7? 40? 85? Drew Barrymore, Margot Robbie & More Stars Tell Us the Age They'd Want to Remain Forever
In The Age of Adaline, Blake Lively's character stays 29 for nearly eight decades. Inspired by the film, hitting theaters today, we asked celebs: Which age would you want to be forever?
Margot Robbie: 7"That was a very carefree age---the oldest you can be and still believe in Santa Claus!"
Brie Larson: 7"At that age, there's a sense of magic, possibility---and no self-consciousness, which is a beautiful thing."
Greer Grammer: 17"It was my favorite year. It was a mess and I was heartbroken, but I loved everything. Now that I'm past it, I love everything about it."
Laverne Cox: 17"That's when your skin's good and your metabolism is high. But I'd want the intelligence I have now."
Gigi Hadid: 23"It's my lucky number!"
Viola Davis: 28"I had just graduated Julliard, and I didn't know life was going to be hard just yet. I liked bathing in that ignorance."
Jamie Chung: 31"You have your career in mind, and you've realized who your closest friends are. You have tons of energy---it's the perfect age to get married and start popping out babies."
Joanne Froggatt: 34"When you hit your early 30s, you feel confident and comfortable in your own skin."
Chloë Sevigny: 35"That was my peak. I was trim, slim, making an effort, and slaying the dudes. It was a good time."
Molly Sims: 37"You know enough, but you're not 40 yet. It was a great age for me."
Rashida Jones: 40"It's so uncomfortable to be in your 20s. At 40, many women have their best relationships."
Drew Barrymore: 40"I always felt younger or older than my year, and I feel like this is the first age that feels like where I'm at in my life. This one, I actually feel like everything makes sense."
Nicola Peltz: 85"You can do whatever, dress however, and say whatever. Plus, ice cream for breakfast!"