Jocelyn Wildenstein shared a heavily filtered photo on Friday while sporting a dramatic makeup look on a date night with fiancé Lloyd Kleinon.
However, the 82-year-old socialite – nicknamed “Catwoman” due to her feline traits – has denied having surgery looked loved-up in the Instagram post with her 55-year-old beau.
The couple have been engaged since 2017, when Lloyd presented the New York celebrity with a 32-carat diamond ring reportedly “worth millions.”
Loved up: Jocelyn Wildenstein, 82, held hands with her fiancé Lloyd Klein, 55, in a heavily filtered photo shared to Instagram on Friday
Jocelyn opted for a sculpted smoky eyeshadow with metallic silver flecks and a feline hint of black eyeliner for her bold look.
She styled her blonde hair in loose curls and slipped into a lace top and chic black pants.
Fashion designer Lloyd also opted for a black ensemble while showing off his very smooth face and shielding his eyes with a pair of large sunglasses.
Instagram: The socialite, nicknamed “Catwoman” for her feline features, sported a dramatic makeup look in the beloved post with her boyfriend (pictured directly in September 2022).
Romance: The couple have been engaged since 2017, when Lloyd presented the New York socialite with a 32-carat diamond ring reportedly “worth millions”.
The couple were due to marry in 2018 but have yet to walk down the aisle two years after she was arrested for allegedly slitting up her boyfriend’s chest with scissors.
Jocelyn was accused of scratching her partner Lloyd around 1.30am in their apartment in Trump World Tower, New York, before slashing his chest.
Lloyd said he was forced to shove her into a closet until police arrived.
Over the years: The celebrity earned the nickname “Catwoman” due to her exaggerated feline features, which became noticeably more pronounced over time
The charges were later dropped and Jocelyn said: “In life we take our frustrations out on those we love most and I directed mine at Lloyd.
“I let my frustration turn to anger, and it was wrong. I saw red and became obsessed. I hit like an angry cat.
“The fight with Lloyd was when I hit rock bottom. I felt I had reached the end of the line and just snapped.
A year later, Jocelyn and Lloyd made headlines when they denied claims of another late-night fight.
They insisted they injured themselves during the passionate sex after a dish of beef bourguignon exploded.
Rocky: The couple were scheduled to marry in 2018 but are yet to walk down the aisle two years after they were arrested for allegedly slicing up their boyfriend’s chest with scissors
Neighbors had heard screams coming from their apartment and police arrested both after they arrived at 1am to find the broken casserole dish on the kitchen floor, bruises on Wildenstein’s neck and arms and a cut on Klein’s forehead.
Canadian-born couturier Lloyd said he ran to the shower to wash the scalding hot broth off his legs, where he slipped and fell and suffered a small cut on his forehead.
Wildenstein joined him in the bathroom to check if he was alright, but soon the couple had gone into the bedroom and started having sex.
They told that neighbors overheard their noisy lovemaking and wrongly concluded that Wildenstein was being attacked.
Mistake: The charges were later dropped and Jocelyn said: ‘In life we take our frustration out on those we love the most and I directed mine at Lloyd
“I burned my legs when the bowl exploded and I went into the shower to put water on it,” Klein said.
“I must have been making a lot of noise, I was panicking but Jocelyn came into the bathroom to see I was fine and one thing led to another.
“I slipped and cut my forehead because everything was very wet, but it wasn’t a big deal, a tiny cut.
“We went into the bedroom and had great, passionate sex. The neighbors probably heard all this and assumed that someone was being murdered.
“A few minutes later, security entered the apartment uninvited and went straight to the bedroom.
“I can understand why with the food on the floor and the bit of blood it looked like a fight – but I can assure you 100 percent it wasn’t.”
First love: Wildenstein rose to fame in the ’90s during a high-profile divorce from art dealer Alec Wildenstein (pictured), receiving over $2 billion from her husband upon their split
Mother-of-three Wildenstein insisted the bruises on her neck and arms referred to in the criminal complaint were completely innocent.
“Lloyd can be very passionate, he can be a little rough,” she laughed. “I enjoy that, otherwise I wouldn’t have been with him all the time.
“None of this would have happened if the saucepan hadn’t exploded. I’ve never seen anything like this. He got burned and when I helped him we showered together.
“Security didn’t want to hear any explanations. They came to their own conclusion. It was a terrible time.’
Police arrived minutes later and the couple were taken to various Manhattan hospitals before being jailed for assault.
The charges were dropped and they reconciled.
Wildenstein rose to fame in the ’90s during a high-profile divorce from art dealer Alec Wildenstein, receiving over $2 billion from her husband upon their split.
Lloyd has denied reports that Jocelyn had surgery.
He said: “I don’t understand all the press and the Catwoman thing because Jocelyn always looked like that.
Her love: Lloyd has denied reports Jocelyn had surgery, saying: ‘She’s never really done anything to change her face. I have pictures from 16 years ago where she looks the same as she does now’ (pictured 1997)
“She never really did anything to change her face. I have pictures from 16 years ago where she looks the same as she does now.”
In 2018, Jocelyn filed for bankruptcy, claiming she had no savings or stock after wasting her $2.5 billion divorce settlement.
The woman who once bought a pet capuchin monkey found herself with no checking or savings accounts, no retirement or pension plans, and no investments, her filing says.
The filing also lists the $900 check Wildestein receives each month from Social Security as her only source of income.
Broke: In 2018, Jocelyn filed for bankruptcy, claiming she had no savings or stock after wasting her $2.5 billion divorce settlement (pictured in New York in 2017)