Jocelyn Wildenstein Has Barely Changed Her Face, So Claims Her Fiancé

February 16, 2018 / Posted by:

Just last year, Jocelyn Wildenstein, the most gorgeous Thundercat that ever was, told The Mirror that she’s spent over $7 million dollars on hundreds of plastic surgery procedures throughout the decades, and that she’d keep getting her face tweaked into her 80s. (She’s 77 now). There’s also that legendary Vanity Fair piece from 1998 where her late billionaire ex-husband Alec Wildenstein said that after she got her eyes done for the first time and they got his-and-hers facelifts, she went wild and was always getting her mug touched by a plastic surgeon’s scalpel. A friend told Vanity Fair that they don’t remember a time when Jocelyn wasn’t healing from surgery, and that everyone believed she was trying to look like a cat.

Well, either Jocelyn and her fiancé have taken delusions of grandeur to levels we’ve never seen before, or none of us have eyes that really work. Because Jocelyn and her 51-year-old fashion designer fiancé Lloyd Klein (the same fiancé she gets into messy, violent fights with) tell the The Daily Mail that the USDA can practically certify her face as organic, because she’s barely done anything to it.

Jocelyn did her first interview in 20 years with The Daily Mail. As part of the interview, Jocelyn posed her “Excuse my natural beauty” off during a Brigitte Bardot-inspired photoshoot. Jocelyn channeled her inner Brigitte Bardot, because she and Lloyd claim that she gets mistaken for Bardot. That’s insane, because the Brigitte Bardot of today wishes she had it like Jocelyn. But the most question mark-summoning thing that was said during the interview was Lloyd saying this about her face:

“I don’t understand the whole press and Catwoman thing because Jocelyn always looked like that. She never really did anything to change her face. I have pictures from 16 years old where she looks exactly the same as today.”

This is what Jocelyn’s face has looked like throughout the years:

If this is Lloyd Klein’s way of trying to get Jocelyn to up his allowance, then he didn’t earn it with that “she never really did anything to change her face” mess, but he did it earn it with this:

“Look, Jocelyn is beautiful, she’s magical. The first time I met her, I was almost mesmerized by the beauty, the eyes, the personality.  And I work in fashion and I see all these supermodels, and I see everyone, and I see the most beautiful women on the runway, right? But Jocelyn, has something to offer that not a lot of women have.'”

Maybe Lloyd and Jocelyn are telling the truth. Maybe Jocelyn’s billionaire ex-husband and her so-called friends lied to Vanity Fair. Maybe Jocelyn also lied when talking about her plastic surgeries in the past, because she wanted to make people feel like they could achieve her kind of magical cat beauty if they got hundreds of surgeries. She didn’t want to let the people down by telling them that her beauty came naturally. I’m going with that.

Screenshot: The Daily Mail

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