Renee Zelleweger is currently on a promo tour for her new film, 'Bridget Jones Baby' and you can catch her on the October 2016 cover of Red magazine. On the cover which was photographed by Brian Bowen Smith, Renee is wearing a black long sleeve off-the-shoulder dress which she finished up with a minimal make-up look and loose waves. In the issue, she talks loving Bridget Jones, her friends, bullying and so much more. Continue below to read some excerpts from her interview. For more on Renee's feature, visit Red.co.uk and pick up a copy on newsstand today.
On her friends:
I depend on my little group of girlfriends... all of them different, and brilliant. We get together and watch (Beyoncé’s visual album) Lemonade, and subsequently email a million Lemonade jokes. And mantras.
On the bullying culture:
Where is it coming from that it seems okay to sit in your room and cause pain to somebody, for the sport of it? When did we become that? Trying to humiliate people we don’t know because we have an idea about who we think they are, or because it will sell papers but with no concern for the effect it might have on their lives. What are we fostering in our younger generations with this bullying behavior?
On advice to her younger self:
Don’t lose this joy, this gratitude, this enthusiasm. Keep having fun. Because at some point it starts to feel like less of a discovery and more of a responsibility and, when one outweighs the other, it gets challenging.
On talking breaks from her career:
I’m a working girl, but I did save my money so that, when it was time for me to take a minute, I could.
Credit: Red Magazine