,” Gypsy told PEOPLE in a statement published on April 4.

“Wish me luck with my surgery, and watch the whole thing this summer on ‘Gypsy Rose: Life After Lock Up.'” Blanchard’s physical transformation started about a month after she got out of prison. Notably, she served seven years for her involvement in her mom’s murder. In late January 2024, she showed off a new, shorter hairstyle.

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“It’s never too late to start reinventing yourself, even if it is something subtle like a new hairstyle,” Gypsy wrote on Instagram at the time. “To All the girls, boys, and nonbinary…Enjoy life, express yourself in whatever creative ways that may make you happy.”

Gypsy Rose Blanchard Is Currently Going Through Break Up From Husband

Rose Blanchard is experiencing a breakup with her husband, Ryan Anderson. She announced their separation in March 2024. It’s a tough time for her, but lately, she’s been spending time with her ex-fiancé Ken Urker.

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Ken Urker shared in a TikTok Live that he and Rose Blanchard haven’t had any intimacy. He made it clear that they were just hanging out as friends. “We have not had any intimacy,” Ken said. “We’re just hanging out as friends. That’s all it is.”

Ryan Anderson also told the Daily Mail that he hasn’t spoken to Rose Blanchard and feels lost. “I haven’t spoken to her, so I just don’t know what’s going on,” Anderson said. “I’m at a loss. I’m not doing well at all.”

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