Spot the difference after Demi's 'surgery'
Demi Moore may be loath to face it, but a prowling pockmark appears to have revealed the secrets of her cosmetic surgery.
The actress has reportedly spent more than £200,000 remodelling her body and face.
It's a move which has rejuvenated her career and brought her romance with a handsome toyboy. But for all their good work, Miss Moore's cosmetic surgeons have so far overlooked the rather telling pockmark which, over the years, seems to have mysteriously migrated across her map.
According to experts, the movement of the mark - which started life on her upper left cheek but has since shifted down and a little across - rather embarrassingly lifts the lid on what facial surgery she has undergone.
In 1990 - the year she made Ghost with Patrick Swayze - the peripatetic pockmark was so high on her left cheek it merged with the wrinkles around her eye.
In current pictures of 42-year-old Miss Moore, the mark is a little fainter but quite bizarrely has moved south and drifted towards her left ear.
Even allowing for the fact that she is smiling in the earlier picture, which would lift the mark slightly, it has still travelled some distance downwards.
Experts say the reason is down to facial surgery. The ageing process causes skin to sag, giving the face a jowly appearance.
Rejuvenating surgery on the lower face pulls the skin back around the ears and neck - in the process, shifting the pockmark down and across towards the ear.
Among the work Miss Moore has allegedly had is liposuction to her hips, thighs and stomach, estimated to have cost £16,000, a £9,500 breast implant and £20,000 of facial work.
She has also paid an army of advisers including a nutritionist, personal trainer, yoga teacher and kick-boxing coach.