Jerry Hall has insisted she isn't worried about ageing and can't understand why it bothers so many women.
Jerry Hall thinks women who worry about ageing are ''ridiculous and annoying''.
The Texan supermodel turns 60 next year but she isn't worried about reaching the milestone because with age comes ''beauty and respect''.
She said: ''So many women are being weak about ageing. I find it annoying. It's ridiculous to imagine you can stay young forever and live forever.
''It's taking away from young people. There's a beauty and respect in age.''
Jerry - who has four children with her ex Sir Mick Jagger - would ''never in a million years'' undergo cosmetic surgery and would rather age naturally and let the good times she has had show on her face.
She insisted to Radio Times magazine: ''I haven't done a single thing to my face. I do have lines - I laugh a lot.
''Never in a million years [would I have work done]. Some women take fat from their bottom and put it in their upper lip - you're literally kissing their ass.
''I do yoga, I do exercise, and I put on face cream.
''I smoke, I drink, I have fun. Laughing a lot is really good for you, embracing your children's future and embracing your grandchildren and not having regrets and not being bitter and not being angry.''
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