During her career, she has repeatedly gained and lost weight to portray specific roles. For example, to play Bridget Jones in the very first film, Renee had to gain up to 15 kilograms. After the film’s resounding success at the box office and her successful debut in cinema, she received several offers from directors, with the only condition being to quickly shed the weight she had gained.
Renee then actively worked on losing weight, becoming almost skeletal at one point. However, after accepting to star in the second part of “Bridget Jones’s Diaries,” the main condition was to regain weight.
This was evident in new photos of Renee, captured by paparazzi during a shopping outing. She was wearing a beige cap, a black vest, a long gray t-shirt, and black tights. There was no makeup on her face, and her hair was tied in a low ponytail. It was clear that Renee’s face had lost its fullness, with deep wrinkles around her eyes and pronounced nasolabial folds. Furthermore, the oval shape of her face had become irregular.