The actress prefers to celebrate every phase of her life instead of crying over what I’ve been through.

For Renee Zellweger, ‘aging is a privilege’. The 50-year-old actress said in a new interview that she is not worried about getting older, and says that people should accept this phase without worrying.

“Aging does not bother me because it is inevitable; it’s a privilege. I prefer to celebrate every phase of my life instead of crying over what I’ve been through. I don’t want to miss this moment to be someone I used to be. I feel full of energy and full of enthusiasm for what lies ahead, ”justifies Judy’s star.

Zellweger does not refer to the process as ‘aging’, but as ‘growing up’ because he thinks he is ‘learning valuable things’ as he ages.

“It’s not about getting old. We are growing up. We are getting the most valuable things: experience, knowledge, grace, insight … I think I felt I had everything at 24. I look back and think, ‘Wow!’ I have to admit that I was naive. ”