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Jocelyn Wildenstein and Lloyd Klein appear loved-up in HEAVILY-filtered snaps

She is called “Catwoman” because of her feline features, but has always denied undergoing plastic surgery.

And Jocelyn Wildenstein, 82, and her designer fiancé Lloyd Klein, 55, continue to look loved in their heavily filtered Instagram snaps after a rocky 18-year romance.

The couple have been engaged since 2017, when Lloyd handed the New York socialite a 32-carat diamond ring reportedly “worth millions.”

Partners: 'Catwoman' Jocelyn Wildenstein, 82, and fiancé Lloyd Klein, 55, appear beloved in HEAVY filtered Instagram snaps after an 18-year rocky romance

Partners: ‘Catwoman’ Jocelyn Wildenstein, 82, and fiancé Lloyd Klein, 55, appear beloved in HEAVY filtered Instagram snaps after an 18-year rocky romance

Vow: The couple have been engaged since 2017, when Lloyd handed the New York socialite a 32-carat diamond ring reportedly 'worth millions' but never married

Vow: The couple have been engaged since 2017, when Lloyd handed the New York socialite a 32-carat diamond ring reportedly ‘worth millions’ but never married

They were supposed to wed in 2018, but have not yet moved down the aisle two years after she was arrested for allegedly slicing open her boyfriend’s chest with scissors.

Jocelyn was charged with clawing her partner Lloyd before slitting his chest in her apartment in Trump World Tower, New York, around 1:30 a.m.

Lloyd said he was just as forced to push her into a closet until the police arrived.

Born like this?  Jocelyn has always denied undergoing plastic surgery - she filed for bankruptcy in 2018 after wasting her $2.5 BILLION divorce settlement

Born like this? Jocelyn has always denied undergoing plastic surgery – she filed for bankruptcy in 2018 after wasting her $2.5 BILLION divorce settlement

The charges were later dropped and Jocelyn said: ‘In life, we take our frustrations out on those we love most, and I turned mine on Lloyd.

“I let my frustration turn to anger, and it was wrong. I saw red and turned into a possessed woman. I lashed out like an angry cat.

“The fight with Lloyd was when I bottomed out. I felt I had reached the end of the line and just snapped.

A year later, Jocelyn and Lloyd made headlines when they dismissed the claims of an overnight fight.

They claimed they injured themselves by having passionate sex after a dish of bourguignon exploded.

Over the years: The socialite earned the nickname

Over the years: The socialite earned the nickname “Catwoman” due to her overly feline facial features, which have become much more pronounced over time

Neighbors had heard screams coming from their apartment, and police arrested both after they arrived at 1 a.m. to find the shattered baking 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 boiling broth from his legs, where he said he slipped and fell, leaving a small cut to the forehead.

Wildenstein accompanied him to the bathroom to make sure he was okay, but it wasn’t long before the couple moved into the bedroom and started having sex.

They told DailyMail.com that neighbors heard their noisy lovemaking and falsely concluded that Wildenstein was being attacked.

“I burned my legs when the saucer exploded and I went to the shower to put water on it,” Klein said.

“I must have made a lot of noise, I was panicking, but Jocelyn came into the bathroom to see I was okay 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 small cut.

“We went to the bedroom and had some great, passionate sex. The neighbors probably heard all this and assumed someone was being murdered.

“A few minutes later, security entered the apartment uninvited and headed straight for us in the bedroom.

Socialite: Jocelyn rose to fame in the 1990s during a high-profile divorce from art dealer Alec Wildenstein, receiving over $2 billion from her husband during the split (pictured in 1998)

Socialite: Jocelyn rose to fame in the 1990s during a high-profile divorce from art dealer Alec Wildenstein, receiving over $2 billion from her husband during the split (pictured in 1998)

“I understand why it looked like a fight with the food on the floor and the bit of blood, but I can assure you it wasn’t, 100 percent.”

Mother of three Wildenstein insisted the bruises on her neck and arms referenced in the indictment were completely harmless.

“Lloyd can be very passionate, he can be a little rough,” she laughed. “That’s something I enjoy, otherwise I wouldn’t have been with him all this time.

“None of this would have happened if the cooking pot hadn’t exploded. I’ve never seen anything like it. He burned himself and when I went to help him we took a shower together.

“Security didn’t want to hear an explanation. They came to their own conclusion. It was a terrible time.’

First love: Jocelyn's ex-husband, art dealer Alex Wildenstein, pictured in 2000, a year after his divorce from her - he died in 2008

First love: Jocelyn’s ex-husband, art dealer Alex Wildenstein, pictured in 2000, a year after his divorce from her – he died in 2008

Police arrived minutes later and the couple was taken to several Manhattan hospitals before being jailed on charges of assault.

The charges were dropped and they reconciled.

Wildenstein rose to fame in the 1990s during a high-profile divorce from art dealer Alec Wildenstein, receiving more than $2 billion from her husband during the split.

Lloyd denies reports that Jocelyn has had surgery.

He said, ‘I don’t understand all the press and the Catwoman thing because Jocelyn always looked like this.

“She never really did anything to change her face. I have photos from 16 years where she looks exactly the same as she does now.’

In 2018. Jocelyn filed for bankruptcy, claiming she had no savings or stock after squandering her $2.5 BILLION divorce settlement.

The woman who once bought a capuchin as a pet found that she had no checking or savings accounts, no retirement fund or retirement plan, and no investments according to her file.

The filing also lists the $900 check Wildestein gets each month from Social Security as her sole source of income.

Rows: Wildenstein and Klein's 15-year romance seemed to be over in December 2016 when Jocelyn slammed her claws into his face in a now infamous cat fight

Shocking: Klein escaped by bundling her in a closet before Wildenstein, famed for her feline facial features, herself called the police to be arrested upon seeing her partner's wounds

Rows: Wildenstein and Klein’s 15-year romance seemed to be over in December 2016 when Jocelyn slammed her claws into his face in a now infamous cat fight

In January 2019, Lloyd revealed his new face exclusively to DailyMailTV after undergoing a facial rejuvenation procedure following his years-long battle with cancer.

In 2013, Klein was diagnosed with lymphoma. He had an orange-sized tumor removed from his armpit and underwent three rounds of grueling chemotherapy.

In 2017, he was told that the cancer had spread to his spine and liver and that he had only six months to live. But Klein told DailyMailTV in 2018 that he was in remission.

He said, ‘I knew in that moment that I needed to focus on what’s most important in my life – and that’s Jocelyn. It was so important to me to recognize that commitment by making her my wife.

“She has always been there for me, through our ups and downs. I can’t imagine living a day of my life without her.’

The French fashion designer said the intense chemotherapy destroyed his face, so he turned to Wildenstein, his 15-year-old girlfriend, to help find a way to restore his face.

Klein, who has designed clothes for Nicki Minaj, Pink and Joan Collins, told DailyMailTV: “I’m happy, very happy with the procedure. It’s revolutionary.

“You go in and let the procedure go through, 15-20 minutes and then you go home. As the days go by, you will see the results. It’s unbelievable.’

Her love: Lloyd has denied reports that Jocelyn had surgery, saying,

Her love: Lloyd has denied reports that Jocelyn had surgery, saying, “She never really did anything to change her face. I have photos from 16 years old where she looks exactly the same as today’ (pictured in 1997)

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