Jane Fonda candidly shared her stance on love, admitting she's not seeking it at 86. In a podcast interview on "Absolutely Not," she humorously quipped about being content with her age and joked about a potential partner needing to be much younger because she doesn't favor "old skin."
She playfully remarked, "I'm done, I'm over, I'm 86 years old, even in the dark I wouldn't want to be naked in front of anybody." Fonda, who turns 86 soon, jokingly mentioned that if she were to entertain the idea of a partner, they'd have to be 20 because she isn't fond of aging skin. However, she also acknowledged her reluctance to impose such preferences on others.
While she enjoys admiring younger men, the 'Grace and Frankie' star stated she doesn't intend to act on those impulses. She expressed disapproval of older men dating much younger women and doesn't want to replicate that scenario.
Fonda highlighted her vibrant social circle, filled with younger friends, emphasizing that she doesn't perceive the age difference when she's with them. She values these friendships and the energy they bring into her life, especially at her age.
At 86, she finds solace and joy in the company of younger friends and appreciates the perspectives and experiences they bring to her life, dismissing any emphasis on age differences when she's surrounded by these meaningful relationships.
(With Agency Inputs)