Cameron Diaz: “Happy to age”
Esquire will dedicate the next issue to always blonde and always fit Cameron Diaz. The magazine has dealt with the actress the theme of time passing, inevitable in the year when Cameron turned 40 (August 30). The response of the star radiates exuberance by every word.
For the first time in my life, I’m happy. I’m excited. Aging is the best part of my life. I am grateful. I know better and I feel more experienced. As for my body, I feel better now than 40 years when I was 25.
If the concept is not clear, the photo shoot by Terry Richardson accompanying the interview clarifies what was stated by Cameron Diaz. The Hollywood diva shows off your body wearing sexy lingerie and bending his knees, as if to reconfirm the elasticity of their joints.
We understand, dear Cameron. Are you 40 years and you’re in great shape! You think that is a pleasure to grow old. And while you enjoy fame and money, we slog and admire your deeds with his mouth open. When questioned as to why they ever married, Cameron replied with a joke.
Why are smart! No, it’s hard to say. It’s not something that appealed to me. I did not want to get married when I was 20 years old, or when above 30. So we’ll see. It’s strange because, with the passage of time, I see how the relationships of my friends have evolved and the people to whom you are attracted to change. I am not attracted by the same people that I liked when I was 20 years old.
In short, the marriage does not seem to be a priority for Cameron Diaz, who has spent even now the fateful door.
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