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“I did a little makeup.” Marlene Joubert talks about the difficulty of aging without taboos.

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in an interview with Paris gameThe 8-year-old actress and writer talks about her way of accepting the passage of time and aesthetic surgery.

Marlene Joubert was photographed on the cover of the magazine this week Paris game. In a lengthy interview, she looks back on her career, the bond she shares with her twin daughters Joe and Eva Green, and aging. Indeed, when a reporter asks him if this is something he accepts, he replies bluntly. He, who also writes stories for children, says that he reads a lot.

Eva Green’s mother also expresses her opinion about cosmetic surgery. “[Cela] perhaps a disaster. You have to practice relatively young, choose the right doctor, know how to stop in time.” He who mentions honesty as an essential characteristic also reveals that he has resorted to it;

Car accident

the heroine of Married for 2 yearsNow 83, reveals the efforts she devotes to staying fit and trim. “Trying to look good takes effort. I do gymnastics with a trainer three times a week; I follow my diet because I believe that you become what you eat.’

Still talking about her appearance, the actress also talks about the car accident she had at the age of 22, which left a big 13-centimeter scar on her face. “I barely left the house for a year so as not to show myself.” And to explain that it was her love for Claude Berry, with whom she was in a relationship at the time, that helped her overcome this ordeal.

Finally, when the reporter asks him why the photo shoot accompanying this interview will surely be the last, Marlene Joubert replies: A very honest observation once again from a woman who chose to leave cinema at the age of 44. And who prefers that we read and listen to him rather than watch him, the one who was a pioneer in the field of audiobooks?

Source: Le Figaro

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