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January Jones stuns in the online magazine The Edit.

January Jones poses for the latest issue of the online magazine The Edit. The pictures are amazing! She looks more beautiful than ever! In the interview, January opens up about her son’s paternity (again), being pregnant, and knowing that she would have to raise her son alone.

You can read the full interview here, but here are some highlights:

Why she stays off social media: “As an actor, if people know too many things about you they won’t believe you in a certain character. You don’t want people to have a preconceived idea of who you are.”

On keeping her son’s father a secret: “It’s just not something the public needs to know. I don’t divulge my sexual preferences. There are parts of your life – no matter what your job – that should remain private. When I was starting out, other actors advised me to keep certain things close to the vest. When you become a public figure people want to know everything about you, and then [they] pick it apart – it becomes negative. When my son asks those questions, I want him to [hear it from me]. I don’t want him to be able to Google it.”

Being pregnant: It was the “most healthy and peaceful I have ever felt”, and she can’t imagine parenthood any other way. “I don’t have room for anything else, so I don’t know how I would have done it with a partner. I knew I would be raising my son alone. It was something I went in to knowingly, I was prepared mentally – and I was excited about it.”

Starting off as a model: “I didn’t like modeling. The greatest thing I took from [it] was self-appreciation: I was good at dealing with disappointment. You go on 10 go-sees a day, so when I got to LA and started auditioning, I was used to rejection.”

When ‘Mad Men’ ends: “It will be very sad. We are all so close that we will keep in touch, but I don’t think we will ever have this kind of experience again – from the relationships we’ve made to the success we have had, to the cultural impact [of the show].”

Betty in the end: “I am supposed to say I’d like Betty to find happiness or end up with Don, but I think that would be unrealistic. People just don’t end up with the happily ever after, you have your good and bad days. I am not sure Betty is the type of person who, when faced with what would make her happy, would be able to recognize it.”

I think it’s great that January keeps the identity of her son’s father to herself. I think she’s right, it’s no one’s business. When the time comes – the only person that needs to know is her son. I can appreciate her honesty, really. She’s very abrupt, but I kinda like it.

PS: These pictures are GORGEOUS! FOUR MORE AFTER THE JUMP! More »

January Jones opens up about her style in the New York Times, says “I want to do things that are shocking.”

January Jones is not about to reveal the identity of her son’s father, and you have Jack Nicholson to thank for that.

While everyone (me) believes the baby daddy is Jason Sudeikis, it’s also been rumored to be Bobby Flay and Matthew Vaughn (who is married to supermodel Claudia Schiffer).

In a new interview with The New York Times, January Jones opens up about ‘Mad Men,’ how people perceive her, and why she won’t reveal who the father of her son, Xander, is.

On being playing the uptight Betty Draper on ‘Mad Men':

“That was the fear for me,” Ms. Jones said, “that we’d be in the third season, and you’d hate the character.”

Ms. Jones regards Betty with compassion. “She is really searching for something, but doesn’t know herself well enough to know what might make her happy,” she said. If Betty seems unmoored, “that’s because she is a little girl, an orphan,” Ms. Jones said. “She has a childlike emotional response to things. You have to treat that very, very tenderly.”

On the scene in ‘Mad Men,’ where Betty tells her husband he can “rape” one of Sally’s friends:

“Betty has a sick sense of humor,” Ms. Jones said. “People need to realize that in that scene, Betty is just basically trying to make Henry blush. “

On the identity of her son’s father:

“That’s my son’s business,” she said. “It’s not the public’s business.”

Fans might relate better to her if she did discuss her private life, but the prospect seems not to interest her. “Jack Nicholson once told me: ‘You should never give your personal life away, otherwise people will pick you apart. They’ll never believe in your character.’ ”

On eating the placenta after her son was born:

“It was like taking a vitamin blended into a smoothie,” she said unabashedly, explaining that the practice is a common folk remedy against postpartum blues. Maybe she shouldn’t have been so candid, Ms. Jones said, adding with pinch of sarcasm: “I’m a mammal. I nursed. I did all kinds of weird stuff.”


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