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Famed sex symbol Sharon Stone, 60, reveals her intense health and beauty regimen

She rose to fame as a sex symbol in the 1992 film, Basic Instinct.

And over 25 years later, Sharon Stone’s striking looks are still unmistakable thanks to the actress’s strict health and beauty regimen.

The 60-year-old spoke with Stellar magazine on Sunday and revealed how she maintains her stunning physique. 

Flawless: At 60 years old, actress Sharon Stone’s striking looks are still unmistakable thanks to her strict health and beauty regimen

The Hollywood star described how she ‘rarely drinks’ alcohol and instead has ‘probably 20 cups of herbal tea a day’.

She stays active with consistent dance, yoga, swimming and Pilates sessions, in addition to, until recently, using a rowing machine in her home.

‘I’m not a sedentary individual. I don’t like fat on my body. I’m a physical performer – I like to be able to use my body in my work,’ she explained.

'I'm not a sedentary individual. I don't like fat on my body. I'm a physical performer - I like to be able to use my body in my work,' she explained

‘I’m not a sedentary individual. I don’t like fat on my body. I’m a physical performer – I like to be able to use my body in my work,’ she explained

Cementing her sex symbol status in movies like Sliver, Casino and Diabolique, the Pennsylvania-born ingenue became ‘proud’ of how ‘competent’ she was at her job.

‘Because the parts were shiny, people wanted to assume this was who I was – not just how my work was. It’s difficult [for people] to see your work as your work,’ she said.

Being deemed a sex symbol throughout her four-decade career was something that ‘always eluded’ her, the actress claimed.

'Because the parts were shiny, people wanted to assume this was who I was - not just how my work was. It's difficult [for people] to see your work as your work,' she said

‘Because the parts were shiny, people wanted to assume this was who I was – not just how my work was. It’s difficult [for people] to see your work as your work,’ she said

‘I think it’s funny, given my life in these last 20 years has been more like rights activist, philanthropist, mother and part-time actress,’ she offered.

She was originally pitched for the mother role in her latest film A Little Something For Your Birthday by director Susan Walter, but Sharon shared she had other ideas.

She told Susan she had a ‘vision I could play the lead’ of a Los Angeles fashion designer in the romantic comedy and the character was eventually re-written for her.

'I think it's funny, given my life in these last 20 years has been more like rights activist, philanthropist, mother and part-time actress,' she offered

‘I think it’s funny, given my life in these last 20 years has been more like rights activist, philanthropist, mother and part-time actress,’ she offered



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