She might be changing her address and thinking about a new job, but an aide says Hillary Rodham Clinton is sticking with the face she has.
Tabloid reports that Mrs. Clinton was eyeing plastic surgery are not true, spokeswoman Marsha Berry said Monday.
Mrs. Clinton is expected to run for the Senate from New York next year, and she and President Clinton are buying a house in suburban Westchester County north of New York City.
Speculation about cosmetic surgery began Sunday, when the New York Post's front page featured the headline "Hill's Nip & Tuck."
The tabloid, citing unidentified sources, said Mrs. Clinton had spent nearly an hour recently consulting with a Manhattan plastic surgeon.
"It's not true," Ms. Berry said Monday.
"I thought yesterday, when we said we didn't know anything about it, that that would kill it," Ms. Berry said. "But clearly it didn't."
Asked if Mrs. Clinton has had any consultations about plastic surgery or planned to have any such discussions, Ms. Berry replied, "No."