Sheridan denies surgery claims

Actress Nicolette Sheridan has refuted claims she has undergone cosmetic surgery - insisting her looks are down to "good genes".

The 'Desperate Housewives' star, 44, admits that although she has never gone under the knife, she won't rule it out in the future.

She says: "I have been accused of doing things to my face, but I haven't had anything done. I'm not saying that they're won't be a time when I say 'Okay, maybe', but I'm very blessed to come from generations of very good skin.

"My mother looks a lot younger than she is, and so did her mother. I have a bit of sun damage, but otherwise, I come from a pool of good genes."

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