Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Catwoman Jocelyn Wildenstein flaunts her feline features on a romantic day out with her man

They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder...and that obviously goes double for Catwoman Jocelyn Wildenstein.

The 62-year-old's surgically-enhanced face looked scarier than ever when she stepped out on the prowl with partner Lloyd Klein.

Luckily for her fashion designer Klein is obviously a moggy lover and her feline features didn't seem to bother him on the couple's romantic day out.
Jocelyn Wildenstein

Jocelyn and Lloyd enjoy a drink at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, California

The pair were arm in arm as they went for a stroll in Beverly Hills before stopping for a cocktail at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel.

Jocelyn has been dubbed Catwoman due to her shocking surgically-enhanced features, which are said to be based on a love of exotic wild cats.

The ex-wife of late billionaire Alec Wildenstein underwent at least seven facelifts and drastic eye reconstruction surgery and received collagen injections to her lips, cheeks and chin.

Jocelyn Wildenstein

Feline features: Jocelyn's surgically-enhanced face is said to be modelled on a love of exotic wild cats

During her marriage to Alec the socialite began to fear her husband was losing interest in her and, inspired by his love for cats, began altering her face to make her appear more feline.

Despite spending £2million on altering her previously-attractive looks, Alec was said to have screamed in horror when he saw her face.
Jocelyn Wildenstein

Cat lover: Jocelyn and Lloyd out on the town


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