Salma hayek dating francois
"I don't want to do Botox and the fillers, at least not yet," explains the star, who is seated across from me in the prized (i.e., most visible) perch of the lounge's patio on a warm, breezy evening. She moved to the United States in 1994, at the height of her career as a Mexican soap star, for a shot at the big screen. When she couldn't get the parts she wanted, she created them.
REDBOOK: You came to the United States to go to boarding school, and then again after you had become a big star in Mexico — but were unknown here. You can put your body in shape like it's never been before. I'm a watchdog when it comes to what she can and cannot see. SHP: She has a very strong family core, and that creates a sense of security even though we move around a lot. The one time we fought, it was a big one, but she was just a baby and not in the room. You've only had one fight with François in the six years you've been together? [Hayek and Pinault met in 2006, had daughter Valentina in September 2007, split for a few months in 2008, then got back together and tied the knot on Valentine's Day 2009.] You'd be surprised how things don't have to escalate if your common goal is resolution.SHP: Sure, but as I got closer to my 40s I liberated myself. A husband and family might not happen, and you have to get over it and enjoy life without that." I decided to focus on the other good things I had. I told him I didn't think I could move to Paris, and he was okay with it. If he expected me to have his dinner on the table every night, then I promise you, I wouldn't cook a day of my life. [Salma had gestational diabetes, a condition that can lead to miscarriage, birth defects, and complications at birth.] Plus, we've finally figured out our family dynamic, and it works well. Valentina, however, has made it very clear that she does not want a brother or sister.He gave me my space and told me we could take it one day at a time. I don't ever want to have to depend on anyone completely. We're both so busy, and we don't live in the same place [because of their work, Salma spends more time in Los Angeles, François in Paris, where he has PPR, which owns Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent, among other fashion brands]. I don't cook French or Mexican food with exact recipes. I give the healthy Cheetos to Valentina and I eat the real ones! "Mama," she has said, "I have enough and I do not want to share you with another brother or sister." I don't even know if I could get pregnant at this point. I wear the sweats, but I will change into something else when I know he is about to come home. If you're sour, unhappy, bitter, whiny, neurotic, and paranoid about getting older, that will age you."Of all the things I've done, I'll probably be remembered most for that," she says, laughing. I have a really smart daughter, and I'm sure every mother out there feels exactly the same as I do. She said to me, "Mommy, how come you get to boss me around, but I don't get to boss you around?"But I don't care." And that's her secret, it seems: doing exactly what feels right in the moment. I was on a soap, and that's not where I wanted to be. SHP: I had plenty of doubts — I still do — because it seemed like it was never going to happen for me. And now that it's not that big of a deal, it feels like everything is starting to happen for me — and I'm 45! SHP: I'll tell you, there is nothing better in life than being a late bloomer. " And I said, "It's my privilege as your mother." And she said, "Well what is it that gives you that privilege? " RB: Is Valentina the reason you were drawn to the role in Puss in Boots?