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Famous actress Emilia Clarke was open about the idea of ​​aging and beauty in a youth obsessed world

Speaking to Elle UK, the 34-year-old Game of Thrones actress said she fully agrees with the idea of ​​aging as it reflects everything she has learned and experienced during her time on earth

“You have this idea of ​​aging and then the idea of ​​what aging makes you look like. At 34, I’m wiser, smarter, I’ve had more experiences, I’ve done all of these things and I’m proud of it,” she said

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“You can only do that because you are your age. Time is the only thing that allows you to do these things. When my face reflects the time I’ve spent on this earth, I’m dejected for it”, she continued

“My mom has never worked and I find her incredibly beautiful. I look at women and actors who are older than me who are [expletively] beautiful, and I think what your skin does as you age is elegant “She said

“I can imagine them all saying, ‘Ssh, you can’t talk about this just yet’ but I have lines on my forehead,” she added

She also revealed if she’s had the pressure of having cosmetic surgery or injections over the course of her career: “Oh my god, yes you hear from all of your contemporaries who made it and you say,” Does that mean I must? Shall I do that? “And then you work on a movie and the cameraman lights you up beautifully and you get over it”

“I work in an industry where I have to move my face and be expressive, and you can’t light a filler, you just can’t light it. It doesn’t look right, you look shiny and weird when my job tells me to that at 45 or whatever I have to have more than just a little botox then I stop doing the job, “she added

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World News – UK – Emilia Clarke prides itself on her aging traits, although the industry prefers the youth

Source: https://www.thenews.com.pk/latest/800061-emilia-clarke-is-proud-of-her-ageing-features-despite-the-industry-favouring-youth