Chrishell Hartley bounced onto screens in 2019 as the shy but determined new girl in Netflix’s lavish Selling Sunset series – and look how she’s changed since then.
The actress-turned-high-end-estate-agent, 38, copped more than her fair share of drama, ruffling feathers with the other stars of the Oppenheim Group office as she fought to be taken seriously.
She clashed with Queen Bee Christine Quinn, who branded her “fake and two-faced” after a whispering campaign went round the office, and the season finale ended on a sour note between them.
Chrishell, who was better known as Chrishell Stause when she starred in Days Of Our Lives and All My Children, has had some dramatic changes in her personal life since the filming of series 1.
She divorced her husband of two years, Smallville and Revenge star Justin Hartley, in December, citing irreconcilable differences.
And it looks like she’s treated herself to a fresh new look too, no doubt in a bid to put the past behind her and look forward to a new chapter.
A surgeon at MYA Cosmetic Surgery explains: “Looking at past images of Chrishell, it is possible that she has undergone a surgical breast enlargement.
“A breast enlargement aims to increase the size, shape, or fullness of the breast using an implant. I would assume that Chrishell may have requested a natural shape with more upper fullness, while keeping in proportion to her frame.
“This can be achieved in many ways depending on the patient’s current breast tissue and surgeon recommendation with the choice of implant shape, size and placement of the implants during surgery. The average price of this procedure is £5,000 to £6,000.
“I believe that Chrishell may have undergone the non-surgical treatment of fillers to her lips, as she appears to have fuller lips compared to previous images, especially when smiling. The provider has ensured Chrishell’s lips still appear natural and in proportion to her other facial features.
“The average cost of lip fillers in the UK can range depending on the provider and the amount of filler used, however, you can expect to pay anything from £200 to £1,000 per treatment.
“I would suggest that Chrishell has had anti-wrinkle injections, often referred to as Botox, to her forehead and around her eyes (crow’s feet). This non-surgical treatment will create a smooth forehead and limit any frown/expression lines.
“The treatment will usually last three to six months, and as muscle action gradually returns, the lines and wrinkles begin to reappear.
“This procedure can give the appearance of smoother skin if the patient desires a more youthful appearance or it can be used as a preventative measure to slow the appearance of wrinkles.”
Selling Sunset series 2 is streaming on Netflix now