Cate Blanchett’s Husband Will Leave Her If She Gets Plastic Surgery

Acting empress and beautiful creature Cate Blanchett has an upcoming interview in Vanity Fair, complete with these crackling photos, and she sounds like she’s pretty much focused on the acting and finds doing interviews a bore. Who can blame her? It’s for the little people. Anyway, one thing that Blanchett reveals is that her husband will kick her ass to the curb if she gets her face cut.

Her husband, playwright and theatre director Andrew Upton, needs to call Keith Urban’s ass stat.

“I haven’t done anything, but who knows,” she says. “Andrew said he’d
divorce me if I did anything. When you’ve had children, your body
changes; there’s history to it. I like the evolution of that history;
I’m fortunate to be with somebody who likes the evolution of that
history. I think it’s important to not eradicate it. I look at
someone’s face and I see the work before I see the person. I personally
don’t think people look better when they do it; they just look
different. You’re certainly not staving off the inevitable. And if
you’re doing it out of fear, that fear’s still going to be seen through
your eyes. The windows to your soul, they say,” she says.

Good actress, and she’s got a brain. Startling combination in Hollywood. Meg Ryan needed to talk to Cate before she went and rubberized her face.

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Acting empress and beautiful creature Cate Blanchett has an upcoming interview in Vanity Fair,
complete with these crackling photos, and she sounds like she’s pretty
much focused on the acting and finds doing interviews a bore. Who can
blame her? It’s for the little people. Anyway, one thing that Blanchett
reveals is that her husband will kick her ass to the curb if she gets
her face cut.Her husband, playwright and theatre director Andrew Upton, needs to call Keith Urban’s ass stat.“I haven’t done anything, but who knows,” she says. “Andrew said he’d
divorce me if I did anything. When you’ve had children, your body
changes; there’s history to it. I like the evolution of that history;
I’m fortunate to be with somebody who likes the evolution of that
history. I think it’s important to not eradicate it. I look at
someone’s face and I see the work before I see the person. I personally
don’t think people look better when they do it; they just look
different. You’re certainly not staving off the inevitable. And if
you’re doing it out of fear, that fear’s still going to be seen through
your eyes. The windows to your soul, they say,” she says.Good actress, and she’s got a brain. Startling combination in Hollywood. Meg Ryan needed to talk to Cate before she went and rubberized her face.