Kim Cattrall, 66, is ‘all about battling aging’ with Botox, fillers
Kim Cattrall has had a change of heart when it comes to taking cosmetic procedures to maintain her appearance. Best known for her role as Samantha Jones in the hit show Sex and the City, the 66-year-old actress has revealed she has started to embrace treatments that help her fight the signs of aging. Speaking to the Sunday Times, Cattrall said, “I’m all about battling aging in every way I can,” adding, “There are so many other alternatives now, treatments that stimulate your own body to fight aging. There are fillers, Botox, there’s so many different things that you can investigate and try and see if it’s for you.”
Cattrall did acknowledge that these treatments come at a cost and notes that finding the right surgeon is paramount. “It can’t be emphasized enough. You want to look like you!” she stressed. It is a change of heart for Cattrall, who previously stated in 2011 that she “wanted to embrace aging because I think that’s what’s interesting.”
She is preparing to make a cameo appearance in the upcoming Sex and the City reboot, And Just Like That, after previously opting out of the series spinoff. Cattrall will also appear in the Netflix series Glamorous, playing a makeup mogul.
What did Kim Cattrall say about battling aging?
In an interview with the Sunday Times, Kim Cattrall said, “I’m all about battling aging in every way I can.”
What treatments did Kim Cattrall mention?
Kim Cattrall mentioned fillers, Botox, and other treatments that stimulate the body to fight aging.
What advice did Kim Cattrall give about finding the right surgeon?
Kim Cattrall said finding the right surgeon is crucial, as you want to look like yourself.
What role is Kim Cattrall preparing for in Glamorous?
Kim Cattrall will play a makeup mogul in the Netflix series Glamorous.
Kim Cattrall, aged 66, embraces the fight against aging by using Botox and fillers.
Kim Cattrall is changing her tune when it comes to aging and cosmetic procedures. The actress, who will briefly reprise her role as Samantha Jones in the upcoming “And Just Like That” series, spoke with the Sunday Times about her evolving approach to aging in the public eye. “I’m in my 60s now and I’m all about battling aging in every way I can,” Cattrall said. “There are so many other alternatives now, treatments that stimulate your own body to fight aging. There are fillers, Botox, there’s so many different things that you can investigate and try and see if it’s for you.”
Cattrall noted that finding the right surgeon is crucial and emphasized the importance of still looking like oneself. This is a different sentiment from her past views on aging. In 2011, Cattrall told the Daily Mail she “wanted to embrace aging because I think that’s what’s interesting.” Now, she says she wants to look like the best version of herself.
Cattrall’s return to the “Sex and the City” universe was a surprise to many fans, as she previously opted out of the spinoff series. Along with her cameo in “And Just Like That,” the actress is also gearing up to star in Netflix’s “Glamorous,” for which she’ll reunite with “SATC” costume designer and close friend Patricia Field.
While Cattrall is embracing cosmetic procedures to look her best, other members of the original “SATC” cast have faced cruel commentary about their aging appearances. Sarah Jessica Parker has spoken out about the misogynistic criticism surrounding the cast’s appearances, saying it would never happen to a man. Kristin Davis has also expressed her surprise at the intense scrutiny over the cast’s faces. As Davis puts it, “It’s a whole, bigger cultural conversation we need to have, but, right now, it’s hard.”