E!'s Rich Kids of Beverly Hills followed the oh so glamorous and luxurious lives of…well…rich kids. And while plenty of people have wondered how these 20-somethings got to be so wealthy, many are also curious to know if they've gone under the knife.
Dorothy Wang, the daughter of Roger Wang — who is credited as one of the most successful businessmen in the world — is reported to be worth $10 million thanks to her family's money and her line of jewelry. But more than her net worth, fans of the cancelled series are dying for the deets about whether or not Dorothy has gotten plastic surgery since she first became a reality star in 2014.
The 29-year-old, who is anything but shy when it comes to sharing details about her personal life, has remained mostly mum over any and all cosmetic procedures. However, she has admitted on Instagram to getting a "Beverly Hills Cocktail."
"My face as [Dr. Kassabian] lists all the vitamins in his Beverly Hills cocktail IV," she wrote on social media, although Dorothy has confirmed to Life & Style that she has not seen this doctor for any other procedures. "I've been feeling (and looking) sooo tired and drained due to my schedule and all the trips/flying this past month so I popped in for a quick IV."
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Lol my face as @drkassabian lists all the vitamins in his Beverly Hills cocktail IV 💊💊💊 I've been feeling (and looking) sooo tired and drained due to my schedule and all the trips/flying this past month so I popped in for a quick IV @liftmd… Maybe it's in my head, but I swear I'm already feeling re-energized and almost back to my perky self ! Yayyyy 💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻
Aside from receiving a cocktail full of fluids and vitamins, Dorothy also copped to occasional Botox during a game of "Never Have I Ever" with her co-stars.
"A little Botox here and there!" Dorothy said as she took a sip of wine.
Other than that, the self-proclaimed princess has clapped back at haters on Twitter whenever plastic surgery accusations come up. Back in 2014, she cited her makeup skills as the reason behind her changing face.
I love how every time I have good makeup, people accuse me of plastic surgery #itscalledCONTOUR
— dorothy wang (@dorothywang) July 20, 2014
"It's called contour," she tweeted.