Former supermodel Jerry Hall has spoken out against Botox and is against the wrinkle-smoothing treatment which makes people look ''silly''.
Jerry Hall has blasted ''silly looking'' Botox injections.
The former model - the ex-wife of Sir Mick Jagger - has spoken out against the wrinkle-smoothing treatment and after admitting that she thinks celebrities look ''silly'' after having the wrinkle-reducing procedure.
In an interview with Good Housekeeping magazine, she vented: ''I am very against it. I think it looks silly - people with mean-looking eyebrows.''
Jerry insists she doesn't get her clear complexion from following a particularly healthy lifestyle because she has and still does enjoy drinking alcohol and smoking cigarettes and she regularly sun bathes, despite medical advice being against all three things.
She joked: ''I am 58. That is pretty old, for God's sake. I look pretty good for my age, and I am enjoying that.
''But I smoke, I drink, I like wine, I love sun tanning, I drink coffee. I am doing all sorts of things I shouldn't do.''
Instead the statuesque beauty explained that she doesn't let the stress of ageing bother her and that is reflected in her skin.
Jerry - who is in a relationship with Professor Armand Leroi - said: ''I think you feel less stressed at my age. You are not so bothered - everything is water off a duck's back. It is something that happens with age; I am not bothered about anything. What will happen will happen.''
Her slim figure isn't the result of working out in the gym or with the help of a personal trainer either, as the mother-of-four explained that she gets her enviable physique from doing lots of housework.
She quipped: ''You can burn a lot of calories mopping the house!''
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