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Kate Beckinsale shuts down plastic surgery rumors following her months-long hospital stay

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Kate Beckinsale shut down plastic surgery rumors via Instagram over the weekend following her months-long hospital stay.WireImage

Kate Beckinsale is responding to rumors that she had plastic surgery following her recent hospital stay.

Taking to Instagram over the weekend, the model explained that she’s been “accused” of going under the knife multiple times over the past few decades.

“I hate talking about this because I hate adding to this conversation, but I do it because insidious bullying of any kind over time takes its toll,” Beckinsale, 50, admitted, sharing two separate clips from ‘itself taken about 20 years apart.

The model explained that critics have been accusing her of going under the knife for decades. WireImage
“I hate talking about this because I hate adding to this conversation, but I do it because insidious bullying of any kind over time takes its toll,” she wrote alongside two clips of ‘itself taken 20 years apart. FilmMagic

“Every time I post something – and in fact this has been the case since I was around 30 – I am accused of having undergone unrecognizable surgery / using Botox with cosmetics filling/being obsessed with looking younger, and it’s just such a tedious and subtly vicious way to intimidate a person,” the actress continued.


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Beckinsale said she still faces online critics who write, “My God, you’re unrecognizable” or “Oh my God, you don’t even look like yourself anymore.”

“It happens all the time and it’s usually women who do it,” she added. “Obviously I’ve gotten older, everyone gets older; Aging doesn’t worry me too much, because I found my father dead when I was 5.”

“Every time I post something – and in fact this has been the case since I was around 30 – I am accused of having undergone unrecognizable surgery/using Botox with cosmetics. filler / being obsessed with looking younger,” she continued. WireImage
The actress explained that she always gets comments online that say, “Oh my God, you don’t even look like yourself anymore.” WireImage

The UK native went on to explain that she spent her teens and twenties “paralyzed by severe anxiety and panic attacks,” believing she was going to die of a heart attack like her late father, because she often found herself in the emergency room.

“The fact that one of the main things nagging at me is the assumption that I can’t bear the thought of growing old is so deeply ironic when my all-consuming terror was that I never thought I would see the end of my life. my 20s,” she continued.

Comparing the two videos, Beckinsale explained that the one from her youth was taken while she was living in the United Kingdom and “was paler.”

Beckinsale said the critics are usually other women. Clive Postlethwaite/Shutterstock
“Obviously I’ve gotten older, everyone gets older,” she added. Corbis via Getty Images

“I used to pluck my eyebrows…I had a fuller face, like most of us in our late teens and 20s. The makeup techniques were matte, not as shiny,” she said.

The second video showed the “Vacancy” star at the King’s Trust 2024 Global Gala last week as she looked refreshed after her hospital stay.

Beckinsale admitted she didn’t believe her message would stop the haters, but hoped critics could at least learn another lesson.

“I’m also posting it because a person’s appearance, constantly accusing them of things they didn’t do, or being obsessed with being young when in fact right now I’m obsessed with to survive a loss, is bullying,” she concluded. “Please stop now.”

The actress said she wasn’t too concerned about aging after finding out her father died of a heart attack when she was just five. Getty Images
Beckinsale claimed she lived “paralyzed by severe anxiety and panic attacks” throughout her teens and 20s, thinking she would experience the same death. Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images

Fans and fellow celebrities took to the comments section to applaud Beckinsale for her vulnerability while clapping back at the bullies.

“Unfortunately, some people are mean and jealous because you are so beautiful! The bullying is horrible and these people are deeply insecure. You are a wonderful, kind and caring human xx,” one person wrote.

“You are a queen, a legend and an icon and people are jealous because most teenagers don’t look this good in the dresses you wear at 50. That’s it 🎤,” another wrote.

She continued, “The fact that one of the main things nagging at me is the assumption that I can’t stand the thought of growing old is deeply ironic.” FilmMagic, Inc.
The ‘Van Helsing’ star explained that she was much paler when she began her acting career after living in the UK. Ray Tang/Shutterstock

Beckinsale’s decision to speak out comes weeks after she was released from hospital following a mysterious illness.

She first documented herself in the hospital on March 11 as she cryptically posted on social media about those who loved and supported her while honoring her mother, Judy Loe, on Mother’s Day UK.

The “Van Helsing” star has frequently shared snaps of her time spent alongside her friends and her Pomeranian, Myf, although she hasn’t updated fans on her condition.

“I had a fuller face, like most of us in our late teens and 20s,” she added. Getty Images for Netflix
“The makeup techniques were matte, not as shiny,” Beckinsale continued. GC Images

Eagle-eyed fans noticed that Beckinsale quietly deleted all of her photos from her hospital stay the week of April 10.

She hinted at her condition at one point by wearing a shirt that read “Stomach Disorder Survivor” while recovering at home.

The since-deleted snap was captioned with a flexed biceps emoji. Representatives for Beckinsale did not respond to Page Six’s requests for comment.




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