Joan Collins’ next birthday is a big one as the living legend turns 90.
The dynasty icon shared her attitude towards aging for a new interview with Saga Magazine about her next juicy role playing Wallis Simpson, the woman behind Edward VIII’s abdication. I have clarified the hint.
She likes to focus her tireless energy on how she “looks, feels and behaves.” And she found the whole concept of talking about a woman’s age to be “extremely rude.”
She told the publication: But since I was 38, people called me an older woman. ”
While discussing the roles she’s played in the past, and the role many assume she plays in her real life, it’s her most famous as Alexis Carrington in Dynasty. Thanks to the role is the role of “super bitch”… in reality.
“In my experience, I think it is utterly absurd that strong, resilient women are portrayed as dangerous while the real threat is predatory men.
Instead, Joanne opened up about how happy and lucky she is as she celebrates her 20th wedding anniversary with husband Percy Gibson.
“He takes care of my kids and all of our finances. He’s the love of my life,” she happily shared.
“Of course we have little spats like any other couple, but we have our safe space.”
Joanne is an iconic diva who has revealed that her safe place is her walk-in closet.
Proving that she still has the energy and ambition of a woman in her 40s, Joan’s Diary prepares to take on the role as Wallis Simpson, her next project that could be a movie. Stay busy. Or a TV series.
She said, “I’m playing the Duchess of Windsor from the time the Duke died until he died. It’s a great story.”
Wallis was an American divorcee who fell in love with Prince Edward. Protocol famously abdicated less than a year after taking the throne in one of the most shocking moments in royal history, as Edward refused the chance to marry her and become king. is.
Edward’s abdication meant that his brother George VI became king and paved the way for the current Queen Elizabeth II to become monarch.
After Edward’s death in 1972, Wallis rarely appeared in public, and her time is shrouded in great mystery and speculation.
Joan will definitely enjoy playing on screen.