Has Michelle Keegan Had Plastic Surgery?
What plastic surgeries did Michelle Keegan do? The actor typically looks attractive, but why not perfect the look with some cosmetic surgery? Below are all Michelle Keegan’s plastic surgeries!
Michelle was born 3 June 1987 in Stockport, United Kingdom. In 2007, she became famous through her role of Tina McIntyre in Coronation Street TV series. She instantly gained many fans thanks to her charisma and perfect measurements. She also appeared in one episode of Red Dwarf. Keegan posed several times on the cover of FHM magazine. Every time without a bra. Although her body measurements ale flawless, Keegan never posed completely nude so far. She certainly has some boundaries.
Plastic Surgery Facts
In 2018, she said: ‘I like the fact people point out that they think I’ve had a nose job. They think I’ve had new cheeks, a new chin – but I haven’t [had surgery] and I don’t think I ever would, if I’m being honest. ‘
Take a look at the table below. It shows whether or not Michelle Keegan went under the knife for different kinds of plastic surgery procedures.
|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)||N/A|
Plastic Surgery Pictures
Can you tell from the photos whether Michelle Keegan's body and face are natural?
Michelle Keegan Quotes
"I'd love to be able to sing. I make videos in my car when I'm driving back and forward between Manchester and Essex, and I try my hardest to sing well but it just doesn't work out."
"I don't think you should try to look totally different on your wedding day, or take any big risks. Always go for something you feel comfortable in - you'll be wearing it all day."
"I come from really strong women. My mum is really strong, so that's driven that into me, and my grandma was the strongest woman I've known in my life."
"But I would love to have played Angelina Jolie in 'Tomb Raider'. Lara Croft! I've done the training so I'm half-way there. Now I just need to get her face and body! She is so hot."
"It is, because you've got a nice picture, you want to put it up, and then you're like, 'Do I want this to go out in the press? Do I want them to run it and make a story surrounding that picture?' That's what I have to think of all the time."