Chelsea is determined to be a beautiful bride, and has been hitting the gym every day this week near her trendy Gramercy pad.
But the former First Daughter has also had some cosmetic enhancements, including a nose job and possible chin augmentation, according to Dr. Jennifer Walden, a Manhattan plastic surgeon who has not treated Clinton.
“It looks as if she has undergone a rhinoplasty procedure (nose job) which was nicely and conservatively done to remove the bump from the bridge of the nose, slim the nasal bones, as well as refine and rotate the tip which also appears to be less droopy,” Walden told MakeMeHeal.
To even out her weak chin, “she also has likely had chin augmentation, or a chin implant, placed to give her stronger jawline and more aesthetic proportions to her lower face.”
Now that she’s looking better, Chelsea is insisting that her dad, former President Bill Clinton, also overhaul his look.
“She doesn’t think I’m in shape,” Bill at the Pete Peterson Foundation‘s Fiscal Summit in Washington, D.C. Chelsea told him he’s “gotta look good” if he wants to walk her down the aisle.
Clinton recounts: “I said, ‘Well, what’s your definition?’ And she said, ‘Oh, about 15 pounds.’ So how’s Bill wedding weight-loss plan going? “I’m halfway home,” he says.
Meanwhile, the sleepy little town of Rhinebeck, N.Y., is feverishly making preparations for what many are calling “The Wedding of the Decade.”
Clintons Spare No Expense For Wedding of Their Only Child
Because there’s no monarchy in the U.S., Chelsea and her superstar political parents are the closest Americans have to royalty.
The event could cost up to $3 million, and will include the following amenities according to HollywoodLife:
- Security could cost $200,000 because of all the celebrity guests.
- Place settings at $100 a person.
- Invitations at $150 a person.
- $6,000 a table setting for food and drink from multiple vendors.
- $600,000 for air-conditioned outdoor tents.
Chelsea’s wedding will take place July 31 at the former estate of John Jacob Astor IV in Rhinebeck, N.Y. The bride will wear a custom-made Vera Wang wedding dress.