, the third installment in the movie franchise starring Renee Zellweger and Colin Firth, has secured a September 16, 2016 release date. There was no mistaking the shock behind the collective global wailing which erupted when actress Renée Zellweger – aka our beloved screen version of Bridget Jones – appeared at the Elle Women in Hollywood Awards on Monday night.Of course Darcy, the human rights lawyer, would most likely support her right to look any way she damn well pleases, as should all of us.But for the record, he did like her ''very much, just as you are.’’ And so – to be fair – did we. To bring you the best content on our sites and applications, Meredith partners with third party advertisers to serve digital ads, including personalized digital ads.
Let’s hope it’s not for Bridget Jones 3, however – Daniel Cleaver would certainly be in favour of the glam new look, but I’m not sure poor Mark Darcy would pick her out in a police line-up.''The area of the face that forms a triangle – the eyes, nose, upper lip and cheek bones – is where we look to recognise someone.It’s also where we rank each other for attractiveness.They can find it hard to look in the mirror.’’ Antonia Mariconda, a cosmetic coach and beauty blogger, was also shocked: ''I didn’t recognise her, to be honest; so many people have commented to me online just saying 'Oh my God’.It’s not that she doesn’t look good – I think she looks fantastic, actually – but I would say she has had work done.’’ Like Dr Prager, Antonia is shocked that Renée would lose her trademark features.