Jane Fonda, 79, admits she’s ‘not afraid of death’ as she stuns in chic photoshoot | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

Gracing the cover of Town & Country, the 79-year-old actress looked as fabulous as ever in the black and white headshot.

The Monster in Law star stunned in the unedited photo as she posed away staring into the distance while wearing a chunky necklace and statement earrings.

Proving age is just a number in another chic picture, the Oscar award winner showcased her incredibly slim figure as she gazed into the camera lens.

The Hollywood star – who is approaching 80 in December – was very honest about her outlook on life and revealed she wants to be the “best she can be as a person”.

Speaking to the magazine she said: “I’m not afraid of death, but I’m afraid of getting to the end without becoming the best I can be as a person.

“There’s a lot of time behind me and not much time ahead of me. And whatever time is left, I want to do it differently.”

Jane also confessed she misses her father, Hollywood acting legend Henry Fonda, but said she used to be “intimidated by him”.

She revealed: “I miss him so much. I think I’d be able to talk to him now, which was something I had a hard time doing when he was alive; I was too intimidated by him. There’s so much I wasn’t able to say.”

Jane is heavily involved in political activism and during the 1960s, she came out in support of the Civil Rights Movement and opposition to the Vietnam War.

However, the star admitted today’s political climate is something she has never seen before.

She added: “I’m almost 80, and so to say that I’ve never experienced this kind of nightmare before in my life is saying something… I became an activist in 1970 and if I can give any advice it’s this: We mustn’t normalise this presidency.”

Jane Fonda’s full interview is in the November issue of Town & Country out October 17.

Source : EXPRESS

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