'Finally I Can Breathe', Hazel Keech Thanks Mother-in-law After Undergoing A Surgery

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Bollywood actress Hazel Keech posted a note sharing that she was suffering from a chronic problem and that she recently underwent a surgery

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

Bollywood actress Hazel Keech who is also married to Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh recently posted a note sharing that she was suffering from a chronic problem and that she recently underwent a nose surgery. 

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Posting a long and heartwarming note thanking her mother in law, Hazel wrote, "A month ago, I had a surgery to fix my nose - for as long as I can remember I've struggled to breath through my nose, although not a serious health issue, a chronic one that I just learnt to live with..." She goes on to add, "Lucky enough for me it annoyed my mother-in-law so much that she finally took me to a hospital, because of which we came to know just how much internal damage there was and understood the problem. So thanks to her I have a new nose."

Here's her post: 


Hazel Keech tied the knot with Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh in 2016. 

On the work front, she was last seen in the film, 'Bodyguard'. In a recent media interaction, Keech revealed that she has previously worked in three Harry Potter movies as a child artist where she played the role of a Hogwarts student. She was featured in ' Harry Potter & the Philosopher’s Stone', 'Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets' and 'Harry Potter & the Prisoner of Azkaban'.  

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