“I now know that the best way to deal with insecurity is to remember that you’re not the centre of the universe; you’re part of a whole,” she told us.
“And the likelihood is that everybody else is probably having their own moments of low confidence, or self-doubt, or difficulties at home.”
And while the Oscar-winning actress might always appear immaculate to us, she hasn’t always thought it herself.
“I look back at some photos of myself and think, ‘Oh my god, I look awful!’, she said.
“Ninety-nine per cent of time, it’s because I’ve been wearing too much make-up. I’m finding that as I get older, I wear less because make-up is so advanced now that you can do more with less, can’t you?
“And when I need a quick fix, I get out the red lipstick and a pair of sunglasses… The secret is very red lipstick and very dark sunglasses!”