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Kaitlyn Bristowe says women on ‘The Bachelor’ face pressure to maintain their appearance

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Kaitlyn Bristowe handles the pressure of maintaining a youthful appearance as a public figure. (Photo: Getty Images)

Kaitlyn Bristow talks about facing a lot of pressure to maintain a certain look after being in the public eye for the first time as a contestant. Bachelor’s degree 2015.

“There’s this ridiculous standard that women look the same as they did when they first appeared on the show. So people come to know that I’m Kaitlyn, 29, and I want them to stay young and innocent and tiny.” A naive girl,” Bristowe, now 37, said on the TV show. not skinny but not true Podcast, “And Everyone Changes in Seven Years.”

Bristowe in press as The Bachelorette in 2015.  (Photo: Getty Images)

Press as Bristowe bachelorette (Photo: Getty Images)

Bristowe first appeared on television screens in 2015 when he competed on the season of Chris Soules. Bachelor’s degree and became bacheloretteShe later started a podcast, dance with the stars She took home a mirror ball trophy. She’s been repeating her relationship with the Bachelor franchise, but she most recently returned to co-host seasons 17 and 18. bachelorette Alongside Tayshia Adams — Bristowe acknowledged the expectation that she’ll continue to look her most youthful, and spoke to the podcast host about what she does to maintain that look.

“Yes, I got Botox, yes I got fillers. I’ve never gone under the knife, but people seem to think I do. But, I love Botox and fillers.It makes me rest.Like refreshed,” explained Bristow. “I love it and I also know it’s disturbing. Sometimes I have to ask myself why I’m doing it.”

While facing Bristow, and handle — public scrutiny over the evolution of her looks, including those who say she’s overdoing it.

“I always thought looks were the most important thing. I was in a dance studio comparing my body to other girls. I know it’s a problem for me. Why?” “I don’t want my niece to turn 22 and I have to.” I don’t think there is.”

Bristow has admitted that her reactions to what people on the internet say about her appearance have been mixed.

“You’re just trying to hurt my feelings, and sometimes it does and sometimes it doesn’t,” she said. There is also.”

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