[ads1 id=”alignright”]Born in Manhattan, New York, on April 12, 1979, the talented Claire Danes isn’t exactly a young woman anymore, but you wouldn’t think that just by looking at her.
We should point out right from the start that Claire looks absolutely stunning by all standards, which is why it was only a matter of time until people got to talking about how natural her good looks really were.
Although Claire isn’t accused of undergoing any major plastic surgery procedure, it is still said that she had some work done on her face at least once at some point.
The gorgeous and talented ‘Homeland’ star is said to have had work done on her lips and cheeks over the years, even though whatever work she allegedly had done was pretty small to begin with.
When comparing pictures of Claire Danes today with pictures of her younger self, it does appear as if certain facial features changed over time, but how many of these changes can be attributed to aging and how many to plastic surgery?
Unfortunately, unless Claire herself comes forward to admit any foul play, there is almost no way for us to know for sure, regardless of how seemingly plumped up her lips and cheek may be.
Interestingly enough, there are also those who accuse Claire Danes of undergoing jaw surgery to achieve a more shapely jaw line, although in all fairness, we aren’t seeing much evidence for that no matter how many pictures we compare.
Questioned about how she feels about plastic surgery, Claire said that she thinks it’s great that women have so many choices at their disposal when it comes to beauty programs, treatments, and even reconstructive surgery.
This being said, she never really addressed the rumors of her going under the knife, which makes us even more curious.
The fact of the matter remains that Claire Danes looks a bit different than how she used to look just a few years ago, especially as far as her lips are concerned.
All things considered, it could be that Claire had Botox injected into her lips or it could be that her face simply got swollen up due to the aging process.