Andie MacDowell: Good Genes or Good Docs?

1004_andie_macdowell_good_genesAndie MacDowell“s looks are stuck in a time loop.

Here”s the 35-year-old star at a premiere of the movie “Groundhog Day” back in 1993 (left) — and the now 55-year-old mother of three at a studio in New York City earlier this week (right).
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Andie MacDowell…

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Andie MacDowell…

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Deja vu. 

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