Angelina Jolie has one of the most famous faces in the world -- and it's all natural, she insists.
"I haven't had anything done and I don't think I will," Jolie, 35, says in a new interview with British paper The Daily Mail. "But if it makes somebody happy then that's up to them. I'm not in somebody else's skin to know what makes them feel better about themselves. But I don't plan to do it myself."
In the extensive interview, the actress opens up about life with Brad Pitt and their six kids -- who've helped her "enjoy" her high-flying career. "I enjoy the work more now because I enjoy life more," she says. "When you have children the whole world shifts for you. You have these little people that make you laugh and remind you every day of what is important, and you get to be their parent and that's the most important thing you'll ever be. Everything else comes from that."
The Jolie-Pitts had a blast shooting The Tourist in Venice last spring. "My whole family came, so we had this beautiful home looking out at the Grand Canal," she said. "The kids got very familiar with it and they often did their homework in boats, to break up the day."
Date nights away from the kids, Jolie added, are crucial: "You also have to stay focused on each other so that you stay strong. And you staying strong as a couple keeps the kids in an even better place."
The city of canals made for some watery date nights, she admitted. "One night Brad and I went out to dinner and I wanted to get dressed up and wear my heels. By the time we'd finished dinner we had to borrow welly boots because the water had risen so high that you couldn't walk down the street," she explained. "But that's the magic of Venice."
The Oscar-winning star also had fun bonding with her costar Johnny Depp and his family during the shoot. "We got together as families," she told the Daily Mail. "Brad, Vanessa and all the kids; that was lovely. Just family stuff."
What kind of lessons are she and Pitt teaching Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Vivienne and Knox? "Hopefully I'm giving my children the sense that they are deeply loved and deeply safe," Jolie mused. "At the same time we are hopefully encouraging their individuality as they get to know who they are, and not getting in the way of that. That's why they are six very strong individuals."
Once again, she shoots down concern over daughter Shiloh's tomboy look. "I don't think it's for the world to interpret anything," Jolie says of her 4-year-old. "She likes to dress like a boy and wants her hair cut like a boy and she wanted to be called 'John' for a while...she wants to be like her brothers. It's who she is. It's been a surprise to us and it's really interesting, but she's so much more than that –- she's funny and sweet and pretty. But she does love a tie."