British reality star Charlotte Crosby's changing face has sparked concern from her fans who fear she's had too much surgery.

The reality star and her boyfriend Joshua Ritchie touched down in Brazil yesterday and were instantly overwhelmed by enthusiastic fans, The Sun reports.

 Charlotte Letitia Crosby of British reality show, 'Geordie Shore' is seen at the Hilton Hotel on July 13, 2011 in Sydney, Australia. Photo / Getty
Charlotte Letitia Crosby of British reality show, 'Geordie Shore' is seen at the Hilton Hotel on July 13, 2011 in Sydney, Australia. Photo / Getty

Charlotte, 28, who first found fame on MTV's Geordie Shore, has never been shy about how much surgery she's had in the past.

Back in 2011 when the series started, the reality star was fresh faced and filler free but it wasn't long however before fans began to notice her lips were bigger than before.

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After admitting to lip fillers she also came clean about her love of Botox, too, which stops the skin forming lines and wrinkles.

Charlotte (L) is 2012, and then again in 2019. Photos / Getty and Instagram
Charlotte (L) is 2012, and then again in 2019. Photos / Getty and Instagram

Speaking in an interview she said she wouldn't rule out in the future having "a boob job, more Botox [and] and more lip fillers".

In true celeb style, Charlotte was papped on a beach in June 2014 and just a few months later had lost two and a half stone and was releasing a fitness DVD.

After getting the killer bod, Charlotte set about changing the rest of her appearance.

In 2016 she first went under the knife to have a bump taken out of her nose and told Heat magazine that it was scrutiny from being on Geordie Shore that drove her to have the surgery.

She said: "It's not like I can hide it. If I'd not been on TV, I'd never have got it done.

"I do think [my nose] caused a lack of confidence, and you always compare yourself to other people who are on TV as well."

She went on to say: "My old nose was awful, it was so bad.
"When I watched myself before and I turned to the side I felt sick because my nose looked so awful.

"No-one ever noticed my nose, I never got one comment in my whole entire life saying you've got a bad nose. But I wasn't happy with it, I got it done for me."

However, the attraction to 'improving' her looks didn't stop there.
"I do know what people mean about surgery being a slippery slope," she once said, acknowledging that it can become addictive.

In 2017 Charlotte revealed she'd undergone surgery to correct her 'uniboob' after being bodyshamed by vicious trolls online.

The 28-year-old suffers from a rare medical condition called congenital symmastia, which can present itself either as an empty web of skin between your breasts, a fold of fat or as an abnormal arrangement of breast tissue.

Charlotte referred to her symmastia as her "uniboob", revealing her former boyfriend Stephen Bear named it "Sebastian".

Speaking to OK!, the reality-TV star said: "There is something that I feel under-confident about.

"It's known as the 'uniboob', but the actual term is symmastia."It's normally what happens when a boob job goes wrong.

"The breast tissue expands from the boob job, and makes you not have the gap in your cleavage.

"But I haven't had a boob job β€” I was one of the few unlucky people born with it."

She revealed she received nasty comments from trolls over her look, prompting her to go under the knife.