“It hasn’t gone wrong and it hasn’t been infected, but it’s quite a big thing to have a graft on your face.”
She continued: “It’s not too bad, all my stitches are gone, I am able to read and go running.”
Katie also said: “When lockdown first happened, I was looking for structure and routine.
“And like everybody, I sometimes felt anxious and depressed and had moments of real uncertainty.”
She added: “One of the positives of lockdown was that we had all this time on our hands. In the past I really loved running, although I wasn’t the fittest, I liked the mental health benefits.”