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Tom Cruise’s face is back to normal after viral ‘puffy’ photos

Tom looks back to normal after shocking fans earlier this month Credit: BackGrid

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Tom Cruise’s face is back to normal after viral ‘puffy’ photos

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After shocking fans with his unrecognizable looks, Tom Cruise has been photographed looking more like himself.

The star piloted a helicopter to Battersea heliport in London on Wednesday evening during production for Mission: Impossible 8.

Fans started to worry about Tom Cruise’s face in October after he attended a Los Angeles Dodgers baseball game in San Francisco and looked drastically different than we are used to seeing him.

He appeared considerably different when photographed watching the game with his son, as he appeared more “puffy” than he did during his Top Gun days.

Tom looks back to normal after shocking fans earlier this month
Credit: BackGrid

As a result, The Sun tossed numerous theories at the wall in the hopes that one of them might hold. “Tom definitely looks swollen and puffy,” medical expert Dr. Alice Henshaw told the UK tabloid. “This could be due to filler, post-procedure swelling, or weight gain. Often, surgical procedure such as a platysmal plasty, or neck lift, combined with a mid-facelift could create this type of swelling in these areas, and scars are easily disguised.”

But now, after he landed a helicopter in London, Tom, the action man and passionate aviator, has been seen looking more like his former self.

The Hollywood A-lister, who earned his private pilot’s license in 1994, kept it casual in a black jumper as he safely landed the chopper.

He was accompanied on the aircraft by two male passengers with whom he appeared to be conversing through a headset as he concentrated on the landing.

And whatever the problem was last month, we don’t have to worry about it any longer.

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