August 17th, 2011
12:45 PM ET
Salma Hayek believes “that every woman is entitled to preserve her youth,” as she tells Allure magazine in its September issue, it's just that the actress, who turns 45 on September 2, hasn’t had to do any “preserving” yet.
“I’ve never had anything done on my face—I’ve never had dermabrasion or peels or injections of any kind, nothing,” she says.
When asked if there's a body part that she thinks looked better ten years ago, Hayek doesn't hesitate. “My boobs," she tells Allure, before adding, "They’re not bad, by the way. I’m not complaining about them.”
What does unnerve her, though, is seeing her wealthy compatriots not share the fun of being rich with their kids.
“I never understood the point of being privileged if you don’t get to have the privileges,” says Hayek, who has a three-year-old daughter, Valentina, with businessman François-Henri Pinault.
“Like, people who won’t take their kids to an expensive restaurant, or won’t travel with them, or make them pay for everything at a really young age,” she says as an example. “I think it’s important that kids have responsibilities and understand the value of things, but I think it’s great I get to travel the world with my daughter.”
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