According to a source who spoke to People, the former Charlie’s Angels star celebrated a milestone birthday on Tuesday at Nobu in Malibu. Her husband Benji Madden, Adele, sister-in-law Nicole Richie, Zoe Saldaa, her co-star in The Other Woman Leslie Mann, and Mann’s husband Judd Apatow were all there for her big day in a private part of the restaurant that had been reserved for the occasion.
“Cameron was an amazing person. She had a wonderful time celebrating her birthday with her family and friends, “according to the source. “She was giggling and clearly having a good time with herself. She continued embracing Benji and her buddies. They continued to party for several hours.”
According to a second reliable source, Diaz is “embracing turning 50.”
“She has a deep and abiding affection for her life. She is overjoyed to be a wife and a mother, both of which she adores “the word from the inside is. “She takes pleasure in running her own business, and she can’t wait to go back into the acting game. “Life is good!” is Cameron’s go-to mantra for facing each new day.”
Raddix, Diaz’s daughter, is 212 years old, and her father, Madden, is 43 years old. After not appearing in a movie since 2014’s Annie, which also featured Jamie Foxx, she made the announcement earlier this summer that she is coming out of retirement to shoot a movie with Jamie Foxx for Netflix. The project will star both of them.
In a debate about aging that took place in May on the GOOP podcast with Gwyneth Paltrow, the actress from the movie Bad Teacher discussed the topic. She said that her “whole perspective of aging has really altered entirely, even in the previous 10 years,” particularly after becoming a mother.
“It has become completely accessible. I can hardly wait. Since I still have a little kid at home, I want to make it to the ripe old age of 110. I still have 50 or 60 years to go “she had spoken such words at the time. “I believe you have this beautiful time in your 40s where you appreciate who your parents are, and I want to share that moment with her — be there with her in her 40s.” “I think you have this amazing moment in your 40s where you appreciate who your parents are.”
Diaz has said that she is placing her hope in the genetics of her family in order to live a long and healthy life: “Strong people have always populated my family tree. At the age of 72, my grandmother was working hard in the scorching heat of the San Fernando Valley, transporting large sacks of rabbit feed and chicken feed from one place to another. I believe that I still have some of it. And, as is the case for the vast majority of individuals, I believe that what I do and don’t do contributes in some way to the way that I look and feel.”