Warnie is all 'au naturel' says Liz

Last updated 09:52 10/10/2012
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BEFORE AND AFTER: Shane Warne, cricketer, vs Shane Warne, arm candy for Liz Hurley.

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HAPPY COUPLE: Shane Warne and Liz Hurley.

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Elizabeth Hurley says her fiancé Shane Warne's appearance is "au naturel".

The model-and-actress has been credited with transforming the former Australian cricket star into a slimmer, more fashionable man since they began dating. However, Hurley insists Warne was updating his image long before they met - and says he has always had striking features.

"It's strange. I love him looking like that, he was beautiful," she said during an interview for UK TV show Lorraine when shown a photograph of Warne playing cricket several years ago.

"He retired from international cricket before I met him, but even before I met him two years ago he was still much bigger because I guess he had been bowling, or whatever he did. But as far as being slimmer, I have to say it's entirely him.

"He has never had any surgery and he is not on a diet. He doesn't wear make-up, God gave him those eyelashes - it's annoying. They are very curly and he pulls them out all the time. For the record he is au naturel - he doesn't get any assistance, especially not from me."

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