Charlize Theron is a vision of elegance in a white satin dress as she steps out in NYC
Charlize Theron was a vision of elegance on Thursday in New York City as she stepped for a series of meetings.
The 46-year-old actress was clad in a black jacket over a white satin dress with black pointy toed boots on the outing in the city.
The Oscar-winning Monster star had her wavy blonde locks down and parted as she carried a black clutch with a watch, donning a black face mask.
The latest: Charlize Theron, 46, was a vision of elegance on Thursday in New York City as she stepped out during a series of meetings
The South African actress last month spoke with Elle about her career, saying she’s most proud of her ‘longevity’ as an actress over the past 26 years.
‘For every actor that’s probably the most important thing,’ she said. ‘I always knew that I really liked this job and I really wanted to try and do it for as long as I possibly could. As an actor, your biggest fear is always that with this constant great new turn out of talent that somehow people will forget about you.’
She said that when she ‘was younger’ the notion of making a living from acting exclusively ‘was such a dream.’
Theron continued, ‘It’s a tricky thing to achieve in this business,’ adding that selecting the right projects plays a major factor.
The actress was clad in a black jacket over a white satin dress with black pointy toed boots on the outing in the city
The Oscar-winning Monster star had her wavy blonde locks down and parted as she carried a black clutch with a watch, donning a black face mask
‘I feel proud of the things that I said “no” to,’ Theron said. ‘And I feel proud of the things that I said “yes” to, it was all in order to build a long career.’
Theron, who is mother to daughters Jackson, 10, and August, six, also spoke about balancing her time between parenting, her career, her activism and position as a UN ambassador.
‘I mean the balance is a very tricky thing as a single parent, no matter what job you have, but especially when you have a job that makes you travel,’ she said. ‘But that’s always evolving as my kids are getting a little older.
‘They’re not just little kids that don’t even have an awareness of where they’re going. They’re at an age now where they have interests and things to do after school!’
Theron said she and her family ‘had a really good isolation process’ at the onset of the pandemic at their Los Angeles home.
‘I was with the people I love the most, my children and my mom,’ she said. ‘There was an acknowledgement and understanding that this was time that I would never normally have with my family and so in that regard I really enjoyed it.’