She battled breast cancer ten years ago and had to go through gruelling chemotherapy.
And Trisha Goddard, 61, told Loose Women on Friday that she had fillers after her face 'fell in' following her treatment.
In a segment on plastic surgery, she said: 'I believe in being honest. When I was going through chemotherapy and I was on air, my face literally fell in so I had fillers there.
Honest: Trisha Goddard, 61, told Loose Women on Friday she had to have fillers after her face 'fell in' as a result of chemotherapy during cancer battle 10 years ago
'I had a cranial surgeon do mine and once a year I have those lines done, and a bit of filler in my face and for the first time last year I had a tiny bit of Botox.'
'I have a real issue with my eyesight and of course Botox was initially developed for eyes so that is where I got it.'
'Don't get me started, I'll get upset because my eyes, I'm really struggling with my sight.'
She said: 'I believe in being honest. When I was going through chemotherapy and I was on air, my face literally fell in so I had fillers there'
She continued: 'I had a lumpectomy, but they moved the fat around. Thankfully at that time I had lots of it to move around so my boobs are OK.'
Trisha previously told MailOnline: 'I had some very low moments during chemotherapy. How can I describe the pain? It's similar to chronic arthritis and you feel as if you're 103 years old.
'Every connective tissue is screaming out and, one day, I could not stand up. I started panicking.
'But then I remember being told how it helps to breathe deeply and slowly through pain. I was sceptical but I did breathing exercises for about ten minutes and then, thankfully, it started to work.
Honest: Trisha also claimed she never understood 'sex' before meeting her current partner despite being married three times before
She continued: 'My physical symptoms included chronic diarrhoea and mouth and throat ulcers. My hair and eyelashes fell out and sometimes I'd be doing a piece to camera in my show and a producer would point out that my false eyelash had fallen off.
'As for food, some days I'd just eat pretzels because I was too nauseous to eat anything else. My eyes got infected and very often there'd be tears streaming down my face.'
Trisha also spoke about her current relationship while on the show - she has been dating a mystery boyfriend for around a year.
She said he nursed his dear late wife through breast cancer, so if she gets ill again, she knows he will look after her and stay with her.
Trisha said he didn't understand sex before meeting him, despite being married three times before.
She said: 'For the first time in my whole life I discovered what people meant about s-e-x. I never got it before, I never got it.
'I never went into any relationships thinking that they had a shelf life. I’ve said it before on this show… for me, one of the things about growing older is you never stop learning.'
Trisha was married to psychotherapist Peter Gianfrancesco for almost 20 years, but the couple ended their marriage last year.
Trisha had been married twice before, first to Australian politician Robert Nestdale in 1985. However she later discovered he was gay, and he later died of Aids in 1989.
She told the panel: 'For the first time in my whole life I discovered what people meant about s-e-x. I never got it before, I never got it'
All change: Trisha was married to psychotherapist Peter Gianfrancesco for almost 20 years, but the couple ended their marriage last year
She then tied the knot with TV producer Mark Grieve in 1993 and the couple share daughters Billie, 28 and Madison, 23.
Referring to Mark as 'it' she said: 'He made great babies... I have two great daughters.. the second one raised them, or the third one I can't remember, I'm joking.
'My boyfriend now is purely for me. This one’s for me, he doesn't have to raise children.
Old love: Trisha was married to psychotherapist Peter Gianfrancesco for almost 20 years, but the couple ended their marriage last year (pictured in 2002)
'He nursed his dear late wife through breast cancer, I know god forbid if I get I'll again I know he is the partner who will look after me and stay with me.'
Earlier on, Trisha put on a brave face as she returns to Dancing On Ice training after finding herself battling an accommodation nightmare.
She smiled as she was put through her paces on the ice with her trainer and appeared to be doing well.
Trisha was previously on Instagram on Monday as she explained that she had paid to rent a room for the duration of rehearsals for the ITV1 show, only to learn it was not available.
Getting on with it: Earlier, Trisha put on a brave face as she returns to Dancing On Ice training on Friday after finding herself in agony following an accommodation nightmare
Gaining balance: Trisha appeared to be coming along in leaps and bounds when it came to her training
The TV personality - who relocated from the UK to Connecticut in 2010 - said she was in agony after failing to sleep on a mattress from hell in rented accommodation.
She explained her housing situation during an appearance on Loose Women on Friday, explaining what had happened with the mix-up.
She said: 'So I’m not homeless! I was really tired. You book you’re accommodation through those websites, you pay your money, and then you find out it’s not free.
'Then you Scrabble around trying to find somewhere. That was what happened to me, I was freaking out, tired.
Oh dear: The TV personality - who relocated from the UK to Connecticut in 2010 - has said she was in agony after failing to sleep on a mattress from hell in rented accommodation
Taking it all in: Trisha appeared to be concentrating a lot as she took direction
'The bed I ended up with was like wet marshmallow. So I had no sleep and I was feeling very sorry for myself. My bed has since been sorted out.'
But there was no sign of any drama on Friday as she skated along in her bright pink gilet and black leggings.
The former chat show previously took to Instagram and wrote: 'Apologies!!! This post should be about being excited to meet my @dancingonice #iceskating pro later today, but..... Ugh! My back! Agony!
Doing her thing: But there was no sign of any drama on Friday as she skated along in