Gainsbourg contemplates Cosmetic Surgery as career crossroads approaches

Doctors with a patient smallActress Charlotte Gainsbourg has admitted to not liking ageing, and conceded that her opinion on undergoing Cosmetic Surgery has changed as she has got older. Now 42, London-born Gainsbourg, star of Jane Eyre, Antichrist and Nymphomaniac, had previously vowed to "stay natural" but has now admitted to Marie Claire magazine: "I find [ageing] very distressing. "Movies are getting hard for me. I don't want to be embarrassed by my appearance when I see myself on film. So either I make peace with the fact that I am ageing, or I don't and I quit acting."The fact that her film career seems busier than ever she currently has no fewer than four projects in post-production may be a big factor, but Gainsbourg admitted: "For the longest time I was one of those people who thought it was important to 'stay natural', but now I'm faced with the reality of it, I'm changing my mind a bit." She added that she would insist on the effects of any procedure being "minimal, so that nobody notices", but by the same token said: "I've heard that you have to do it early on. So I don't know when, but maybe sometime soon". -How do you plan to reverse the signs of ageing? Let us know on Twitter.