Kate Gosselin on Her Face: I "De-Age"

Celebrity Body Oct. 15, 2012 AT 10:00PM
Kate Gosselin attends BlogHer '12 on August 3, 2012 in New York City. Kate Gosselin attends BlogHer '12 on August 3, 2012 in New York City. Credit: Laura Cavanaugh/Getty

What's the secret to Kate Gosselin's youthful appearance? It's not a much-buzzed about facelift, as the 37-year-old single mom of eight explains.

"I am probably one of the rare few who de-age," Gosselin -- who welcomed sextuplets in 2004 -- told Bravo's Andy Cohen during an appearance last week on Watch What Happens Live. Cohen wondered aloud about Gosselin's potential enhancement after he showed off a "vintage" picture of Gosselin famously taken three days after she welcomed her babies with ex-husband Jon.

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Calling the period shortly after giving birth to Aaden, Collin, Joel, Leah, Alexis and Hannah, now 8, "the roughest time ever," former TLC reality star Gosselin reasoned that after having six babies at once, "you have to get better, right? You can't get worse than that." (Her sextuplets joined twins Cara and Maddy, now 12.)

Kate Gosselin on May 14, 2004 in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Kate Gosselin on May 14, 2004 in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Credit: AP Photo/Daniel Shanken

Though she played coy on WWHL about recent cosmetic enhancements, sources tell Us Weekly Gosselin -- who got a tummy tuck in 2007 and breast implants in 2009 -- frequently enjoys tanning sessions and even gave herself a dose of Botox injections.

A busy mom tending to her kids as they return to school this fall, the Pennsylvania-based CouponCabin.com blogger admitted to Cohen that she's not in a relationship -- and definitely not dating her bodyguard. "I'm single! Still [and] always," Gosselin demurred on WWHL, laughing off that reports that she was coupled up with longtime bodyguard Steve Neild.

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"Because [in] my job as a single parent to provide for eight kids, my safety is imperative to them," Gosselin said, justifying Neild's constant presence. "I'm not going to give out [past horror] stories, but it's warranted for sure. He keeps them safe."

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