Cole doesn't rule out Botox

The 26-year-old beauty Cheryl Cole – who was just 18 when she first joined pop band Girls Aloud – says she wouldn’t consider having wrinkle-smoothing Botox injections at the moment but might splash out when she’s older.

She said: “I think plastic surgery is very personal to each individual. It’s not something I’m interested in or thinking of doing. I haven’t had surgery anywhere on my body. You can have a look if you like! I certainly haven’t had Botox, but who knows in the future?”

The British stunner says it is important for her to look after her body now she is getting older.

She explained to Britain's More magazine: “I don’t get that much sleep really, I don’t ever get the opportunity to! I think it’s important, but it’s not always that easy. I also try and drink a lot of water but I’m not that great at it.

"Things are becoming a little more important now that I’m over 25 though. I think as a woman, it’s important to make yourself feel good, to take care of yourself.”

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