Natural beauty Elizabeth Hurley ‘too scared’ to have plastic surgery

Elizabeth Hurley is adamant her good looks are all natural and not down to a plastic surgeon.At 52, the actress and model is still regarded as one of the most beautiful women in the world, a feat she insists is all her own. Talking to Grazia magazine a…

Elizabeth Hurley is adamant her good looks are all natural and not down to a plastic surgeon.

At 52, the actress and model is still regarded as one of the most beautiful women in the world, a feat she insists is all her own.

Talking to Grazia magazine about ageing, The Royals star admitted she was far too frightened to go under the knife, so instead has opted to grow old gracefully.

“Plastic surgery? I’d be too scared. Fillers? Forget about it,” she shuddered, adding: “But I have had Botox for my forehead.”

And it’s not just her face that looks good, but her body too. Elizabeth regularly posts bikini snaps on her Instagram page, modelling swimwear from her Elizabeth Hurley Beach label.

It was recently reported that the star’s 16-year-old son Damian, her son from her fling with businessman Steve Bing, is “mortified” by her “sexy” selfies – something Elizabeth denies.

“That’s all fiction!” the brunette beauty laughed. “My son is incredibly supportive of me and my beachwear business and of me as an actor and the breadwinner of our family of two. I often show them to him before I post them because he’s youth, he knows what people like. In fact, when he was little he used to try and persuade me to wear long couture dresses to parents’ evening, instead of my Uggs and tracksuit. No, he loved the glamour!”

As for her health and fitness regime, the Estee Lauder spokesmodel explained that she’s not a slave to diet and exercise and stated: “I’m not a vegan who lives on green juices, I don’t go to the gym religiously.”

However, she is more than happy to represent older women, and praised the decision of Estee Lauder bosses to carry on featuring her in campaigns.

“It’s really important for 50-something women to see other 50-year-old women. I don’t feel there’s a cut-off anymore when you’re no longer relevant and can’t work,” she shared.

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