Cybill Shepherd
Photo: George Burns/Harpo Studios
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Turning 60, however, was a turning point. "You decide what's really important in your life," she says.

Now that she's older, Cybill says her definition of real beauty has changed. "If we don't work to develop that depth and [have] more fun too—and really laughing and crying as much as possible—learning to love ourselves as we age is one of the most challenging things we can do," she says. "Look at everything and find something you can love about your body."

Cybill's case of mistaken identity
FROM: Aging Beauty: Cybill Shepherd, Linda Evans and Teri Hatcher
Published on September 30, 2010

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