Kate Winslet Did NOT Get Cosmetic Surgery, Despite Report
Kate Winslet has NOT had cosmetic surgery, despite a new tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this claim. We’re told it’s “not true.”
“Kate’s Titanic Cosmetic Cover-Up!” blares a headline in this week’s National Enquirer, which alleges Winslet, a “founder” of the British Anti-Cosmetic Surgery League, has secretly gone under the knife. The tabloid pins a lot of its story on the analysis of Dr. Michelle Copeland, a physician who has never treated the actress and is only working off photos given to her by the magazine. Still, Dr. Copeland contends Winslet’s “nose has definitely been refined and straightened, and the tip is narrower.” “She also looks like she has had upper eyelid surgery because they aren’t as full,” asserts the doctor, based on a recent photo and another taken 20 years ago when the actress was younger and, how shall we say, fuller faced.
The tabloid then quotes yet another medical practitioner named Dr. Dave E. David, who also has never treated Winslet. Based on the pictures the plastic surgeon was handed by the publication, “It also looks like she had liposuction just below her chin, giving her that ‘carved out’ chiseled look.” Again, the Oscar winner was less thin than she is today.
Anyway, as opposed to working off photos, Gossip Cop checked in with a source who knows Winslet, and we’re exclusively assured us the magazine’s report is “not true.” The actress has not undergone any cosmetic procedures, nor was Winslet a “founder” of the British Anti-Cosmetic League, a story that Gossip Cop exclusively debunked in 2014. Maybe it’s time for the Enquirer to touch up its reporting.