And while the blonde beauty has openly admitted to having breast augmentation surgery, a Sydney-based plastic surgery specialist has revealed his concerns after New Idea showed him before and after shots of the work Susie has had done.
“There is an unnatural, demarcated borders of the implants that you can see and identify,” Dr Laith Barnouti explains.
“The cleavage is (also) too sharp. I suspect the surgeon has placed the implants above the pectoralis muscle and while it looks fine for now, it will certainly cause her problems in the future.”
In particular, Dr Barnouti says Susie could experience a condition called ‘implants rippling’ which is not uncommon and revision surgery might be required.
“The gold standard is to place the implants under, rather than over, the muscle to provide as much soft tissue coverage and to give the patient the best possible outcome and ensure implants longevity,” Dr Barnouti continues.
“Alternatively, the patient will feel the implant border and the edges will start to ripple.”