Tennis: Judy Murray gives Andy coronavirus recovery update
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Tennis coach Judy Murray, 61, has shown off the results of her non-surgical facelift. The procedure, which has made the former Strictly Come Dancing star look “10 years younger”, cost her £4,500.
Judy admitted she decided to take action to improve her skin after her famous sons Andy Murray, 33, and Jamie Murray, 35, cheekily nicknamed her “turkey neck”.
The star explained she wanted to reverse the damage that had been inflicted on her skin after years of playing sport outside and watching her children compete at summer tournaments.
She also wanted to look good while appearing at events and giving speeches.
Judy has been attending appointments at Dr Todd’s Synergy Clinic to undergo the latest micro-needling and radio frequency treatment called Morpheous8, costing £1,500 per session.
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She had three appointments with Dr Judy Todd, one of the UK’s top aesthetic clinicians, over the past year.
Opening up about her treatment, Judy said: “My kids, Jamie and Andy, started to call me turkey neck a few years ago in a loving and jokey way, and that may have had something to do with me thinking I really should do something about this if I can.
“I didn’t tell them anything about the treatments I was having, but they noticed the difference and recently they said, ‘Mum, what have you being doing to your face?’
“I said, ‘what do you mean?’ To which they replied: ‘It looks much smoother’.
“That was absolute gold dust! I mean if they’ve noticed and mentioned it, then it clearly has made a huge difference, and that made me very happy.”
Judy went on to explain the procedure to her son, and Jamie’s wife Alejandra revealed she’d also had micro-needling treatment, but Judy’s looked far more advanced.
“I’d say it’s taken at least 10 years off my appearance, as you can see for yourself.
“I am absolutely thrilled to bits with the result, my skin is fresher, clearer, and I feel much better about myself,” Judy admitted.
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She added: “The lines on my face have softened significantly and what I love about it most is how many people are noticing and are saying, ‘What have you done to your skin?’ and then I tell them that it’s a natural treatment.
“I’ll definitely do it again, it has really helped me, and I would recommend it to anybody.”
The tennis expert continued: “I spent most of my life working outside and a significant number of years following my kids on the tennis circuit and sitting in the sun scowling with the pressure of watching them perform, and so I’ve got lovely scowl lines and I’ve got a lot of laughter lines too.
“I’ve had a lot of sun damage and I was aware, probably over the last year or two, that I’d really like to explore something that would help me to have a fresher, clearer skin.”
During treatment, micro-needles inject radiofrequency energy into the skin using a series of tiny needles.
The needles and the radiofrequency energy then stimulates collagen.
The needles quickly penetrate the skin and withdraw immediately which creates a micro-trauma in the skin, starting the healing response, while radiofrequency uses heat to shrink wrap and tighten the skin. It can be used on the face, neck and body for skin tightening and contouring.
The treatment was perfect for Judy, as she was worried about having an invasive procedure.
She divulged: “I’d come back from the Australian Open, where I’d been out in the most extreme sun. You can see from the ‘before’ photos that I had a considerable amount of sun damage which had prematurely aged my skin.
“I told Dr Judy that wasn’t interested in anything extreme or invasive and would never consider any kind of cosmetic surgery like a face-lift.”
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