Thursday 18 January 2018

Courteney Cox ditches botox and fillers in bid to look natural ahead of autumn wedding to Irish rocker Johnny McDaid

Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid are said to be tying the knot this autumn
Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid are said to be tying the knot this autumn
Courteney Cox arrives for the Ivor Novello Awards at Grosvenor House, on May 19, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Eamonn M. McCormack/Getty Images)
Courteney Cox on Running Wild with Bear Grylls/NBC
Courteney Cox and Bear Grylls/Photo: Twitter/ @BearGrylls
Courteney Cox on Running Wild with Bear Grylls/NBC
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Courteney Cox has abandoned facial fillers and botox ahead of her wedding to Snow Patrol musician Johnny McDaid.

The American actress admitted she went too far with cosmetic procedures and said they made her look like "someone else".

Courtney Cox in 2015, left, and in 2017, right
Courtney Cox in 2015, left, and in 2017, right

Courteney (53) and Irish musician Johnny (41) are believed to be planning to wed this autumn in Los Angeles and the star said she is much happier with her look now that she has let her fillers dissolve.

"I've had all my fillers dissolved so I'm as natural as I can be. I feel so much better now because I think I now look like the person I'm supposed to be."

"It got me into trouble. I was trying so hard to keep up and I actually made things worse," she said.

The former Friends star said the change in her appearance was gradual, but eventually she felt like she "didn't look right".

Actress Courteney Cox said she is much happier having ditched fillers and botox
Actress Courteney Cox said she is much happier having ditched fillers and botox

"You have no idea how your appearance is changing because it's gradual. But eventually you look in the mirror and go: 'Oh s**t. This doesn't look right'.

"Things are going to change. Everything's going to drop. I was trying to make it not drop, but that made me look fake. You need movement in your face. I've had to learn to embrace that movement and realise that facial fillers are not my friend," she said.

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