Nicknamed the Bride of Wildenstein, it is rumoured the American socialite spent $4million over the years to produce a face that only succeeded in ruining the good looks she was born with.
She famously embarked on a radical amount of cosmetic procedures after fearing her millionaire art dealer husband, Alec Wildenstein, would leave her - which he eventually did for a Russian model.
Bizarrely, she based her remodelled look on exotic wild cats, which he loved, as she decided that he might find her more attractive if she became "more feline".
According to the Daily Telegraph, the first time Wildenstein saw his newly-sculpted wife, he screamed in horror. He said: "She seems to think that you fix a face the same way you fix a house."
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