Emma Watson hardly needs an introduction. As a kid at the age of 6, Emma had already decided to become an actress. She was lucky enough to get a dream launch pad in the form of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s tone (2001).
The actress continued to be a significant part in all the 8 instalments of the movie. She grew up to be a star with a huge fan following as well as critical acclaim. She has been careful in making an interesting choice of films that have contributed a lot to her soaring career graph.
Emma has been a part of well acclaimed films like My Week with Marilyn (2011), The Perks of being a Wallflower (2012), The Bling Ring (2013), Noah (2014), etc. Throughout her career she has received 16 Awards along with another 44 nominations for her outstanding performances.
Emma has been appearing at various high profile events since a very young age. The world has seen her growing up from a cute little girl into the stunning beauty that she is today.
In 2008, at the age of 18 she featured on the Moviefone’s list of 25 Hottest Actors Under 25 and was ranked #3. Emma has never shied away from experimenting with her looks.
Since she has almost always remained in the public eye, any change in her looks gets instantly noted by fans and experts. Still there have never been any major plastic surgery rumors about the young actress. However some really subtle changes have been noted in the shape of her nose suggesting that Emma went for a Rhinoplasty.
As a child Emma’s nose was quite different from what it has been in the recent years. Earlier her nose had a thicker bridge. The tip was also slightly bulbous. Her nose used to be the most prominent feature of her face, drawing attention away from her beautiful eyes.
No doubt Emma felt the need to go under the knife to fix her nose. The results of the Rhinoplasty have definitely been great. Her narrow, well pointed nose has greatly enhanced her facial harmony. The change is very subtle and Emma continues to look naturally beautiful.
However she has always denied going under the knife. In fact she went on record to say that she finds the idea of going under the knife scary. She denounced any form of plastic surgery saying, “. . . I don’t want to look like everyone else. I want to be a person who feels great in her body and can say that she loves it and doesn’t want to change anything about it.”