Lebanese actress Ward Al Khal's provocative looks may be deceiving, as she's more conservative than other celebs we know, ehem, Maya Diab , ehem.
When asked about relationships, the actress admitted that she doesn't agree with couples cohabiting before marriage, even if some see it as freedom of choice. She was also completely against nudity and vulgarity in acting and other entertainment-related works.
But hang on a minute, didn't she in 2012 shock everyone with the statement that she strongly supports sex before marriage  and feels it is a normal thing and should not be restricted?
And in other news, in an interview with Samar, host of “Samar and Men,” Ward denied being in conflict with the cast of her Egyptian TV series “We'd Be Lying If We Said We Weren't In Love,” over the fact that she insists on speaking with her native Lebanese accent rather than using an Egyptian accent, saying that the show's cast and Director Ghada Saleem wanted her to do so.