Grande’s Brother Frankie Shares Post-Surgery Photo

Grande’s Brother Frankie Shares Post-Surgery Photo

Ariana Grande is one supportive sister.

After Frankie Grande posted a selfie of himself bandaged up with a bruised face post-nose job, the 31-year-old chimed in beneath the Instagram shot.

Ariana wrote, ‘Perfect in all ways, always !!!!’ alongside a teddy bear, bubbles, and a seedling emoji. 

‘New nose. Who dis?,’ Frankie captioned the picture that showed both his eyelids covered in a dark purple hue from bruising.

Frankie wore a cast that covered the bridge of his nose and was stuffed with gauze beneath his nostrils. A white strap with padding was wrapped around his head as well. 

Ariana Grande commented 'perfect in all ways, always !!!!' beneath a photo of her brother Frankie Grande post-nose job

Ariana Grande commented ‘perfect in all ways, always !!!!’ beneath a photo of her brother Frankie Grande post-nose job

Back in 2018, the Spree star credited the Grammy winner for helping him get sober: 'Thank u my incredible sister. ur strength is what gave me the courage to ask u for help'

Back in 2018, the Spree star credited the Grammy winner for helping him get sober: ‘Thank u my incredible sister. ur strength is what gave me the courage to ask u for help’

A few days later, the 41-year-old – still recovering from the rhinoplasty – shared a slew of photos while out in The Big Apple. 

In one image, Frankie threw up the peace sign while sitting on a train with a nude bandage on his nose. 

The actor posed in the subway station in another snap and smiled in front of a poster of Deborah Cox in The Wiz in a third.

The carousel also included sweet pictures of Frankie with his mom, Joan Grande, Deborah, and friends backstage at the Broadway show. 

The Big Brother alum wrote: ‘Took my new nose out to see New York. She loved The Wiz.’

Deborah took to the comments section, writing, ‘I love you soooooo much!! so great seeing you all!!! Muah!!!’

However, days later, Frankie had a minor setback during his recovery after doctors removed his cast. 

‘It just blew up like a balloon, which apparently is supposed to happen, but I’m freaking out a teeny bit, but still very excited,’ the Broadway star shared on his Instagram Stories Monday. 

Frankie explained to viewers that he now has to ‘restart the whole un-swelling process all over again,’ but regardless, he still ‘cannot wait.’

'New nose. Who dis?,' the 41-year-old captioned his post-surgery selfie on Instagram

‘New nose. Who dis?,’ the 41-year-old captioned his post-surgery selfie on Instagram

Days later, the actor headed to The Big Apple to see Deborah Cox in The Wiz on Broadway

Days later, the actor headed to The Big Apple to see Deborah Cox in The Wiz on Broadway

The Instagram carousel also included a sweet pictures of the singer holding a playbill while posing with his mom, Joan Grande

 The Instagram carousel also included a sweet pictures of the singer holding a playbill while posing with his mom, Joan Grande

The Big Brother alum wrote: 'Took my new nose out to see New York. She loved The Wiz'

The Big Brother alum wrote: ‘Took my new nose out to see New York. She loved The Wiz’

The singer added he is ‘so excited for the big reveal.’ 

Meanwhile, Frankie’s surgery comes a month after he gave Ariana a sweet birthday shoutout on June 26.

‘Haaaaaaaaaapppy BIRTHDAY to the most beautiful, amazing, talented, and most importantly, KIND sister in the entire universe,’ he gushed. ‘From the moment you came into my life, you’ve brought nothing but joy, love, and endless inspiration. I am beyond grateful to be your brother and to witness your journey, both as an artist and as the beautiful soul you are. Beyond that though, I’m just… so damn proud of you. You have done so much for me in our lives, and I couldn’t be more thankful. You are my rock. My balance.’

The Broadway alum had a minor setback during his recovery after doctors removed his cast: 'It just blew up like a balloon, which apparently is supposed to happen, but I’m freaking out a teeny bit, but still very excited'

The Broadway alum had a minor setback during his recovery after doctors removed his cast: ‘It just blew up like a balloon, which apparently is supposed to happen, but I’m freaking out a teeny bit, but still very excited’

Wishing her a year ‘filled with all the happiness, success, and love that you deserve,’ Frankie concluded his post: ‘Keep shining your light and sharing your magic with the world. I love you past the moon and further and further and further to the ends of the universe and back!’

Back in 2018, the Spree star credited the Grammy winner and his mom for helping him get sober.

‘Thank u my incredible sister. ur strength is what gave me the courage to ask u for help. & u selflessly were there for me the moment i asked, as u were for so many people during that difficult time,’ Frankie wrote on X. ‘I love u. i can’t thank you enough. i could not have done this without u. at all.’

A follow-up post read, ‘Thank you mommy. i could not have done ANY of this without the love and support you have shown me, this past year and always. i love you mommy. so happy you have your son back.’

And Frankie recently celebrated seven years sober in June.

The oldest sibling celebrated seven years sober in June: 'It’s been an incredible and transformative journey of self-discovery, and I am beyond grateful'

The oldest sibling celebrated seven years sober in June: ‘It’s been an incredible and transformative journey of self-discovery, and I am beyond grateful’

‘It’s been an incredible and transformative journey of self-discovery, and I am beyond grateful.. There are no words that can reflect the gratitude I feel in my heart right now,’ he said while marking the occasion on social media last month. ‘My sobriety saved my life. 

‘And I mean that with every ounce of my being!! I was on a dark, dark path and my family and friends helped pull me into the light.

‘I am CRYING while I’m writing this. I can’t express how much love I have for everyone who stood by me, even at my absolute LOWEST. You know who you are. Thank you, and I love you to the ends of the universe.’

Addressing anyone who is struggling with addiction directly, Frankie added, ‘Know that you are not alone. There is hope, and there is always a way forward. Reach out, ask for help, and never give up on yourself. You are worthy of a beautiful life.’

‘To everyone reading this,’ he concluded, ‘thank you for being a part of my journey. Here’s to many more years of health, happiness, and sobriety.’

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