Dr Michael Prager, a cosmetic doctor, thinks she has had a blepharoplasty, also known as an eye job, where skin from the upper and lower eyelids is removed, before a little repositioning and tightening. She probably also had Botox injected into her jaw muscles to make them thinner." (Neither surgeon has treated Zellweger.) The result, noted the Times, "looks like the manicured socialite, the moderately successful commercial actress, the benign political wife." And while surgery is far from uncommon - the estimates that 11 million cosmetic procedures were performed in 2013 - the reasons behind Zellweger's makeover worry her friends.ET spoke to Zellweger at the premiere, who flaunted her slim figure in a strapless Schiaparelli dress.The actress clearly felt confident in the stunning design, and gave her best tip for looking flawless on the red carpet.Far from being the crinkly-eyed, pink-cheeked embodiment of one of Britain’s favourite female characters, Miss Zellweger looked completely different.Without an introduction or a label, I’m not sure many people – including her mother – would have recognised the A-list star. Or had she, you know – the world squirmed – had, cough, ''work’’ done?
“Renée had hoped she’d finally found her happily ever after with Doyle, but it’s not working out that way,” confided a snitch.Renee Zellweger: Looking Very Different While Filming ‘Bridget Jones’ Jack went on to wed model Karen Elson in 2005, and the couple had two kids before splitting in a bitter divorce in 2013.“He’s only just now coming out of that hole, and it’s all thanks to Renée. Renée is back to leaning on Jack and their attachment is growing, added the source — and that’s bad news for Doyle. “Since she’s back to being busy with her acting career, the separations are affecting their relationship,” the spy revealed.Now Renée — whose hotly anticipated “Bridget Jones’s Baby” sequel opens in September — is back to leaning on The White Stripes rocker, sources said.Renée and Jack, 40, met while filming “Cold Mountain,” and dated for a year and a half before calling it quits in 2004.