Shane Warne, 51, debuts his notably smoother complexion… after previously denying getting Botox and fillers
Cricketing hero Shane Warne has previously denied having plastic surgery or getting cosmetic injectables.
So the 51-year-old’s remarkably youthful features must be down to good genes.
Shane displayed his age-defying visage in a selfie shared to Instagram on Wednesday while visiting Adelaide, South Australia.
Look: Shane Warne, 51, debuted his impossibly wrinkle-free visage on Wednesday, after previously denying using botox and fillers. (L) Wednesday, (R) July, 2019
In the photo, Shane showed off his different-coloured eyes, which are caused by a condition known as heterochromia iridum.
The ‘Spin King’ looked cheerful in the snap, as he sat down at a café while wearing a golf cap and a blue jumper.
‘G’Day Adelaide!,’ he wrote in the caption, adding a thumbs-up emoji.
Oh my! The legendary athlete has been known for his youthful look for years, with him regularly denying the use of cosmetic injectibles
Speaking to Eddie McGuire on Triple M’s Hot Breakfast last year, Shane was asked about his changing appearance.
Eddie said: ‘I had people ringing me up saying, “Warnie’s had his head done, he’s had plastic surgery, he’s looking like Paul Hogan.”
‘You have dropped 14 kegs, what have you been doing?’
Weight loss: Last year, Shane Warne says his new look is all down to weight loss not plastic surgery. Pictured with his daughter Brooke (left) and son Jackson (right)
Shane responded: ‘I’ve been doing traditional Chinese medicine, I’ve been doing training and things like that.
‘I’ve dropped 14 kilos, I’m trying to lose another three or four more to get down to 80kg but I haven’t had any work done to my head.
‘I haven’t had, whatever they call it, fillers, injections and all that sort of stuff!’
Before and after: These photos taken three years apart show Shane’s dramatic weight loss. Pictured left: in 2016, and right: last year
The cricket commentator said his main weakness is drinking beer at cricket matches.
Despite his denials, Beverly Hills cosmetic surgeon Dr Randal Haworth believes Shane may have enlisted some professional help.
‘I suspect that he has dabbled with Botox and perhaps some fillers here and there,’ he exclusively told Daily Mail Australia in 2018.
‘While women’s faces tend to look younger and softer with the right amount of fat, men’s faces tend to look better with weight loss. Shane’s is no exception – his face has become more chiseled, defined and handsome,’ Dr Haworth continued.
Denial: Shane was asked about Botox rumours on Triple M’s Hot Breakfast last year