In a statement, Jane Fonda, 85, acknowledges she is “ready” to die.

A well-known staple for a very long time has been Jane Fonda. At 85, it’s safe to argue that she is nearing the end of her career, even if she keeps working.

The actress recently opened up about her feelings on death, stating she is “not scared,” despite the fact that her advanced age and frequent health scares have worried some of her fans.

Fonda intends to use her remaining time on Earth to highlight the significance of celebrities utilizing their voices to advocate for vital causes. Fonda has spent almost her whole life in the spotlight.

The Grace and Frankie actress claimed in a recent interview that although she is “not afraid of death,” she will pass away “sooner rather than later.”

In September of last year, Fonda revealed that she had been given a non-Hodgkin lymphoma diagnosis. She made it clear to Entertainment Tonight that she wouldn’t be sticking around for very long.

She said, “You better realize how much time is behind you rather than in front of you when you get to be my age.” That makes perfect sense.

Fonda revealed her cancer diagnosis and that she will be undergoing chemotherapy.

She wrote on Instagram at the time, “So, my dear friends, I have something personal I want to share.” “Chemotherapy has started after my non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma diagnosis.”

“This cancer is incredibly curable.” I count myself very fortunate because just 80% of people survive.

“Having health insurance and having access to the best doctors and treatments is another blessing.” It hurts to admit that I am lucky in this. It is intolerable that far too many people in America do not have access to the excellent healthcare I do. Nearly every family in the country has experienced cancer at some point.

She declared, “I’m ready,” to ET! “I’ve led an amazing life.

“I know it will happen sooner rather than later, not that I want to go.”

Thankfully, Fonda handled her abuse with grace. The actress wrote on her website in December, “Last week, my oncologist told me that my cancer is in remission and I can stop chemo.” “I feel extremely fortunate and blessed.”

The 85-year-old may be fortunate, but she has said she doesn’t dread dying.

The Academy Award winner says she is “not afraid of dying” and sees dying as an adventure.

“I feel like I still have a lot of work to do, so I don’t want to go,” Fonda said to Chris Wallace on Who’s Talking.

“Having a lot of regrets near the end of my life and not having enough time to address them is what truly terrifies me.”

Although Fonda “wishes” she could have been a different “kind of mother” to her children when they were younger, she acknowledged that she had “very few regrets.”

She continued, “I just didn’t know how to do it. I have great, great children who are talented and smart.”

I shall be the one to lament the passing of the legendary Jane Fonda.

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