Rachel Weisz looks nowhere near her 42 years as she greets fans in New York

We'll have what she's having! Youthful Rachel Weisz looks years younger as she greets fans in New York

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09:25 GMT, 15 March 2012

She was recently embroiled in an air-brushing scandal for anti-aging cream, but Oscar winning actress, Rachel Weisz, looks like she has no need for either.

Rachel looked nowhere close to her 42 years as she arrived in New York City tonight.

With minimal make-up and her hair worn lose, she glowed as she greeted her fans.

Natural beauty: Rachel Weisz looks nowhere near her 43 years

Natural beauty: Rachel Weisz looks nowhere near her 43 years

Even her frumpy grey cardigan, could not deflect from her beauty.

The mother of one posed for cameras
outside the Comedy Central studios where she was scheduled to appear on
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

In the past she has said, 'Botox should be banned for actors, as steroids are
for sportsmen. Acting is all about expression; why would you want to iron
out a frown’

But she has admitted: 'I think there are two aspects to ageing: there’s the physical
side and what’s happening inside. [The latter] gets much better for me; I
feel a lot happier, more confident now.

'But am I enjoying physically ageing I don’t know anyone who would actually
enjoy that. People say lines are a map of a person’s experiences. I can’t
see the upside of it.

'I’m not thinking of having a face lift yet – ask me again in a decade.’

Blushing bride: Rachel has kept her relationship with new husband James Bond actor Daniel Craig very private

Blushing bride: Rachel has kept her relationship with new husband James Bond actor Daniel Craig very private

Underdressed: Although she was wearing a rather dull ensemble of black jeans and a grey cardigan, Weisz still looked fabulous

Underdressed: Although she was wearing a rather dull ensemble of black jeans and a grey cardigan, Weisz still looked fabulous

Underdressed: Although she was wearing a rather dull ensemble of black jeans and a grey cardigan, Weisz still looked fabulous

The Constant Gardener star, who married fellow actor Daniel Craig in a secret New York ceremony last year, was previously engaged to Black Swan director Darren Aronovsky, who she had been in a relationship with for nine years.

Weisz and Craig have worked hard to keep their
relationship out of the limelight since meeting on the set of the movie
The Dream House, in which they play husband and wife.

Amazingly,
despite being friends for several years, they were first linked in
November of 2010, though at the time strenuously denied they were
together.

She told the Telegraph last year: 'I’m a newlywed, I’m still a blushing bride and it’s really private.'

New Yorker: Born in Britain, Weisz recently became an American citizen

New Yorker: Born in Britain, Weisz recently became an American citizen

Promotional tour: Weisz can next be seen in the film The Deep Blue Sea

Promotional tour: Weisz can next be seen in the film The Deep Blue Sea

Weisz is currently promoting her new film The Deep Blue Sea which sees her playing an adulterer.

Based
on the play by Terence Rattigan, Weisz plays Hester, the wife of a
British Judge who is caught in a self-destructive love affair with
Freddie, a Royal Air Force pilot in The Deep Blue Sea.

In the trailer Rachel is seen stripping off her co-star Tom Hiddleston in a series of passionate scenes.

Daniel Craig will next appear on the
big screen in the new James Bond film Skyfall later this year and The
Deep Blue Sea opens select theatres on March 23.