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So I looked at her and thought, “That will never happen to me.” 'But you know what?
It has happened.’ Warming to her theme, she continues, ‘I’m an old maid.’ Triumphantly, she repeats it, ‘I am an OLD MAID.’ She roars with laughter.
In addition she is a photographer, singer, author and property developer, renovating and redesigning fabulous houses. ” You’re going to be criticised whatever you do.’ In fact, she is more often praised than criticised.
Madonna was one of her clients, buying a Beverly Hills home from Keaton in 2003. I’m going to say what I think.” I'm more outspoken, less afraid. She describes the 2003 film Something’s Gotta Give – in which Jack Nicholson’s character falls in love with her – as ‘a miracle’.
We meet near her home in a hotel overlooking the beach in Santa Monica, California, to discuss her latest film, The Big Wedding – a comedy about love and relationships which prompts her to reflect on the big relationships in her own life.
‘I was really very taken with Al from the very beginning.
” But, then, if it’s a man, are you supposed to have a relationship? So at the age of 50 she adopted a baby girl, Dexter (now 17), and a few years later a boy, Duke (now 12). You want to be around for their twenties because that’s a tough time.’ Keaton is the first to describe herself as something of an oddball: ‘I’m a little bit of an exhibitionist.
Of her fascination with visual arts and design, she says, ‘I love pretending what a lifestyle is. I’m very interested in beauty, I’m writing a book about beauty at the moment.’ Life becomes easier as she gets older. ‘Nobody was hiring me to play the romantic lead in a romantic comedy. That was a once-in-a-lifetime situation.’ In her latest film, her sense of comic timing is as acute as ever. ‘I made a movie [The Godfather: Part II] with Robert De Niro about 20 years before and I just remember being terrified of him, I was so in awe of him.
'I had a massive crush on him and I thought, “Oh God, maybe he’ll ask me out.” You know, he didn’t even look at me, I was not his type.
She is wearing a camel-coloured jacket and trousers from Céline (‘On sale,’ she points out). The jacket is cinched in with a broad black belt and underneath is a white turtleneck with sleeves that loop over her thumbs. Zero,’ meaning she would never have made it without him.
She is wearing black heels and black-and-white spotted socks that match her alternate black-on-white and white-on-black spotted nails. As a girl growing up in California, the daughter of Jack Hall, a real-estate broker, and his wife, Dorothy, an amateur photographer, Keaton had idolised Allen for years before moving to New York to study acting at the Neighborhood Playhouse and to moonlight at nightclubs with a singing act.