Vanessa Paradis on plastic surgery: “I don’t work in America, so I don’t feel the pressure.”

Vanessa Paradis covers the French issue of Marie Claire in September. Here is the cover. Vanessa looks beautiful in a lace bodysuit. The actress sat down with the magazine before her split from partner Johnny Depp.

This month, Vanessa also appears in Haper’s Bazaar. The interview was also done prior to her breakup. In the interview, she opens up about love and more.

On the eve of her breakup with Johnny Depp, actress and singer Vanessa Paradis opens up about her new role—in love and work, in an interview for Harper’s Bazaar’s September issue, on newsstands August 21.

On love: “Love is the strongest and most fragile thing we have in life,” says Paradis, 39. “Nothing is ever for sure, but when something in love doesn’t work from the beginning, it’s never going to work. Don’t push it.”

“When you meet the love of your life, it’s just obvious and natural and easier,” she says. But, she adds, “you keep learning all the time. Sometimes you could be in an unhappy relationship; you are very much in love with someone, but it’s making you unhappy and you think things can change and you can work it out.”

On fame: “I was for sure not prepared for fame when it happened,” Paradis recalls of her precipitous rise. “But nobody pushed me to do it. I wanted to sing, to dance, to work.”

On aging: She says she doesn’t plan on plastic surgery. “I don’t work in America, so I don’t feel the pressure.”

On dating: “Well, my type is obviously creative,” she says, with a quick smile. “Creative, with burning eyes and a pretty mouth.”

Rumor has it the two are working on a reconciliation. I really hope that’s the case, I loved them together.

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