Little bitty bags are completely impractical - I like big slouchy bags because they have to be comfortable for my lovely wee Chihuahua Tequila, who comes everywhere with me. I'm devoted to him, now my kids have long since flown the nest.— Britt Ekland
The most genuine Britt Ekland quotes to get the best of your day
I would make a poor vegetarian because I adore meat.
I'm very organised these days, and I keep my life in my handbag, like most women.
I am planning my one woman show. It will be a showcase of my life. It starts at the beginning and ends where I am today. It will have every single inch of my life - as much as you can get into an hour. I will be touring everywhere.
Think of your pension and start saving.
Like my father, I have been a spendthrift, and I regret that.
I say I don't sleep with married men, but what I mean is that I don't sleep with happily married men.
I would teach U.K. parents how to stop their children throwing litter. London is a beautiful city but its streets are disgusting.
There are so many young women who throw their talent away.
I don't sleep with happily married men.
I have always worked and I would say I'm generous with money - if somebody needed anything I would always give it to them.
This is the moment behind which I could forget every other moment that has passed.
I tried the Atkins diet in the Seventies when pregnant with my son, as I didn't want to pile on the pounds. Now, so long as I'm healthy, I don't care what my scales say.
I love luxury, I love the high life, and I have to foot the bills - I have received practically nothing from my marriages and relationships.
I used to smoke cigarettes, ten a day, but gave up when I was 28.
Now my vice is several cups of coffee a day, which isn't great if you're prone to weak bones as I am, as caffeine can leach calcium.
Fame overcomes everything.
I'm not scared of snakes, spiders or heights.
I have three children; as a mum, you can't be afraid of things like that.
I'm a light sleeper, but so long as I'm wearing earplugs, I sleep well.
George Hamilton is one of the funniest men I have ever known.
I'm a very physical person. I like to run and I like to work out.
My father had his own business, a clothing store, which he inherited from his father. He travelled abroad frequently and was quite extravagant, so we had skiing holidays and summer holidays on the beach.
The idea of doing theatre always terrified me because I get terrible stage fright. In the early 1970s I was offered a panto but the thought of going on stage was just too mortifying.
I know a lot of people didn't expect our relationship to last - but we've just celebrated our two months' anniversary.
As for the stage fright, it never goes away.
When I'm waiting in the wings to go on, it's agony every single time but I stay focused and I know that once I'm on stage it'll be fine; I'll be in my happy little bubble.
Back then I was called Dumbo because of my ears.
I was called Fatty, too. It was hurtful so I became like the class clown. I became the one who was kicked around.