Carole Bouquet and cosmetic surgery: she has trouble looking at herself in a mirror and knocks out Madonna

Invited this May 1 in Sept à Huit, Carole Bouquet returned to the thorny issue of cosmetic surgery. The opportunity for her to evoke her image in the mirror and tackle Madonna.

She was the guest of Portrait of the Week in the show Seven to Eight. Carole Bouquet was asked about her vision of her age and her image: “You assume to be a grandmother, you accept the age that you have…”, launches Audrey Crespo-Mara. To which, the actress responds cash : “Ah but I have no choice. And actress, getting older, it’s not very easy to see yourself either. I don’t really want to look at the face that I have, to tell the truth, at the image today. Because I want to play the comedy well but as long as I do, I just don’t like to see the result”she replies laughing

For Carole Bouquetthe image of more mature actresses can be difficult to grasp : “I think for women, it’s not easy… And for an actress, yes, because we can’t stop looking at you”. The TF1 journalist then asks her for her feelings on aesthetic operations: “What is the best therapy against the passage of time? Not cosmetic surgery in any case…”. A sentence that makes the actress react : “No plastic surgery… So if… Plastic surgery… When I see someone where I don’t see that he has done something. The problem is that I always see and I remark”.

Carole Bouquet: “I’m not happy to have a face that’s starting to show”

For her, the perfect example of what not to do is Madonna: “I’m sorry, but I saw images and she has talent… Of Madonna… It freaks me out… It scares me… I think to myself but how does she look in the mirror in the morning and it’s not her, it’s someone else. But when you’re alone with your mirror”. So, without cosmetic surgery, Carole Bouquet tries to accept herself as her : “And I’m not happy to have the face that starts to mark”.

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Carole Bouquet was asked about her vision of her age and her image: “You assume to be a grandmother, you accept the age that you have …”, launches Audrey Crespo-Mara.

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To which the actress replies cash: “Ah but I have no choice. And actress, getting older, it’s not very easy to see yourself either. I don’t really want to look at the head ‘ve, to tell the truth, in the picture today.”

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“Because I want to act well, but as long as I do, I just don’t like to see the result,” she replies with a laugh.

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For Carole Bouquet, the image of more mature actresses can be difficult to grasp: “I think that for women, it’s not easy… And for an actress, yes, because we don’t stop to look at you”.

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The TF1 journalist then asks him his feelings on cosmetic operations: “What is the best therapy against the passage of time? Not cosmetic surgery in any case…”.

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Carole Bouquet
A sentence that makes the actress react: “No cosmetic surgery… So if… Cosmetic surgery…”

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Carole Bouquet
“When I see someone where I don’t see that he has done something. The problem is that I always see and I notice it”.

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Carole Bouquet
For her, the perfect example of what not to do is Madonna: “Sorry, but I saw images and she has talent… From Madonna… It freaks me out.. . It scares me… ”

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Carole Bouquet – The President of the French Republic and candidate of the centrist party La Républiqu
“I tell myself but how she looks in the mirror in the morning and it’s not her, it’s someone else. But when you’re alone with your mirror”.

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So, without cosmetic surgery, Carole Bouquet tries to accept herself like her.

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“And I’m not happy to have the face that starts to mark”.

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