Find the best quotes by Lillie Langtry.
Will I return to England? I don’t know. I’ll think it over.
The sentimentalist ages far more quickly than the person who loves his work and enjoys new challenges.
Said I was beautiful, did he? He’s being paid for treatment, not flattery.
My husband is a general’s chauffeur somewhere in France.
I’ve put in as many as 40 weeks a year on stage. It is lonely and restricted, as all artistic life must necessarily be.
I was beautiful. Now, because I am old, I take no shame in so saying.
I’m not afraid. I never liked long last acts.
I shall fulfill my contract, no more nor less.
I know I am at the end. I shall never get better, dear.
I must hurry back to my house and my flowers in Monaco.
I have known great things and wonderful persons, and I have known homage.
I felt weary of the responsibility of owning houses and was glad enough to pass mine on to others.
I found my interest lapse in both acting and racing.
I have always been willing to take the blame for the things I have done.
I am a grandmother now, and that means age is creeping on, creeping on.
After being so bad I could hear the angels singing.
It was so kind of you to mention that I don’t wear stays. What’s the point? If you squeeze it in at one point, it…
Why in the world would anyone want to photograph an old woman like me?
Feed the dogs. I hate to hear them barking like that.
They saw me, those reckless seekers of beauty, and in a night I was famous.
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