Has Florence Pugh Had Plastic Surgery?

It’s only natural to want to look exquisite. So what plastic surgeries has Florence Pugh endured to achieve this goal? We have collected all plastic surgery information below, whether it’s a facelift, boob job, or anything else.

Short Bio

Florence was born 3 January 1996 in Oxford, United Kingdom into the family of a restaurateur and a dance teacher. She traveled with her family a lot as a kid. Her first big role was Katherine Lester in Lady Macbeth in 2016 for which she also undressed in one scene. She must have caught producers’ eyes since she is getting one offer after another now. In 2019, Pugh will be starring in Fighting with My Family, Little Women, and Midsommar. What a nicely started career!

Florence Pugh's Plastic Surgeries

However, she accepts that the use of facial surgeries has to go for the entertainment industry. So regarding the rumor of Florence Pugh’s Nose Job, it is just a rumor and the nose Florence is natural.

Whether it's classical cosmetic enhancements like a boob job or more obscure things like eyelid surgery, here is a list of all the known plastic surgeries Florence Pugh has done:

Florence Pugh - Cosmetic Procedures
Nose JobN/A
Boob JobNo
Breast ReductionN/A
Butt ImplantsN/A
Butt LiftN/A
Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)N/A

Quotes by Florence Pugh

"When you're given a platform, and you're allowed to perform, and someone's there to heighten you as opposed to dampen you, that's a nice feeling."

Florence Pugh

"Someone asked if I wanted to be the first female Bond, and I was saying that I don't think we necessarily need that whole conversation."

Florence Pugh

"I wanted to go to drama school, but when I got the part in 'Falling,' I got an agent, so it seemed a good idea to work. I always did a lot of singing and dancing, so I am glad it worked out that way. I would like to study stage acting at some point, though."

Florence Pugh

"You are hugely responsible for people following you. You need to work out why you are posting, what the message is, and what you are doing to these people."

Florence Pugh

"That, for me, actually is the most important thing about doing a period film is trying to make these people as lovable as they are back then."

Florence Pugh