Celebrities: Sophie Marceau looks like she did in La Boum again – Panorama

Sophie Marceau, 57, actress, is wearing her youthful hairstyle again. 44 years after the success of “La Boum – The Fete”, in which the Frenchwoman played the 13-year-old Vic, she poses for the April issue of the French magazine Vogue in the look of yesteryear: with a cult bob and bangs. This haircut is more than just a hairstyle, it is “the symbol of an entire generation”, writes the magazine on Instagram. Marceau achieved her breakthrough as an international actress with the hit film in the 1980s.

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Zendaya, 27, actress, is happy to finally be able to play a grown woman – and hopes that her fans will believe her at this age. “I was always in a high school somewhere,” said Zendaya, best known for her roles in the teen drama series “Euphoria” and the three “Spider-Man” films, the British Vogue. Working for “Challengers: Rivals” was therefore “refreshing”. “And it was also a little scary because I thought: I hope people buy into my age, or that maybe I’m a little older because I have friends who have kids or are having kids.” Zendaya has been acting since she was 13. She never went to high school herself. “I became the breadwinner for my family very early on.”

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Gwen Stefani54, and Blake Shelton, 47, singer, also share self-doubts in their marriage. “I’ve been through those times where you’re like, ‘Oh my God, is it just me getting older? Am I pretty?’ said the former “No Doubt“-frontwoman the magazine nylon. She worried about what could happen in their relationship and became “paranoid” about it. The country singer explained that they both sometimes suffer from such worries. “These are conversations that she and I have together,” he said. “Will you still love me when I’m old or when I forget who I am?” The two have been a couple since 2015 and married since 2021.

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Katharina Wackernagel, 45, actress, prefers to get to know men analogously. “I tried a dating app once. It was really interesting,” she said Colorful. She also met someone through it. “But now I have the feeling that I would rather get to know someone analogously. I deleted the app again.” But she is not looking for a permanent partner. “I’m single and enjoying it.” If she fell in love, she probably wouldn’t think about whether she wanted a relationship or not. “But apparently I don’t fall in love that easily.”

Thomas Behrendt, 68, a sculptor from Hamburg, has a royal stone in his board. At a sculpture workshop in Austria, a lady suddenly looked over his shoulder, whom he only recognized a little later as Queen Silvia of Sweden, 80. “She was very kind and friendly and asked what we were doing there,” he told the Hamburger Abendblatt. He promised the queen two alabaster stones that he wanted to work on the next day, but it was not finished on time. Silvia from Sweden showed patience and picked up the stones after lunch. As a reward there was a shared photo from the royal bodyguard’s camera.

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