Billionaire socialite Jocelyn Wildenstein working on docuseries about life

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Socialite “Catwoman” Jocelyn Wildenstein is in talks to produce a docuseries about the ups and downs of her whirlwind life, Page Six has learned.

“She now really wants to talk about her life, what drove her, how she built a business with her fiancé in the craziness of their life together in New York,” her publicist, Brandon Cohen, exclusively told us on Wednesday.

Wildenstein, 80, who is known for her extravagant plastic surgery and cat-like features, is engaged to 54-year-old fashion designer Lloyd Klein, whom we’re told she has dated for nearly 17 years.

The docuseries will cover “her life and her life now with this fabulous designer,” we’re told.

The couple’s love story is not short of drama, having been involved in a series of arrests over domestic disputes.

However, as recently as December, they were spotted happily together at a boutique opening in Miami Beach.

Wildenstein’s name was also recently thrust into the spotlight after The Weeknd debuted his new look, which drew comparisons to the socialite’s own plastic surgery.

We’re told the singer’s track, “Save Your Tears,” is Wildenstein’s “favorite song.”

“It says so much about relationships today and how one small moment can change a relationship that can’t be fixed,” Wildenstein told us via Cohen. “Love is deep, love is scary and love is fragile. Choosing to be the person I want to be defines everything I do.”

Prior to her relationship with Klein, Wildenstein was married to her cat-loving, art-dealing husband, Alec Wildenstein, from 1978 to 1999. He died in 2008.

The Swiss-born woman received $2.5 billion in her divorce settlement and $100 million each year for the following 13 years.

Then in 2018, she filed for bankruptcy, but it was later discovered that she had an unknown stash of cash and may not be broke after all.

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