Cate Blanchett: Australians "don't pay attention to social class"

Cate Blanchett reveals in Vogue Australia February 2014 that she isn’t worried about the aging process.

The Aussie actress says she’s not scared of growing old: “Should I be? What for? Who would want a face that hasn’t seen or lived properly, hasn’t got any wrinkles that come with age, experience and laughter?” she told Vogue Australia. “Not me, anyway. We’re all traveling in the same direction.”

Care also discussed her sons Roman, Ignatius and Dashiell: "They are magnificent boys… If they know how to cut wood, light a fire, ride horses and will always help an old lady cross the road, then we won’t have done too badly as parents,” she said.

On Australia: "I don’t think Australians are any less pretentious than other people. But it’s true that we’re generally good company and we don’t pay attention to social class.”