Jane Fonda said that she was tired of people telling her that she looked tired when she was not.
Jane Fonda went under the knife to appear more youthful in Hollywood, but now the Oscar-winning actress says she wants, they do not physically change themselves.
“I am happy that I look good for my age, but I have plastic surgery,” admitted the 80-year-old in a new HBO documentary about her life, with the title “Jane Fonda in Five companies,” as reported by People Magazine on Thursday.
“I’m not going to lie about that,” she added.
Fonda shared she had done on her eyes and jawline to feel more comfortable in her own skin as they age in front of the cameras.
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“I was tired of looking tired when I wasn’t,” she explained. “On one level, I hate the fact that I’ve had the need to change myself physically to feel that I am OK.
“I wish I were not so. I love older faces. I love wrinkled faces. I loved Vanessa Redgrave’s face. I wish I was braver. But I am what I am.”
But Fonda, who had earlier started a workout video empire in her younger years, said she still puts in the work to stay in shape. The star revealed that even at her age, she exercises regularly “just slower now,” and is a fan of Pilates.
Jane Fonda says she still works out regularly to stay in shape.
She is also credited with a good attitude for help to return in the hands of the time.
“When I stand upright, it is a very different thing,” she said. “Your age is less chronological and more an attitude.”