82-year-old Jane Fonda starred in a photo shoot for the gloss and told about plastic surgery

82-летняя Джейн Фонда снялась в фотосессии для глянца и рассказала о пластических операции

82-year-old Jane Fonda was the guest star of the March issue of the canadian Elle. There’s a woman admitted that despite his age and a double struggle with cancer will no longer resort to plastic surgery, and although I did not refuse them.

For the famous glossy magazine Jane Fonda tried on a few spring images, and the photographer was Max Abadian.

82-летняя Джейн Фонда снялась в фотосессии для глянца и рассказала о пластических операции

82-летняя Джейн Фонда снялась в фотосессии для глянца и рассказала о пластических операции

82-летняя Джейн Фонда снялась в фотосессии для глянца и рассказала о пластических операции

82-летняя Джейн Фонда снялась в фотосессии для глянца и рассказала о пластических операции

Jane Fonda for Elle Canada / Photo: Max Abadian, Elle Canada

Legendary American actress in my life played not only in numerous films, but faced difficulties of a personal nature, a woman has twice battled cancer. Despite this, she retained the beauty of the body, and has no plans to improve with the help of plastic surgeons.

What is known about the disease of Jane Fonda?
In 2018, Jane Fonda admitted that in 2010, survived a cancer – then she was diagnosed with breast cancer. The tumor was discovered accidentally during a routine medical examination, after which it successfully removed. In 2018, the disease again caught up with the actress, but in the form of cancers on the lower lip. Then the star also successfully overcame the illness.

I’m tired of pretending, enough! I’m not gonna do yourself any plastic surgery – is no longer going to cut yourself. I’ve done a lot of work to become more self-confident. It wasn’t easy. I can honestly say, it was a long, long struggle for me
– admitted the actress.

According to her, previously she has repeatedly appealed to the services of “doctors beauty” because they had insecurities of childhood. Large imprint on it left and his mother’s suicide.

“I knew that if I told the truth, many women will understand me. Most of us have the same problem: we believe that not enough good, beautiful, must please everyone, starting with the father, not thin, smart … I grew up in the 1950s, when my mother killed herself, and I unconsciously adjust to men and their opinions. I still find this difficult to overcome,” said Jane.

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