Former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi has been complimented on his cosmetic surgery-achieved looks.
According to BBC News, the politician, who was replaced by Romano Prodi in 2006, looks good for his age.
"His heart now beats with a pacemaker, but thanks to the hair implants and the wonders of cosmetic surgery, he looks much younger than his 71 years," the source stated. "There is nothing ‘grey’ about the conservative Silvio Berlusconi."
Back in 2004, when Berlusconi admitted to having had cosmetic surgery, he denied reports he had extensive face and neck operations.
In a press conference he claimed to have just had blepharoplasty, otherwise known as eyelid surgery, reports the BBC.
Italian newspaper the Corriere della Sera praised the politicians’ new look, adding that his wrinkles have disappeared and it gives him a slimmer appearance.
The publication added that perhaps the new image was planned to coincide with the tenth anniversary of his Forza Italia party that same weekend, stating: "The cavalier has given himself a present of a face that dominated election rallies ten years ago."
Berlusconi’s cosmetic surgery ‘looks good’
April 8, 2008