Did Felicity Kendal Have Plastic Surgery?

Felicity Kendal Plastic Surgery

Critics and the media have always wondered how British actress Felicity Kendal, now in her 60s, maintains her youthful look. After being skyrocketed to fame following her portrayal of Barbara Good in the acclaimed television series The Good Life, Felicity Kendal has starred in numerous other films and had a fruitful career as a stage actress as well. Her multiple awards include a Best Actress from the Variety Club (1979), the Clarence Derwent Award (1980) and she was also made CBE (Commander of the British Empire) in 1995 for her services to drama.

But the 45 years of playing both on film sets and on stage can leave a mark, and most actresses do show it. Somehow, however, she managed to go unaffected by age. Her beauty just happens to stand the test of time better than the rest of mortals, or at least that’s what she says. She is famous for saying, just weeks before turning 60, that she just happens to be “relaxed about ageing”. As if that’s enough to stop the wrinkling…

Recently however, the long debate about Felicity’s plastic surgery was somewhat put to an end by a world known plastic surgeon. Professor Laurence Kirwan, the plastic surgeon used by some of the best known British celebrities, has admitted that the actress was a client of his. But, when asked what she had done, Mr. Kirwan acted as a gentleman and refused to disclose that information. Nonetheless, the public has already noticed that she has had some improvements done to her mouth and cheek area. Also, other plastic surgeons have stated that her neck appears to be in excellent shape, especially for a woman who already has two grandchildren and is well into her 60s.

And, when it comes to what really matters, there is a lot of people going under the knife every day. It’s just that Miss Kendall should know when to stop and don’t go overboard with it. Hopefully, she already is aware that rumors go a long way.

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