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Wednesday 1 October 2014

Renée 'fears' ageing

Renée Zellweger

Renée Zellweger is said to "hate" seeing herself age.

The 44-year-old actress' appearance has changed dramatically over the years. This appears to be down to different procedures to alter her facade.

After having gone through several break-ups she is now dating guitarist Doyle Bramhall II, who she appears to be smitten with.

Despite him reportedly showering her with compliments Renée is still said to fear ageing.

"Doyle calls her his blue-eyed girl and tells her she looks amazing all the time," a source told British magazine Closer. "Renée hates getting older and is fighting the ageing process as much as she can, but says his love and support definitely helps."

It appears her beau isn't the only person concerned about her. Renée's pals are reportedly worried about her behaviour and actions.

"Renée's friendship group have been concerned about her since the end of last year, when she started to look different, but now she's unrecognisable," the source added.

"It's as if she's trying to become someone else. They've told her not to go too far, but she just won't listen... Her friends fear she might take her transformation too far. She's struggling with her career and has come to the realisation she might not make it as a director. She's not sure where she can go from here."

While her professional life might be up in the air it appears her relationship is growing day by day. Renée is said to be so happy with Doyle that she wants to start a family with him.

"She reconnected with Doyle last year, after knowing him for years, and they've fallen in love. They've talked about marriage and are also considering adopting if she can't conceive, as Renée would love to be a mom," the source explained.

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