She may be the first Central European woman to appear on the cover of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, but she’s not immune to criticism about her looks. After a plastic surgeon pointed out everything “wrong” with Paulina Porizkova’s face in a now-deleted Instagram post, the 57-year-old supermodel is clapping back.

Sharing a close-up photo of herself, Porizkova wrote that she discovered the same snap had been reposted by the doc, who went on to “[discuss] in detail what [she] needed done.”

“Those pesky hollows under my cheeks could be gotten rid of with fillers, Botox for my forehead, those wrinkles on the side of my mouth, and the chords in my neck, and a whole bunch of lasers to tighten and smooth and tighten everything,” she recalled the post pointing out.

“This is what an older woman in the public eye gets to deal with. I’m told my face needs ‘fixing.’ It has somehow gone ‘wrong’ by aging,” the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit beauty continued. “Is it any wonder that most of us who have the means will resort to some forms of fixing what we’re told is broken?”

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