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'Real Housewives' star Jacqueline Laurita got plastic surgery for free

"Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Jacqueline Laurita.

"Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Jacqueline Laurita.  (NBC/Bravo)

Being a Bravo-lebrity has its perks.

“Real Housewives of New Jersey” personality Jacqueline Laurita underwent her fourth breast augmentation in December and it didn’t cost a dime.

“Jacqueline reached out to Ideal Implant and they covered the cost of her implants and surgery,” a rep for the breast implant maker confirmed to Page Six on Tuesday.

It’s unclear how much the procedure, which took her from a D-cup to a C-cup, cost. “Every patient has different needs and every surgeon charges different fees,” the rep added.

Laurita, 46, opened up to People about her decision to remove her silicone implants three years ahead of the standard 10-year limit.

“Anytime I went to get a mammogram and I was so worried I was leaking, or the doctor would make me leak during the mammogram,” Laurita explained. “I always had that fear in my head. I was always paranoid about popping silicone whenever I put any pressure on my chest.”

The reality star, who has undergone breast surgery following the births of her three children — Ashley, 26, Christopher, 14, and Nicholas, 7 — also revealed she was unhappy with her chest size.

“I started doing my research on implants and looking for something new when I found Ideal,” she said. “They have the softness and naturalness of silicone, but don’t ripple or slosh around. You don’t have to do MRIs anymore, and if it ruptures, you know immediately because it will collapse.”

Click here for more on this story from The New York Post's Page Six.

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