Jocelyn Wildenstein’s Fiancé: ‘She Never Really Did Anything to Change Her Face’

With the way they dote on each other when they aren’t
scratching each other’s eyes out
, it’s amazing to me that
severe socialite Jocelyn Wildenstein and her fashion designer
paramour Lloyd Klein are not on reality TV. I guess given the
massive settlement she received in her divorce from art dealer
Alec Wildenstein in 1999 (a reported
$2.5 billion
), she doesn’t really need the money. What
about my needs, though?

For now, there is this DailyMailTV
, in which Wildenstein doesn’t say very much
beyond waxing nostalgic about Brigitte Bardot, whom she’s
styled to look like in a photo shoot captured by the
Mail’s cameras (for the sake of, it seems…being
captured by the Mail’s cameras).

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The real notable quotes from the interview come from Klein, who
had this to say about his famous fiancée’s famous face:

I don’t understand the whole press and the Catwoman thing
because Jocelyn always looked like that.

She never really did anything to change her face. I have
pictures from 16 years old where she looks exactly the same
as today.

Here’s a picture of Wildenstein from several lives ago:

The following passage comes from George Rush’s 20-year-old
Vanity Fair
that introduced many of us (including this devoted
fan) to the wonder of Wildenstein (who’s referred to throughout
as “Jocelyne”):

And then there was the plastic surgery. They’d been married
about a year, Alec recalls, when Jocelyne told him his eyes
looked baggy. So they went in for his-and-hers eye-lifts, but
for Jocelyne it was just the beginning. “She was crazy,” says
Alec. “I would always find out last. She was thinking that
she could fix her face like a piece of furniture. Skin does
not work that way. But she wouldn’t listen.”

“I don’t think I’ve known her when she wasn’t healing from
something,” says a friend, who regrets the way Jocelyne has
“mutilated herself.”

Over time, Jocelyne created a ritual mask that was vaguely
African and so taut that she could barely blink. Friends
suspect that she’s trying to look like a jungle cat. “The
lynx has perfect eyes,” says Jocelyne, who keeps one as a
pet. But she insists her feline look comes naturally. “If I
show you pictures of my grandmother,” she says, “what you see
is these eyes—cat eyes—and high cheekbones.”

In the past, Jocelyne has claimed that she had the face-lifts
because Alec “hates to be with old people.” But now she
admits, “He never pushed me. . . . No, he all the time told
me that I look very young.” She adds, “Until the day you
don’t look young enough!

The Mail reports that: “According to Jocelyn, she had
undergone a surgical procedure that her ex-husband did not
approve of, so he went to the press in an alleged attempt to
smear her.” Hm.

Additionally Klein says:

Look, Jocelyn is beautiful, she’s magical. The first time I
met her, I was almost mesmerized by the beauty, the eyes, the
personality. And I work in fashion and I see all these
supermodels, and I see everyone, and I see the most beautiful
women on the runway, right? But Jocelyn, has something to
offer that not a lot of women have.

Damn straight!

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