Emilia Clarke remembered her impeccable response after being told she needed fillers in her face, during an interview not long ago. The actress didn’t appreciate the suggestion and she quickly clapped back!
Speaking to Elle magazine, the Game of Thrones star recalled what she called “the worst skincare advice” she had ever received in her life!
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“I once had a facial doctor say I needed filler. I just showed her the door. I was literally like, “get out. ‘
The star, who is now 34, was apparently only 28 at the time and thought the advice was inappropriate.
At one point during the interview, Emilia also talked about aging in the film industry and how younger actors are generally preferred.
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‘You have the idea of getting older, and then you have the idea of how aging makes you look. At the age of 34 I am wiser, more intelligent, I have had more experiences, I have done all these things and I am proud of that. You can only do that because you are as old as you are. Time is all you can do those things. So if my face will reflect the time I spent on this Earth, then I am ready. ‘
The actress then cited her own mother as an example of someone who, despite never having had cosmetic surgery, looks “incredibly beautiful.”
“I look at women and actors older than me who are f ** king beautiful and think that what your skin does when you get older is elegant. I can imagine them saying “Ssh, you can’t talk about this yet,” but I have lines on my forehead. ”
But if she ever thought about getting fillers, she should be thinking about her career too, as she said fillers can’t be lit because they look “shiny and strange” on camera.
Furthermore, “I work in an industry where I have to move my face, and I have to be expressive. If my job tells me I need a little more than possibly a little bit of Botox when I’m 45 or whatever, I’ll quit the job. ‘