Cameron Diaz opens up about her past relationships and reveals her views on having children in this week’s issue of Parade Magazine, available this Sunday, May 31.
The actress — who has been linked romantically to Justin Timberlake, Jared Leto, British model Paul Sculfor, and most recently Maroon 5 star Adam Lavigne — tells Parade: “Men are wonderful. I don’t think my feeling about that is ever going to change. I’m never going to feel differently about men. I’m not a man-hater.”
The 36-year-old star appeared to be on the fence when asked if she plans to have children someday.
“I think that it’s normal for people to ask that, especially of someone my age, because it seems like the obvious thing: ‘Why haven’t you done it?’ It doesn’t bother me. It’s not the cross I bear. I’m not somebody who is going to declare either way if I’m absolutely going to or I’m absolutely not going to have children. I have no idea,” Cameron explains. “I’m still young. I have an unbelievable life. In some ways, I have the life that I haveMy Sister’s Keeper because I don’t have children.”
Cameron On Her Status As A Sex Symbol: “I don’t declare myself as one of the most beautiful women in Hollywood. That’s other people’s label.”
Cameron On Growing Older In Hollywood: “I don’t have a problem with growing older. It’s wonderful. Thank God we get older because if we’re not getting older, we’re dead.”
She added, “The great thing about getting older is you become wiser. I don’t have to prove anything to anybody because I know who I am.”
Cameron On Strength: “You know when you meet a baby and you’re like, ‘That baby has a strong will.’ Some babies just have that. I was definitely strong willed and still am.”
Cameron’s new film My Sister’s Keeper opens in theaters June 26.