Squeamish fans fear for World Cup legend's daughter as she shares gruesome video of latest plastic surgery | The Sun

SQUEAMISH fans are fearing for Claudio Caniggia's daughter after she shared a gruesome video of her latest piece of plastic surgery.

Argentine model and actress Charlotte Caniggia uploaded a clip to Instagram after going under the knife.

Charlotte is the daughter of ex-Rangers forward Caniggia and his ex-wife Mariana Nannis.

She shared the footage of her surgery with her 1.5 million followers.

In the clip, a surgeon can be seen brushing the skin below Charlotte's chin with a metallic instrument.

According to local media, she has had liposuction to ensure that she will never develop a double chin.


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The 30-year-old has gone under knife multiple times since having her first nose job at the age of 19.

Her fans were concerned by the post, though, which Charlotte captioned: "Aesthetic retouching."

One commented: "Is there a need to show these things when someone and many others are fighting for their lives after surgery?"

Another follower wrote: "She’s so beautiful but ruins her life with these surgeries."

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Charlotte Caniggia is the daughter of Rangers legend Claudio CaniggiaCredit: @chcaniggia_n/CEN
Charlotte Caniggia has previously defended her surgeriesCredit: @chcaniggia_n/CEN

Meanwhile, a third added: "Stop it! I’ll keep my caramel cookie face, it doesn’t bother me."

Charlotte previously defended her surgeries whilst speaking about her breast enlargement in 2016, explaining: "I got them because as a girl I didn't have much."

Her father Caniggia won 46 caps for Argentina during his playing career.

The forward became a cult hero during two years at Rangers between 2001 and 2003.

During his time at Ibrox, he scored 16 goals in 62 appearances and won four trophies, including a league title.

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