Kim Cattrall opened up about cosmetic surgery and anti-aging treatments in a new interview.
Speaking to The Sunday Times, Cattrall said that at 66 she's "all about battling aging."
Cattrall added that it helped to have "money and, more importantly, the right surgeon."
Kim Cattrall has reversed her stance on anti-aging treatments, according to a new interview with The Sunday Times.
The "Sex and the City" actor, 66, opened up about how her views on battling age have shifted over the years, having previously told the Daily Mail that she had avoided cosmetic surgery and that she wanted to "embrace aging."
"I look at people like Judi Dench, who's in her 70s, and I think, 'What the hell am I frightened of?,' she said. "In my life and career I want to embrace aging because I think that's what's interesting."
But it appears that time has softened Cattrall's views toward surgery.
"I probably said that in my forties! I'm in my sixties now and I'm all about battling aging in every way I can," Cattrall told The Sunday Times, while also highlighting the number of treatments available.
"There are fillers, Botox, there's so many different things that you can investigate and try and see if it's for you," she said.
But she added that the key was really having "the money and, more importantly, the right surgeon."
"I play a certain kind of woman who looks a certain kind of way. And professionally I am looking after myself," she said.
Cattrall isn't the only former "Sex and the City" star to share her views on aging in recent years. For her December 2021 cover shoot interview with Vogue, Sarah Jessica Parker said that she and her costars Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis have dealt with "misogynist chatter" about their looks as they've gotten older.
"There's so much misogynist chatter in response to us that would never happen about a man," Parker said. "Everyone has something to say. 'She has too many wrinkles, she doesn't have enough wrinkles.'"
"It almost feels as if people don't want us to be perfectly okay with where we are," she added.
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