Meg Ryan was once considered America’s sweetheart, but in 2003, she appeared to have changed, and she received a lot of flak for it. This, along with the rumored affair with Russell Crowe, the divorce of her marriage to Dennis Quaid, and taking on roles that contradicted her “girl next door” persona, all harmed her career.
Meg Ryan has not received care from Dr. Mark Youssef, a plastic surgeon. “The most visible procedure she had was a fat or filler transfer to her face. As she smiles, all that filler rises, making her eyes appear smaller.”
Her cheekbones’ fullness placement is what gives her a masculine appearance.” “She likely underwent some form of rhinoplasty,” he continued. “She also has a lot of volume in her lips. Her Botox in her brow is overdone.” Youssef noticed that she had a different face shape and texture, raising the possibility of laser resurfacing.
The media coverage was negative. According to a People source, “all the media attention shook her up.” “It bothered her a lot. It had an impact on her decision to leave Hollywood.”
Meg Ryan was one of America’s most popular and sought-after screen sweethearts at the height of her career. Ryan played the romantic lead in several successful films, including “Sleepless in Seattle,” “When Harry Met Sally,” “City of Angels,” and “You’ve Got Mail.” Still, her girl-next-door image was ruined when rumors of an affair with “Proof of Life” co-star Russell Crowe surfaced.
The public’s perception of her tabloid-frenzied affair as the reason for her divorce from her husband of nine years, Dennis Quaid, resulted in a significant drop in her popularity and contributed to her marriage’s dissolution.
“I have moments of wanting to straighten it all out and tell everyone what went down, but you know, who would I be proving anything to?” she said of the media squabble that followed her allegedly scandalous split to Harper’s Bazaar.
Meg Ryan also denied that her affair with Crowe was the catalyst for her marriage’s dissolution, saying, “My marriage was breaking up long before it became an issue of public discussion.”
Even though there are many people to blame, Ryan’s career is the one that has taken a sharp turn for the worse. Despite being nominated for a Golden Globe for her role in “Proof of Life,” the actress has yet to achieve the marquee status that made her a household name in the 1990s.