Julia Roberts says she wouldn't rule out cosmetic surgery
29 July 2010
Hollywood star Julia Roberts has revealed that she would not rule out cosmetic surgery if she felt she needed it in the future - but also said she is currently very happy with her self-image. The 42-year-old star - who made her name in the hit 1990 comedy Pretty Woman before going on to become one of Hollywood's leading ladies - has good genes and a sensible attitude to thank for her continued good looks. However, in a recent interview with OK! magazine, Julia said she might consider plastic surgery if her beauty starts to fade. "Well, [cosmetic surgery] seems to make some people happy," Julia observed. She didn't mention any particular procedure she might be considering for the future, but did add that she'd "never say never." Discussing her modelling career, Julia also said she finds it more "fun" now she's in her 40s, because she can let go more and enjoy herself. "The whole idea of modelling in my 40s, I think, is very modern and fun," she said. "There's a kind of joy and sense of fun to doing it right now, a sense of being secure in who you are that I feel today in my 40s." As well as enjoying continuing success in Hollywood, appearing in this year's romantic comedy Valentine's Day as well as the upcoming Eat, Pray, Love, Julia Roberts is also the face of a French cosmetics company.