Meg Ryan, the beloved actress known for her roles in romantic comedies like “Sleepless in Seattle” and “When Harry Met Sally,” made a rare public appearance at a documentary screening in New York. The 61-year-old actress, who hasn’t been seen in public for six months, joined her friend Michael J. Fox to support his upcoming documentary, “Still”. With her smooth complexion and trademark blonde hair, Meg looked stunning as she posed for photos alongside other celebrities attending the event.

Supporting a Friend’s Struggle

Meg has been less active in public recently, but she made sure to show up and support Michael as he released his documentary about his battle with Parkinson’s disease. The film combines documentary footage, archives, and personal accounts to tell the story of Michael’s life, from his early years on a Canadian army installation to becoming a Hollywood star in the 1980s. It also chronicles his public and private journeys, including his late-in-life diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease at the age of 29.

Meg’s Stylish Outfit

For the documentary screening, Meg effortlessly showcased her fashion sense by wearing a scarlet jacket with brown plaid pants and clunky black boots. Her look was chic and stylish, reflecting her evolved sense of style over the years. Meg’s appearance has often been the subject of rumors and speculation about cosmetic procedures, but she has consistently denied having any major modifications.

Rising Above the Rumors

When asked about plastic surgery rumors in a 2015 interview with Porter magazine, Meg expressed that she doesn’t pay much attention to them. She acknowledged the prevalence of judgment and hate in today’s world and advised against being a hater. Despite the opinions of plastic surgeons who have analyzed her face, suggesting filler, lip injections, Botox, a nose job, and even a facelift, Meg remains unfazed by the speculation.

Joining Famous Companions

Meg was accompanied by her well-known friends at the documentary screening, including Bill Murray, Elvis Costello, Tracy Pollan, Joan Jett, Jane Pauley, Denis Leary, and Katie Couric. It was a star-studded event that showcased the support and camaraderie among celebrities.

Looking Ahead

While Meg has been less active in recent years, she will be making a comeback to the big screen in the upcoming film “What Happens Later.” The movie, adapted from the play “Shooting Star” by Steven Dietz, is a romantic comedy with an evolved and nostalgic take on the genre. Meg will star alongside David Duchovny, and there is excitement building around her return to the silver screen.

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