Are the rumors about Meg Ryan’s nose job, facelift, lips, botox, and fillers true? She already looks incredible but might have wanted to look even better with the power of cosmetic surgery. Learn all about the film director’s plastic surgery and body measurements below.
Meg was born November 19, 1961 in Fairfield, Connecticut into a family of teachers. She has German, Irish, and Polish ancestry. She was studying for a Bachelor’s degree from journalism at University of Connecticut and New York University but she left school because of her career as an actress. In her case it was definitely a good decision. Ryan played in numerous popular movies, such as Top Gun, Sleepless in Seattle, Kate & Leopold, just to name a few.
Plastic Surgery Facts
Dr. Mark Youssef from Younique Cosmetic Surgery commented on this topic. “The surgery that most drastically changes the shape of the face is a facelift,” he explained. “It looks like Meg Ryan may have had one. It’s possible because the shape of her face has changed so much. The texture of her face also looks different. It looks like she could have had some sort of laser skin resurfacing procedure.”
Furthermore, Dr. Youssef claimed Ryan likely had “some sort of rhinoplasty,” as the tip of her nose “looks more pinched” than before. She also probably “had too much Botox in the forehead” and “volume in her lips.”
Take a look at the table below. It shows whether or not Meg Ryan went under the knife for different kinds of plastic surgery procedures.
|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)||Yes|
Plastic Surgery Pictures
Can you tell from the photos whether Meg Ryan's body and face are natural?
Meg Ryan Quotes
Neither of us, me nor Dennis, is cavalier about a breakup. We both behaved very honorably.
The best thing about modern living is anaesthesia.
A l lot of films I’ve done are essentially about women who are finding their voice, women who don’t know themselves well.
It would be really great if people would realize that stars are only people with the same weaknesses and flaws, not immaculate idols.
My family responsibilities don’t conflict with my career. Not at all.