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Sarah Jessica Parker recently opened up about her views on plastic surgery. During an appearance on "The Howard Stern Show," the actor spoke about how she's thought about getting a handful of cosmetic enhancement procedures over the years.
"I think about all of it," she says in response to Stern asking her if she's ever got a facelift, Botox, or any other treatments. "I honestly think I missed out on the facelift," she adds. "The old fashion one that you get when you're 44." Parker explains that never actually felt like she needed any of these major procedures, but has definitely felt pressure to look a certain way as she's navigated a career in Hollywood.
Though it isn't the primary focus of the show, "And Just Like That" has tackled ageing in various episodes. In one rather topical scene, Carrie Bradshaw considers a facelift before deciding against it. And in another, Miranda Hobbes wrestles with her grey hair and whether to continue dyeing it or not.
Ultimately, Parker just wants everyone to do what works for them and she has no beauty regrets. "When we first came back on the air there were so many endless articles about ageing and ageing gracefully. . . I think people should do whatever makes them feel better walking out the door, frankly," she says.
Watch the full interview below.