Did Florence Pugh Undergo Plastic Surgery Including Boob Job, Nose Job, Botox and Lips?

Florence Pugh Plastic Surgery Nose Job Boob Job Botox Lips

Biography and Interesting Facts

Check out Florence Pugh plastic surgery pictures, facts and rumors below.

Florence was born 3 January 1996 in Oxford, United Kingdom into the family of a restaurateur and a dance teacher. She traveled with her family a lot as a kid. Her first big role was Katherine Lester in Lady Macbeth in 2016 for which she also undressed in one scene. She must have caught producers’ eyes since she is getting one offer after another now. In 2019, Pugh will be starring in Fighting with My Family, Little Women, and Midsommar. What a nicely started career!

Plastic Surgery Pictures

Do you believe Florence Pugh went under the knife? Sometimes it can be hard to tell if cosmetic surgery is truly involved.

Florence Pugh Boob Job Plastic Surgery
Do you believe Florence Pugh had a boob job?
Florence Pugh Botox Plastic Surgery
Do you believe Florence Pugh used botox?
Florence Pugh Nose Job Plastic Surgery
Is it possible Florence Pugh had a nose job?

Plastic Surgery History

It is known that Florence Pugh has completely natural breasts. But which plastic surgeries did she do to her body? Check out the table below!

Plastic Surgery Procedures
Nose job* Unknown
Breast enhancement/boob job** No
Breast reduction Unknown
Botox Unknown
Fillers Unknown
Facelift Unknown
Chin implants Unknown
Cheek implants Unknown
Lip injection**** Unknown
Liposuction Unknown
Abdominoplasty / Tummy tuck Unknown
Butt implants/ Butt lift Unknown
Other (gynecomastia surgery, otoplasty***, neck lift, eyelid surgery, eye surgery, eye lift) Unknown

* It is also called rhinoplasty, nose surgery.
** This includes breast enlargement ,breast augmentation, breast lift.
*** Another word for ear surgery.
**** It is also called lip augmentation.

Inspirational Quotes by Florence Pugh

Why shouldn’t there be more epic, brilliant female characters onscreen?

Florence Pugh

During the Me Too breakthrough, I was hanging out with Emma Thompson and Emily Watson – two people I’ve looked up to my entire life. Talking to those women was so empowering.

Florence Pugh

There’s a reason why there’s a problem with bodies, and it’s because you never actually get to see any normal versions of them.

Florence Pugh

We tend to kind of write women out of history.

Florence Pugh

I have been enormously lucky. My first role was in a great film by a woman director.

Florence Pugh

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