Diane Sawyer Facelift Plastic Surgery Before and After

Diane Sawyer has been one of the most popular anchors of ABC’s morning television show “Good Morning America” until she was replaced by Charles Gibson.

On her final show, Diane expressed that she felt privileged to have shared her mornings with all of America.

However, despite the fact that Diane Sawyer is a much-loved TV personality, it is doubtful that America felt privileged to learn that she may have gone under the knife at some point.

Even though she isn’t a young woman anymore, Diane’s appearance on camera has always seemed flawless, without any wrinkles visible. However, up close, it becomes apparent that she is a woman in her late sixties since she has bags around her eyes, crow’s feet and loose skin on her neck.

In fact, her full lips look pretty much the same as they did back when she was young. Naturally, it makes many people suspect that she either has quite a proficient makeup team, or has undergone plastic surgery.

Dr. David Shafer, a Manhattan-based plastic surgeon, points out that Diane’s neckline looks quite “defined,” which he believes might be a result of a lower face lift.

Even after having looked at her pictures, Dr. David is not certain what cosmetic surgery procedures Diane Sawyer has truly undergone. Dr. David does agree that Diane’s forehead does sport wrinkles and she also has crow’s feet, so he recommends that she should consider Botox use.

Diane Sawyer Facelift Plastic Surgery Before and After

Diane Sawyer Facelift Plastic Surgery Before and After

Before Diane Sawyer became a beauty queen, she had been weather girl, and Dr. David suspects that she may have undergone minor rhinoplasty (nose job) surgery somewhere in between.

He draws attention to the fact that Diane previous had a nose with a slight bump and a wider tip, but her now is now more refined and much straighter.

Even at her venerable age, Diane Sawyer is still as beautiful as she ever was, so who knows what cosmetic procedures she had over the years or how many.