Catherine Zeta-Jones is refusing to give up her sex symbol status.
The 38-year-old actress - who was recently quoted as saying she was getting too old for sex scenes - insists she can still carry off raunchy roles and hasn't reached her peak yet.
The 'Chicago' star - who has two children, Dylan, seven, and four-year-old Carys, with 63-year-old husband Michael Douglas - said: "I'm not going to be playing old grannies any time soon. In my next movie, you'll be seeing a lot more of me, put it that way."
"You see, I haven't actually reached my sexiest point."
Catherine recently hit back at claims she had wants to give up sexy roles.
She said: "I didn't say that. Don't worry, don't worry you'll see it. It was a misquote but these roles are coming in now where I am playing more moms, but no, I'm not giving them up."
Although she's happy with the way she looks, Catherine has admitted to using Elizabeth Arden's Prevage anti-ageing cream, which costs $125 a pot.
She said: "I think my essential beauty treatment would have to be Prevage anti-aging cream. Once you start using it you can't live without it. I use it every day."
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