I absolutely entirely agree with this. I have always considered good, strong bone structure to be key to maintaining looking good (taking away the option of surgery). Be that cheekbones, nose, chin, whatever. I find the whole symmetrical thing very offputting anyway.
Nope. It's plump cheeks, as Lorraine says.
Nowt to do with cheekbones because when muscle goes you are left with hawkish hollow cheeks.
If you keep your natural fat content on yer face (basically retain collagen for as long as possible) you can keep young-looking.
Facial exercise helps too to maintain muscle mass and form.