We all want to look our best, and Marian Keyes is no exception. The difference is: some of us are willing (and have the means) to undergo cosmetic surgery enhancement. Did Marian Keyes get plastic surgery to maintain her radiant looks?
Irish novelist who won the 2009 Irish Book Award. As of 2014, she has sold over 22 million copies of her books worldwide.
She earned a law degree from Dublin University and then worked in an administrative job.
Her books have been translated into 32 different languages.
Ms Keyes has not always endorsed cosmetic interventions. On turning 50 in 2013, she wrote of Botox, which temporarily paralyses the muscles of the face, reducing wrinkles: ‘I haven’t had Botox because my face is a bit lopsided and I depend on keeping everything animated so that people don’t notice.
Which plastic surgery procedures have Marian Keyes done? Below we have compiled a list of all known facts about the stars beauty enhancements:
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“People promise to stick with their spouse ‘for richer or poorer’ but it’s the ‘for poorer’ part that causes the worry. The big shock is that the ‘for richer’ bit can also cause problems.”Marian Keyes
“Many nations use language simply to convey information, but it’s different in Ireland. With most conversational exchanges you get an ‘added extra’ like the free little biscuit you sometimes get with a cappuccino in a fancy coffee place.”Marian Keyes
“I am prone to despair. We are all born with a particular personality. I get afraid and then I don’t want to leave the house.”Marian Keyes
“Baking makes me focus. On weighing the sugar. On sieving the flour. I find it calming and rewarding because, in fairness, it is sort of magic – you start off with all this disparate stuff, such as butter and eggs, and what you end up with is so totally different. And also delicious.”Marian Keyes
“When I was growing up, I despised Irishness. I felt our music, our television and our books were just poor imitations of what came out of Britain and America. I was all set to abandon it entirely.”Marian Keyes