Depar­dieu’s daugh­ter nose bet­ter than dad

Weekend Argus (Saturday Edition) - - PEOPLE - PETER ALLEN

LON­DON: The daugh­ter of Hol­ly­wood star Ger­ard Depar­dieu has had plas­tic surgery on her nose five times be­cause she could not bear to look like her “hood­lum” fa­ther, she ad­mit­ted yes­ter­day.

Julie Depar­dieu added that the French ac­tor, who turns 65 this month, had lit­tle hope of liv­ing be­yond the age of 70.

Depar­dieu, 40, said she con­tin­u­ally called in plas­tic sur­geons be­cause she had in­her­ited her fa­ther’s trade­mark nose and wanted to be less recog­nis­able.

”I had five nose jobs be­cause I couldn’t stand my­self. It was a ques­tion of iden­tity. It was not even to be pretty. I didn’t want to have that nose be­cause it re­sem­bled some­one in my fam­ily,” the ac­tress said.

“And when you know what he does, he won’t last. In five years’ time, he won’t be around. He’s the next on the list, I know it.” – Daily Mail

HOOTER: Julie Depar­dieu

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