I haven’t had anything done and I don’t think I will. But if it makes somebody happy then that’s up to them. I’m not in somebody else’s skin to know what makes them feel better about themselves. But I don’t plan to do it myself.
… says Angelina in a recent interview for The Daily Mail.
Angelina Jolie is Vogue’s December covergirl – and she brings by a few interesting quotes:
On wearing black: â€œAs Brad’ll tell you-and my kids-apparently Mommy only wears black,â€ she says. Because she was a Goth, right? No, she says, it’s utilitarian, it’s practical: â€œI like to get up so every pair of pants goes with every top, every dress goes with every shoe. I’ve a very tiny closet. Brad’s always laughing at me. Some days, yes, I have the nightgown that looks like a dress that I can sleep in and pick the kids up at school. And maybe take a meeting if I switch into heels.â€
Jolie on her complicated life: â€œI was feeding the babiesâ€-Vivienne and Knox-â€œwhile I was reading the script [of Salt],â€ she remembers, â€œand I was feeling very round and lovely and Mom-y, and I’d been living in a nightgown for a very, very long time.â€ Part of the reason she did it was to get back in shape (â€œpracticing the stunts is where you get your strength backâ€).
On playing strong female characters, specifically in Salt: â€œI felt it was a weird thing that every time you ask for a strong female role, it’s written in this strange way where it uses sexuality far too much. Or it’s all about being a woman and beating a man. So it wasn’t a surprise to me that the only way to do a strong female role properly was to not have originally written for a woman.â€