Penelope Cruz wants to `slap` women who worry about ageing

London: Hollywood actress Penelope Cruz has said she feels like slapping women who in their early 30s worry about getting wrinkles.

The 37-year-old actress said she can`t wait to have wrinkles because she believes they tell a person`s life story, and can`t stand women who complain about getting old, reported Star magazine.

"When I hear a woman who is in her early 30s is worrying about growing old, I just want to slap her. When I`m 80, I want to look in the mirror and see an 80-year-old woman. My grandmother had so many wrinkles and every wrinkle told a story.”

"I want to experience every year of my life for what it is. It doesn`t mean I am against somebody who does a little retouch or [has] plastic surgery. I don`t judge people who do it. I just don`t like how women complain about growing old," the actress said.

Family is important to Penelope who is current starring in `Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides` with Johnny Depp and she revealed she turned to her younger sister Monica for help when her baby bump got in the way of shooting stunts.

"My sister is actually a very good sword fighter because she had done this before in a film and she was very gracious to help me out with the sword fighting scenes in London when I became rounder," the actress added.