Charlize Theron knows her face is changing

Charlize Theron knows her face is changing

Charlize Theron has a strong response for those who assume she’s undergone plastic
surgery. In a new interview with Allure, the Oscar-winning actress opened up about beauty
and aging in Hollywood and shut down some rumors about her own journey. She shared,
”My face is changing, and I love that my face is changing and aging.” Charlize
added, ”People think I had a facelift. They’re like, ”What did she do to her
face?” I’m like, ”F**k, I’m just aging. It doesn’t mean I got bad plastic
surgery. This is just what happens.” The Mad Max Fury Road star also shared her
thoughts on double standards around getting older and advocated for more compassion toward
how people choose to navigate their personal journeys with aging. She said, ”I’ve
always had issues with the fact that men kind of age like fine wines and women like cut
flowers. I despise that concept, and I want to fight against it. But I also think women
want to age in a way that feels right to them. I think we need to be a little bit more empathetic
to how we all go through our journey. My journey of having to see my face on a billboard is
quite funny now.” Charlize, who was a mom to daughters Jackson and August, reflected
on how her girls perceive age, saying, ”They have no concept of what age is like. They
see somebody, they like what they’re wearing, or they think they’re pretty, and they don’t
really know if she’s in her 20s or she’s in her 60s. It’s so great. I love that. I wish
we could just maintain that.” Charlize loves being a mom and often brings her kids into
her Hollywood world. At the 2022 premiere of her film, The School for Good and Evil,
she told Access Hollywood how she gave them a sneak peek at the movie.
Have your girls seen it yet? Have they been able to enjoy it yet? Did you do like a closed
screening with just you or what? We watched it. You know that scene in Charlie and the
Chocolate Factory where the grandparents are all in bed together? We watched it like that
in Rome. It was a rough cut. And we watched it over three nights because it’s a long movie.
But they love the movie. They’re really upset that I wasn’t the dean of good.
Really? Yes. I mean, they were like, ”Mom, you played the evil queen. Enough already.
Wear a pink princess gown.” And I’m like, ”I don’t know if that’s me.” But they loved it.
But it’s so funny when they watch a rough cut, they fancy themselves directors. Of course,
with their notes. Yeah, they’re like, ”Mom, I don’t know about those special effects shots.”
I’m like, ”You know the movie’s not finished and you’re 10.” That part. To be a kid, to
live with the audacity of a child. Oh, God. It’s just so innocent and pure. You can’t
hate them. You cannot. Because if an adult said that, you’d be like, ”You pretentious
F.” But with a kid, you just go, ”Aww.” A hundred percent. It’s so pure. And you know
also that it has also got to be cool just to have something that they can… I’m sure
they were very excited about. Everyone loved these books. Yes. Yeah. They started reading
them and they just never… They haven’t really been able to celebrate what mom does. And
it’s fine, but it’s nice for them to finally seem… There’s no hiding scenes. Sometimes
they watch movies and I’m like, ”Oh my God, don’t watch this part.” Pillow, pillow, earmuffs.
And this one, they can watch the whole thing.

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