What Plastic Surgery Has Carrie Fisher Done?

Did Carrie Fisher have plastic surgery? It’s true, Carrie Fisher looks astonishing, but sometimes a little bit of surgery may enhance one’s natural beauty. Below are the rumors, plastic surgery facts, and more!

Introduction

Carrie was born October 21, 1956 in Beverly Hills, California. She has Jewish and British ancestry. Her by far most famous role is Princess Leia on Star Wars movie trilogy. But Fisher played also on Amazon Women on the Moon, Loverboy, and Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery. Carrie was briefly married to famous musician Paul Simon in 1980’s. And there’s probably no nerd that never dreamed of her bikini body in those small metal pieces.

Plastic Surgery Facts

Take a look at the table below. It shows whether or not Carrie Fisher went under the knife for different kinds of plastic surgery procedures.

Carrie Fisher - Plastic Surgery Overview
Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)Unknown
Breast AugmentationNo
Breast ReductionN/A
FaceliftUnknown
LipsUnknown
FillersUnknown
BotoxUnknown
LiposuctionN/A
Butt ImplantsUnknown
Butt LiftUnknown
Eyelid SurgeryUnknown

Plastic Surgery Pictures

Can you tell from the photos whether Carrie Fisher's body and face are natural?

Carrie Fisher never needed any plastic surgery in the first place. She is fabulous and a natural beauty. Are the plastic surgery rumors to be believed?
What has two eyes, a captivating smile, and looks enchanting? Carrie Fisher does not hesitate to bask in the spotlight.

Carrie Fisher Quotes

Everything is negotiable. Whether or not the negotiation is easy is another thing.

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Even my parents sort of went along with the assumption that they were a good couple, but they probably weren’t a very good couple.

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I’ll never be known for my work with boundaries.

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I fear dying. Anything with pain associated with it, I don’t like.

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My comfort wasn’t the most important thing – my getting through to the other side of difficult feelings was. However long it might seem to take, and however unfair it might seem, it was my job to do it.

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