Amanda Staveley Faces Cosmetic Surgery Rumors Amidst Battling Severe Brain Condition

By Venom
Published on December 19, 2021, Updated on December 19, 2021

Amanda Staveley Plastic Surgery: Gone Under The Knife?

Amanda Staveley allegedly had Botox injections and a facelift as part of her cosmetic surgery. Let’s see whether Newcastle United’s part-owner has undergone any cosmetic procedures.

Amanda Staveley is a business professional from the United Kingdom famous for her links with Middle Eastern financiers. She was instrumental in a Saudi consortium’s purchase of Newcastle United, which was finalized in October 2021, and she now serves on the board of directors. Likewise, the 48-year-old was a key figure in the royal families of Abu Dhabi and Qatar and the Qatari sovereign wealth fund, investing £7.3 billion in Barclays in 2008.

Amanda Staveley Plastic Surgery: Gone Under The Knife?

Amanda Staveley has recently been in the focus of the internet for cosmetic surgery rumors. However, because she has never responded to such charges, it isn’t easy to know exactly what cosmetic modifications she’s undergone.

Amanda Staveley Plastic Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery

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But, following a thorough examination and study of her before and after photos, certain professionals believe Amanda Staveley has undergone Botox injections and, at the absolute least, facelift surgery.

While it’s possible she’s had other plastic surgery procedures, it can’t be confirmed or refuted at this moment.

Amanda Staveley Battling A Severe Brain Condition

Amanda was diagnosed with Huntington’s disease in 2013, which is a degenerative ailment that affects people in their older years.

When the horrible illness takes hold, victims’ brain functions start to deteriorate progressively. Additionally, mood swings, memory loss, and uncontrollable bodily movements are just a few of the symptoms she may experience.

Amanda Staveley Plastic Surgery, Brain Disease

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Doctors warned her that the sickness was latent but that stress and pressure at work may ignite it.

When Amanda was tested at 37, she learned she had inherited the illness from her mother, Lyne.

Talking to Thisismoney, she revealed, 

“The stress brings on the onset of the disease, and the disease is fatal.”

She also acknowledged that it’s made things tough for her husband, Mehrdad Ghodoussi, whom she married in 2011.

“I have the most incredibly patient and loving husband. I didn’t want to get married when I found out about the disease – but he said he didn’t care, and that we would find the best medical care available.”

Amanda Staveley Plastic Surgery, Husband

Amanda Staveley and her husband Mehrdad Ghodoussi married in October 2011 (Photo: gettyimages.com)

Interestingly, Staveley’s arithmetic abilities were actually strengthened by Huntington’s condition when working as a City dealmaker for Barclays Bank.

“It’s actually very useful because I’ve never needed a calculator.”

Her ability to run intricate financial models in her brain astounded the men at Barclays. Amanda thought she was just good at math, but it turned out she was unwell.

(References from weightandskin.com, thesun.co.uk, thisismoney.com)