Actor Penelope Cruz has said she is sick and tired of being asked questions about ageing. The 43-year-old star said she no longer entertains questions on the topic because she believes journalists tend to take it too far, reported Interview magazine.

Penelope Cruz
Penelope Cruz

"Journalists have been asking me, since I was, like, 22, 'Are you afraid of ageing?' That is such a crazy question for a 22-year-old girl or, for that matter, for a 42-year-old. I combat that craziness by refusing to answer the question. "When it comes to talking about ageing as an actress, I feel like, 'What the f**k? I'm not going to give you even two
minutes to honour your question. It doesn't deserve that'," Cruz told Gwyneth Paltrow.

The Oscar-winning actor said her views on the topic took a turn after the birth of her daughter, Luna (now four). "Something changed when I gave birth to my daughter. I started thinking, 'Come on, it's 2017. Why do women still have to be talking about this? It's crazy.' That sense only got bigger when I had children," she said. Cruz also has a six-year-old son, Leo with actor husband Javier Bardem.