Amanda Byram: 'I wouldn't take risk of having cosmetic surgery'
She hosted cosmetic surgery series The Swan, but Amanda Byram has said she won't be going under the knife anytime soon.
The Dubliner (43) hosted the controversial reality series on American station Fox in 2003.
It featured female contestants undergoing extreme cosmetic surgery procedures to fix their perceived flaws and improve their self-esteem.
However, Byram reckons a lot of women who go for a nip and tuck are starting to look the same.
"In this day and age, I don't think I would risk it," she told the Herald.
"I feel like women who get surgery are all starting to look the same. It's scary to age naturally, but I think it's the only way to go."
Amanda was speaking at the annual Brown Thomas ISPCC fashion luncheon, which was also attended by Ali Hewson and former Rose of Tralee Maria Walsh.
The glamorous affair showcased some of the key trends for the upcoming season.
Stylist Celia Holman Lee, Louis Walsh, TV presenter Blathnaid Ni Chofaigh, Caroline Smurfitt and Keith Duffy's wife Lisa were also in town for the event.
Ireland's original supermodels returned to the catwalk for a charity fashion show. Marie Staunton, Sheila Eustace, Beverly Keegan and Vivienne Connolly took to the runway wearing Dolce & Gabanna.
Top models Thalia Heffernan and Yomiko Chen were part of a glamorous photo shoot on the day.