Candice Bergen is unapologetic about self-love, and at 76, she opts to be herself more than anyone else. The iconic Hollywood star is not afraid to be funny, add weight, or do the inevitable—age

Candice Bergen got her start in the entertainment world by working closely with her famous father, Edgar Bergen. Prior to pursuing significant acting jobs, she pursued her first love, fashion. She has been on the cover of Vogue.

Bergen did very well in the movie business once he decided to focus on it. He got big parts in political satire, Western, romance, and epic movies, as well as in Broadway plays and funny comedies.

Her dedication to the profession is apparent, and it has garnered her several honors over the years, including five Emmys and two Golden Globes.

But discussing Bergen without recognizing her striking beauty is inadequate. Her sapphire-colored eyes, a wonderfully formed nose that many women desired, her Nordic beauty, and a deep yet feminine voice made the “Carnal Knowledge” star an enchantress.

Even though she was a Hollywood classic beauty, it was hard to keep her look so perfect. Although her beauty got her places, it came at a cost. In one of her books, the brutally honest actress stated:

“I can understand how crucial my appearance has been to individuals. I had no clue how important they were. “Beauty is an all-access ticket,” opening doors and eliciting employment offers long before they are properly justified… “And I went anywhere and everywhere.”

Bergen recalled her father’s instructions while traveling everywhere. He had persuaded her that attractive women may become engulfed in the spotlight and have a bad outcome.

Fortunately, the “Love Letters” singer, who saw personally how indifferent people were, especially when they were attracted by her beauty rather than her genuine nature, dragged herself off the high horse.

She was unaffected by vanity and was able to deal with the attention. Bergen engaged her talent by beginning to write and take photographs. In her own words:

“I explored other interests, such as writing and photography.” I never, ever asked for a mirror on set. I’m the only girl or guy I’ve seen that didn’t seem to mind… “I’m not really vain.”

Despite her age, she was always aware of the difficulties that gorgeous women experience. In 2020, the magnificent actress, who still proudly wears her natural beauty, admitted to The New York Times that beautiful women are rarely witty.

They try to maintain elegance and never make fun of themselves, according to her. Bergen stated candidly that she was the black sheep.

Unlike other gorgeous women, the actress found satisfaction in being amusing and expressed her delight at being in “Murphy Brown,” while also expressing sadness at the show’s inability to revive.

Bergen felt no obligation to keep her attractiveness up to Hollywood standards. What appeared best for her was to deviate from the usual.


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In her second memoir, “A Fine Romance,” published in 2015, the author openly discussed her nutrition. The actress admitted to being overweight and labeled herself a champion eater who isn’t frightened of carbohydrates or fat.

Bergen enjoys being a mother and grandma, in addition to making shocking disclosures about her daily life and being unapologetic about her lifestyle.

In a 2020 interview with The New York Times, the “Let Them All Talk” actor said that she never kept a rigid diet and once ate a whole pie.


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Her daughter, Vogue staff member Chloe Malle, acknowledged that the actress’s vanity deficit extends to her “I don’t care attitude, which has proven to be harsh and invigorating at the same time.

Bergen enjoys being herself, despite everything. She is not worried about using cosmetics to seem flawless and ageless, nor is she concerned with concealing her white hair. Instead, the 76-year-old has accepted her age and enjoys flaunting her natural features, particularly the deep creases along her lips.

However, the seasoned actress said that she got her eyes done for “Murphy Brown” a long time ago when people complained about her hooded lids. “Now you look like Candice Bergen again,” says her makeup artist, who is always happy to work on her face.


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Whether or not people are drawn to her natural beauty, the Hollywood legend has embraced her reality—thanks to age—and does not mind accepting it because, as she puts it, “I simply don’t care enough, and in a sense, it’s saved me.” The actress went on to say:

“They whine about female body parts; people complain about growing old.” “Growing old is a luxury.”

Bergen, who was married to French filmmaker Louis Malle until his death in 1995, now lives in a fancy Fifth Avenue condominium with her second husband, real estate entrepreneur Marshall Rose.


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She has stood by him while he has gracefully faced health issues throughout the years. But her spouse isn’t the only one who has earned her affection.

Bergen enjoys being a mother and grandma and has put herself into both roles, in addition to making stunning disclosures about her daily life and being unapologetic about her lifestyle.

The actress has a close relationship with her daughter and has previously stated that Malle’s birth was the most important event in her life. However, the highlight of her year came, as expected, on May 19, 2020, when she gained the grandma title with the birth of her grandson Artie.


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Bergen is preoccupied with caring for her grandchildren. She has become tearful several times when speaking about her connection with children, and she wishes to have a strong relationship with them even when they are older.

A look at her Instagram profile reveals that the actress is already laying the groundwork for an enduring friendship with Artie and Alice. She plays with them, bathes them in the same bathtub their mother used, feeds them, and spends significant holidays with them, such as Christmas and Halloween.

Despite her hectic grandparenting schedule, she finds time to amuse and interact with admirers. Bergen demonstrates that she is not scared to eat on camera while also being a gorgeous and witty woman.

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