“I haven’t messed with my face”: The beauty of the cinema, Sophia Loren grows naturally and without surgery
Sophia Loren in a recent interview she gave to AARP magazine talked about her real age, but also how old she feels.
Sophia Loren: Age is a number and she won’t let it affect her
Age is just a number, and Sophia Loren isn’t willing to let that number affect her vitality, the way she chooses to live her life, and how she feels inside. This was made absolutely clear by the 86-year-old star, whose illustrious film career has won her 5 Golden Globes.
Lauren, who plays a Holocaust survivor in the new Netflix movie “The Life Ahead,” shared the wisdom she’s gleaned after nearly nine decades of life. Speaking to the magazine, according to the New York Post, the 86-year-old actress referred to 6 things she learned over the years that contributed drastically to her happiness.
Sophia Loren: The important thing is how safe and happy I feel inside
“When I look in the mirror, I approve of myself. I don’t ask “are you perfect?” or “are you beautiful?”. No! The important thing is how safe and happy I feel inside” she underlined, explaining the first rule for happiness.
Sophia Loren: Joy in her life is brought by the close relationship with her children and grandchildren
The close relationship with her children and grandchildren is the second thing that brings joy to the life of the actress, who now lives in Switzerland. “My two sons have two children and we often talk on the phone, send each other pictures. I try to live these beautiful moments in the midst of the pandemic, while we all wait for a better tomorrow”.
The third and fourth “ingredients” of the star’s happiness are two practices that she has been implementing for years: Her effort to taste the small joys of life and the conscious removal of negativity from her life.
Sophia Loren: She made the decision to age naturally and not change herself
As a fifth factor contributing to her happiness, Lauren cited her decision to age naturally. “Why change your body and become someone else if you’re fine inside? It never occurred to me to do such a thing. Never. I like what I have. I like myself!’
Rounding off her tips for a happy life, Lauren – who lost her husband Carlo Ponti in 2007 after 4 decades together – pointed out that a basic rule in her life is to come to terms with the things she can’t change.
“I was very upset when I lost my husband. You never get over that feeling. Never. Every time you think about it, a strong feeling of loneliness returns. But this is life”, concludes the 86-year-old.
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