What plastic surgeries did Julie Andrews do? The actor typically looks splendid, but why not perfect the look with some cosmetic surgery? Below are all Julie Andrews’ plastic surgeries!
About Julie Andrews
Julia Elizabeth Wells, widely known as Julie Andrews, is an English film and stage actress, singer, author, dancer and theatre director best known for her roles in “The Sound of Music” and “Mary Poppins”. Andrews came to Broadway in 1954 with “The Boy Friend”, and became a bona fide star two years later in 1956, in the role of Eliza Doolittle in the unprecedented hit “My Fair Lady”. She won an Academy Award for best actress for her portrayal of the title character in the movie “Mary Poppins”. She was born Julia Elizabeth Wells on October 1, 1935 in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, England. She was married to Blake Edwards (m. 1969–2010) and Tony Walton (m. 1959–1967).
She married Tony Walton in 1959, and then married Blake Edwards in 1969. She has three children, one of whom is actress Emma Walton Hamilton.
She played the role of Mia’s grandmother in the Princess Diaries alongside Anne Hathaway.
Gifted by genes (and a little plastic surgery) with a firm jaw and cheekbones, and by her dance teacher aunt with superb posture, Andrews is an inspired example of aging gracefully.
|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)
|Eyelid Surgery (Eyelift)
Plastic Surgery Pics
"I'd love to have a really flourishing vegetable garden, and I'd love to have a better area for a rose garden or a cutting garden, but I don't. You have to develop a garden in the way that it's meant to be developed."Julie Andrews
"The arts are usually the first thing to be cut in schools or regional programs."Julie Andrews
"I love that President and Mrs. Obama are embracing the arts. I am so delighted."Julie Andrews
"Actually, I had a lot of good people with me - my mother's sister did a lot of taking care of me, and I suppose I got more attention than my stepbrothers because at least I got to travel with my parents."Julie Andrews
"Whenever I think of my birthplace, Walton-on-Thames, my reference first and foremost is the river. I love the smell of the river; love its history, its gentleness. I was aware of its presence from my earliest years. Its majesty centered me, calmed me, was a solace to a certain extent."Julie Andrews