Treating yourself to a pawdicure? Jane Fonda, 80, looks effortlessly stylish in plaid dress and thigh high boots as she heads to beauty salon with her dog
She recently admitted that she had not expected to live past her 30th birthday.
Yet Jane Fonda was looking in incredible shape shortly after turning 80 as she treated herself to a pampering session in Beverly Hills on Saturday.
Joined by her pet pooch, Tulea as she enjoyed a mani-pedi, the Hollywood legend looked effortlessly chic and remarkably youthful on the outing.
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Dressed down, the Grace and Frankie star donned a black and white checkered dress teamed with leggings.
Upping the glamour, Jane wore a pair of knee high leather boots and accessorised with a black tribly hat.
In true diva style, the Oscar-winner finished off the look with oversized shades and carried a small quilted black handbag.
The outing came after Jane – who turned 80 on December 21 – revealed to People that as a young woman she ‘never pictured 30.‘
The Barbarella star added: ‘I assumed I wouldn’t live very long and that I would die lonely and an addict of some sort.‘
‘I didn’t think if I did live this long, that I would be vibrant and healthy and still working. I’m grateful,‘ said the Monster-In-Law star.
Jane dished about her ‘fraught adolescence‘ filled with insecurity and loneliness after mother Francis committed suicide when she was 12, leaving her and her brother, actor Peter, nine, with their ‘emotionally cold‘ film star father, Henry Fonda.
She battled bulimia for years as she rose to stardom in films including Barbarella and Barefoot In The Park, winning Oscars for her role in Klute in 1971 and Coming Home in 1978.
However, Jane famously discovered health and fitness in the 1980s persuading millions of women to ‘feel the burn‘ in her workout out videos.